With Jason home for the summer I am bringing him on to help me cover events – last week he covered the advance screening of Finding Dory, and this week he attended an advance media screening of The BFG. I’m not sure if he’s ever read the book, I forgot to ask, but it’s highly likely since many English classes have it on their reading lists. Enjoy this spoiler free The BFG movie review.
This week my family was invited to an advance screening of Finding Dory. I brought along Emily, Jason and his friend. We saw Finding Dory in 3D and it was magical. During the previews we were treated to a new Disney short called Piper, which was absolutely adorable, so make sure to be in your seats early for the movie. Enjoy this spoiler free Finding Dory movie review.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored collaboration with Element Associates on behalf of the High Strung movie. All opinions are my own.
Dance – there are so many forms of it, from ballet competitive, children as young as three years old begin taking classes with professional instructions to learn the techniques of their preferred style of dance. My nephew started dancing at a very young age, and began entering competitions with his dance partner at a young age.
Zootopia opened today in theaters everywhere! I was fortunate enough to see it earlier this week and wanted to share with you my thoughts in this Zootopia movie review. Let me start by saying this movie is great for the entire family, and has even received a Rotten Tomatoes score of 100% – Certified FRESH! Need more? Read on and be sure to check out the learn to draw videos so you can draw your own Judy Hopps and Flash.
There are no spoilers in this Kung Fu Panda 3 movie review, so read on without worry. If you are looking for a family friendly movie to see this weekend you are in luck! On Friday, January 29th Kung Fu Panda 3 releases in theaters nationwide in 3D. A movie made for all ages, especially the older ones who refuse to grow up, Po and the Furious Five are back to protect the Valley of Peace.