Wonder Park Movie, Teaches Children to Deal With Their Feelings
Kids deal with tougher emotions than we would like to admit. Decisions that we as parents make and even life situations that we can’t change such as illness or even death are hard on their little minds. They often like to suppress their feelings, get angry, and even try (without realizing it) to change, in their heads, the way things really are. The movie, Wonder Park, depicts, in a childlike way, the response a child can have to life’s difficult times. In the end, it shows how we can use the negative in our life for the better if we just take the time to realize when we may need to change the way we are thinking. It also shows how our anger and resentment during a negative situation can destroy others.
Foster Care Movie, Instant Family
I had heard great things about the movie, “Instant Family”. Many people know our story and after seeing it in theaters, told us we needed to be sure to watch it. Sometimes, you see movies that are very specific to a topic such as a war movie or even a romance movie and you KNOW that it is so far from what would really happen. The producers of Instant Family hit the nail on the head!
Does your child have a love for animals and movies? Do you want your child to love America and have respect for the military? If so, SGT. Stubby: An American Hero will be a great movie pick to add as a gift under the tree this Christmas. It is a great movie for the entire family to enjoy together.
Sherlock Gnomes Hits Shelves on June 5, 2018
If you love the classic stories of Romeo and Juliet and Sherlock Homes, you and your children will love this hilarious and heartfelt adventure of Gnomeo and Juliet in Sherlock Gnomes! Sherlock Gnomes will hit the shelves and be available on Amazon beginning June 12th. Can’t wait for June 12th, get it on digital now! You can also pre-order the DVD and Blu-Ray Combo pack now HERE!
Happy 40th Anniversary to the Movie, Grease
Written by Jess
June 16, 2018, marks the 40th anniversary of what I consider to be one of the greatest musicals on film. Let me see those raised hands for any of you readers who happen to have a movie that you could watch repeatedly and not tire of it. My hand is lifted high, and that film is Grease.