This is the conclusion of the Harry Potter series. It's long and meandering - not for everyone and definitely not for younger kids.
Casper's Scare School is funny, entertaining and even has morals and values taught in each episode. Recommended watch.
This is a good movie to watch. The whole family will enjoy it although it's nothing like the original French fairy tale.
This is without a doubt one of the most incomprehensible children’s movies I’ve seen in a while. There are hardly any redeeming factors in this film, bar Elle Fanning’s performance.
This DVD is great for preschoolers. It's about stars, asteroids and planets and teaches them things like helping each other and focusing on what they want to achieve. In addition, it also teaches kids about numbers, shapes and colours.
Thor isn’t as good as The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man or even Captain America, but it just about delivers all the necessary ingredients to whet your appetite for The Avengers, which premieres this year.
Child star Mia Sara shines. But the plot leaves much to be desired. The story of a single dad's struggles is trivialised and simplified.
A precursor to the much anticipated The Avengers movie, Captain America: The First Avenger is better than expected. Good viewing for the whole family.
This stop-motion animation is about Shaun, a sheep in the farmer's flock, who often gets into all sorts of adventures with his friends.
Martian Child is about the relationship between a difficult adopted child and an unprepared parent. Watchable but not great.