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Boyhood is hailed as a revolutionary point in filmmaking. It is a unique idea, shooting one movie over 12 yrs, but there’s a problem; Boyhood is terrible.
The Penguins of Madagascar are back with a hilarious romp around the world as secret agents. The clever madcap humor of the tv show continues in this farcical comedy.
Hot for wish lists in 2014 will be these Hot Wheels RC cars. DadCAMP reviews the Hot Wheels R/C High Jump and Drift Racer with his two sons.
Big Hero 6 is a bona fide super hero comic book movie flipped on its head and turned into a Disney film. Here’s our review of Big Hero 6.
The Book of Life is not your typical Halloween movie. it explains the beautiful story behind Dia de los Muertos with bright animation. For the first time ever, I enjoyed a “kids movie” more than the boys did. What a wonderful film.
Here’s 3 easy ways to teach kids how to tie laces. At least that’s what the video says, our boys are going back-to-school with velcro shoes from GEOX.
Is Guardians of the Galaxy for kids? Well that depends how old your kids are. It’s not appropriate for four year olds, I can tell you that much.
The latest commercial from Cheerios is the most perfect celebration of Fatherhood ever. They nail #howtodad with a genius of understanding the modern man.
Planes: Fire and Rescue is another easy to digest film for kids that will end up as a long pain for parents. Should you see it or skip it? Depends.
The Muppets Most Wanted is out and while parents will get a lot of the jokes, the plot soars above kids’ heads. That’s okay, because they’ll laugh. But should you see it or skip it?
My latest 2014 Entertainment Book has arrived and its filled with coupons for things to do with kids in Calgary. Here are some of the ones I’ve already teared out and am planning to do with the boys.
You know you should see The LEGO Movie. If you’ve got kids, you need to see it. It’s great, because it will make you think twice about everything LEGO.
Toon Hero is an animated iPad app from SO SO Happy and Trigger Happy. It takes their lovable characters and gives kids a spin at animation.
A day out at the movies would feel much better if it wasn’t so often disappointing. At more than $70 for a family of 4 to take in a flick, it had better be good. Unfortunately, the Nut Job falls flat.
The Young Scientists subscription box arrived under our tree at Christmas. This week we learned how to build a weather station.
The latest door has been opened in our 2013 Star Wars Lego Advent Calendar and it is ..