movie review

Parents of children with autism will nod, smile, laugh, shed a tear – and gain great insight and encouragement – from a new short doco film called DAD.

Diverse people gathering together around a common goal: it’s a sure-fire theme for a heartwarming film – and Instant Family is no exception.

Families will love Mary Poppins Returns and how, unlike some modern kid’s flicks, it isn’t pushing a political agenda or trying to feed social commentary.

BumbleBee possesses a goofiness that makes the characters embarrassingly relatable, and perfect for young viewers to admire.

Opening with the narrator telling us to abandon the stories we’ve heard before, this is a Robin Hood for a new generation.

When a movie can delve into your emotions and pull out a heart-wrenching sob, you know the writers, producers, cast and crew have done their job well.

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms is a great Christmas movie for the older kids and a must see for those who love ballet, science and invention.

What makes the movie First Man unique to other space-related blockbusters, is its focus on the emotional side of Neil’s experience.

What should be an upbeat nostalgic throwback, is overrun by bleak sentiments about adulthood and work that take away from an otherwise decent message.

The House with a Clock in its Walls is an enchanting tale of how a little weird can do a lot of good.


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