Children’s Books That Tickle The Review Broads’ Fancy

Blue and Red Make Purple a musical journey with Jennifer Gasoi I love music and I generally buy children’s books for my nieces and nephews that have CDs that go along with the story and illustrations.  Blue and Red Make Purple is a wonderfully colorful picture book (illustrated by Steve Adams with charming illustrations) that […]

Upcoming Netflix Shows To Get Excited About (And Those You May Have Missed)

  Unless you have been living with your head firmly beneath the ground, it has been nigh on impossible to ignore the sheer quantity of original content that Netflix has been producing these past few years. And with absolutely no sign of slowing down, the streaming giant seems to be still picking up steam. If […]

The Legacy of James Bond

  Few characters ever manage to bridge the gap between the generations quite as successfully as James Bond. The MI6 spy who first made an appearance in 1953, when writer Ian Fleming decided to delve deep into the fictional secrets of the criminal underworld and the defenders who stand against it, is now a multimillion […]

High Strung the Movie

RUBY ADAMS is a dancer from the Midwest on scholarship, living her first day in New York City. JOHNNIE BLACKWELL is a British musician, playing for money in the subway tunnels. Ruby’s world is classical and disciplined; Johnnie’s is improvisational and street smart. When a hip-hop battle gone wrong throws these two artists together, they […]

Sneak peek: Finding Dory

Children and adults alike remember Dory, Nemo and Marlin, and we’ve been waiting for their return for WAY too long. Luckily, Disney•Pixar’s “Finding Dory” reunites everyone’s favorite forgetful blue tang, Dory, with her friends on a search for answers about her past. What can she remember? Who are her parents? Where did she learn to speak Whale? […]

Unmissable films from recent years

As the festive season is now well and truly upon us, it can offer the perfect opportunity to kick back and relax with a good film. With our busy working and social lives it can often be hard to keep up with all of the great releases on offer, so here’s a look back over […]

First look: Trailer for The Little Prince

Le Petite Prince was the first book most of us learned to read in French and it became a classic in both that and the English version. As an adult I remember it fondly, so I’m excited to see the film that’s about to come out next year. Here is a FIRST LOOK at the […]

The Review Broads Sings Along with Laurie Berkner

Laurie Berkner’s Favorite Classic Kids Songs Laurie Berkner was the first artist ever to appear in music videos on Nick, Jr. and in nearly all the episodes of the channels’ Jack’s Big Music Show.  She is beloved by many as one of the best and brightest (including her band of course) artists in children’s music […]

Music review: The Nutcracker Maestro classics

THE NUTCRACKER Maestro Classics CD/MP3 Stories in Music My first trip to The Nutcracker was as a child.  And I have been enchanted ever since.  The holidays are not the holidays without Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece either on stage or playing in a room. I started ballet when I was five years old and when I came […]

The Influence of Bollywood Culture Abroad

Bollywood, just like Hollywood, has had a considerable level of influence abroad due to its unique cultural appeal. Ranging from dance moves to the style of the clothing and even the cinematography, Bollywood has actually influenced both Hollywood and American society in a way that is both subtle and yet incredibly obvious if you know […]

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