'Brave' is a DVD that mothers and daughters must watch together. Its message is an empowering one for little girls.
Toast is based on the memoirs of British celebrity chef, food writer and TV host Nigel Slater and recounts his early years growing up in middle class England in the 1960s.
While the movie doesn't do the book justice and only skims the surface of what's in the book, it does present the topic in a watchable and totally palatable manner which even those without kids can watch and appreciate.
This story of three gray whales trapped under the Arctic ice will appeal to the whole family for different reasons.
This DVD was an unexpected pleasure to watch. From the cover you know it's going to be great family viewing, but what was unexpected was young actress Bailee Madison's range of emotions when acting.
A Better Life will surely leave an indelible mark on you long after watching the film.
This is a delightful DVD for preschoolers and even primary-aged children. If your children are fans of Peter Rabbit, all the more will they enjoy this DVD.
'Somebody’s Hero' is a relatively low budget, well-paced film with decent direction and decent acting that’s a throwback to those good old afternoon movies that usually had a positive message.
This stop-motion animation movie is a great watch for the whole family. It has a great plot, wonderful animation and funny characters. You and your kids will enjoy it.
While the special effects in the movie are consistently great and it is a big summer blockbuster type of movie after all, The Avengers also has the other elements that make it a memorable blockbuster – good character development, humour and wit.