DVD review: ZARAFA

ZARAFA A wonderful film for both children and adults, the plot of the film has a grandfather telling his grandkids the story of Maki, a young boy who escapes from slave traders, befriends a giraffe (the title character), cross the desert, meet a pirate, and a few other things on a trip that takes him […]

On our radar: The Good Dinosaur

The Good Dinosaur “The Good Dinosaur” asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo (voice of Raymond Ochoa) makes an unlikely human friend. While […]

5 Ways That Movies Become Hits

When a movie is released, the studio usually has some sort of idea of how successful the movie will be. There has been marketing research done prior to the movie’s official release, and the film is usually played for test audiences to see what people think of the movie. Movie studios do their best to […]

Blu-ray review: Walt Disney Short Films Collection

Walt Disney Short Films Collection I love film in all shapes and sizes. Today I received the new Disney Short Films Collection. You do not know how psyched I am. The Disney shorts are half the reason that I go to the theatrical releases of the Disney films even the ones I’m not thrilled about. […]

New & noteworthy: Netflix in August

The summer may be coming to an end but NETFLIX is just ramping up with some GREAT new movies and television shows, just in time for some afternoon watching when the kiddos head back to school. So, toss a bag of popcorn in the microwave and grab the remote! Pick #1 Welcome to Me Indulge […]

What to watch on a rainy day

It’s hot outside, so hot that the crack of thunder is no surprise. The steamy heat and humidity is about to open up and in a couple of hours I’ll be able to take in one of my favorite smells…fresh rain mixed with newly cut grass. But for the moment, I’m stuck inside staring out […]

CD review: Merry Pranks of Master Till

CD Review: Merry Pranks of Master Till Maestro Classics Stories in Music CD for children, ages 7+ and their families Richard Strauss – Till Eulenspiegel London Philharmonic Orchestra Stephen Simon, Conductor Maestro Classics has done it again! Meet the quick-witted prankster, Till Eulenspiegel and learn about his antics by listening to Richard Strauss’ masterpiece as […]

CD review: Goo on my shoe

Goo on My Shoe: Here Comes Trouble Kelly Donohue and Jon Babu   I believe in music, especially for children!  I love singer/songwriter Kelly and husband Jon because they send joy out into the stratosphere and make listening to music an EVENT not only for children but for parents too!  Alligators and bogs, dinners with […]

Orange is the New Black – Season 3

The Review Broads are ambassadors for Netflix #Stream Team and receive product as a result. All opinions are strictly our own. No, it’s not just sex….it’s LOVE. It’s two people connecting…. …with four other people… …and an alien – Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren In just a little over a week, it’ll be BACK on Netflix. […]

Classic summer flicks

It seems like Spring has come and gone in a flash and (at least in Florida), summer has arrived. Unfortunately for those of us in tropical climates, that also means that it’s the rainy season, and finding something to do INDOORS, while we have those quick 2-3 hour rainfalls means curling up and watching a […]

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