Ratchet and Clank have moved from the gamers screen, to the silver screen. Ratchet and Clank rock the silver screen. It's not just for gamers, friends!
Disney Pixar's The Good Dinosaur is a sweet story, but it's really in need of a quicker pace. It falls flat in many areas, even thought it's visually stunning.
I was a little worried about Disney Pixar's Inside Out. After hearing from the producer, Jonas Rivera down at Disney Social Media Moms Celebration in May, I so wanted to fall in love with the movie. While down there, part of the experience included seeing 2/3's of the movie. After seeing it, the worry set in. I [...]
Disney adapted the children's book Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day into a movie. It's the perfect family movie to see.
Chris Pratt dancing to 80 music.... that. is. all. #guardiansofthegalaxy
It's not a must see in my book, but Disney Planes Fire & Rescue is a cute one for the kids.
Disclosure: Disney was nice enough to send me, the kids, and Mr. November Sunflower to see the movie at a local theatre on Long Island. No monetary compensation was offered, just a chance to view the movie so I could give my honest opinion about #Maleficent. Honest to goodness truth? I'm not a fan of [...]
As always, I'm so thankful to Disney for sending me to see Million Dollar Arm with my family. It's always nice to attend without having to pay, however, as always, I'm going to give my opinions - the good, and the bad. Everything here is 100 percent my own! Let's dig in, shall we? What's [...]
Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul stars in Need for Speed - The Movie. It's got a few slow spots, but all-in-all, I was pleasantly surprised.
Disney Frozen is a must see, and honestly, spend the extra couple of bucks to see it in 3D. It'll make a difference, a very big difference.
It's all kinds of interactive fun with #thelittlemermaid for the #secondscreenlive theatrics.
Disney's Planes - a total win for kids! Plus, the adults will have a great time, too.
We're Disney movie lovers, and Monsters University didn't let us down. The Boy had to stand up, out of his seat, so he could dig deep into his belly to get that laughs out LOUD AND PROUD. He even said dialogue along with the movie since he'd seen the previews on TV so often!
The monkey was cute, Franco had some funny moments, Michelle Williams was her usual self......nothing spectacular. Wait to see it on TV!
Hurricane sandy has done damage here on Long Island, but I had to get something up to show the love for Wreck-it Ralph.