From Marvel to Disney and The Hunger Games, the best of 2013... for kids!
Meet the first woman to direct a Disney animated feature film, how she felt about getting the directing gig and how she went about developing the characters.
You voted and we have your top three most anticipated fall family movies! Do you agree with the results?
Should a strip-club scene ever be in a PG-13 movie? You tell us.
I'm trying to find a movie that shows a 6th grader how tough living on your own really is - and perhaps, that way, she could learn a little appreciation and responsibility. Luckily After Earth and The Kings of Summer arrive in theaters this weekend.
Why is Hollywood giving so many roles to musicians? Oh, there are reasons. Good ones. Find out what they are.
How can a franchise that was associated with the nerdiest of nerds, the dorkiest of dorks, the geekiest of geeks, become one of the coolest franchises after just one reboot?
Technology and social networking are changing the courtship process. How would past love stories onscreen fared if set today?
As the Fandango Film Mom, I should be aware of the amount of violence, death and body counts – which, as Pepper points out, is considerably higher in Iron Man 3 than Tony Stark's previous outings. What exactly determines too much violence for the developing minds of young viewers?
This Wednesday Cinemark Theaters will show a PG classic: The Graduate. Yep, the "Mrs. Robinson, are you trying to seduce me?" flick received the rating that parents today read as "okay for 8-year-olds." They sure don't make PG-rated movies like they used to.
Find out what the most anticipated kid and teen movies of summer 2013 are and tell us which ones you're planning to see!
Still debating as to whether or not you should take your kids to see Jurassic Park 3D? Our Film Mom offers up nine reasons why you should and one reason you shouldn't.
This weekend, The Host not only entertains, but also fits right in with the spirit of Easter Sunday. What's the connection? Our Film Mom explains.
Our Film Mom challenges parents to watch Admission and not see a little bit of themselves in Tina Fey's character.
Kids love magic so don’t be surprised if this year’s run of magic movies leads to your young one asking for their own magic kit. Here are just a few magicial films coming to theaters.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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