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The Little Prince - Wonder and Awe

The Little Prince - Wonder and Awe

The new Netflix original animated movie, “The Little Prince” follows an unnamed Little Girl through a summer vacation that looks like an academic boot camp with her mother as the drill sergeant. In the midst of her gray, monochrome existence, she meets the Aviator, her eccentric next door neighbor who unlocks her imagination as he regales her with the story about a little prince who lives on asteroid B-612.
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The Secret Life of Pets - Overcoming Self

The Secret Life of Pets - Overcoming Self

Set in a Manhattan hi-rise, “The Secret Life of Pets,” exposes what our pets do when we walk out the door for work or school. Chubby kitty Chloe swats aside her food bowl in favor of what’s in the fridge. Buddy, a dachshund, turns on a mixer and uses it to massage his back. Cute terrier Max (Louis C.K.), on the other hand, waits eagerly by the door for his owner, Katie to come back. She throws him for a loop one fine day when she brings home a brother for Max in the form of Duke, a huge, hair...
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The BFG - An Unlikely Friendship

The BFG - An Unlikely Friendship

Frobscottle (noun): Giant Country’s green fizzy drink where the bubbles go down instead of up causing giggle-inducing whizzpoppers! In American English, Frobscottle is pop (or soda depending on where you’re from) which causes no-holds-barred flatulence as opposed to burps. Fans of Roald Dahl’s book can even make their own if you look up the recipe online; although I would suspect that non-movie Frobscottle’s bubbles would go up instead of down. Too bad.The BFG, the latest...
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Zootopia - Cute, but not innocent

Zootopia - Cute, but not innocent

Zootopia, the latest offering from Disney Animation Studios, splashes the screen with vivid color, lots of humor, and a great cast of characters, even if some of them are really scary and some of them are cute and fuzzy. Unfortunately, lurking beneath the surface are some messages that will have adults scratching their heads.Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) dreams that she can be a police officer but never before has a bunny made it through the academy. Determined as she is, she works hard and grad...
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The Jungle Book - We're Stronger Together

The Jungle Book - We're Stronger Together

Rudyard Kipling’s timeless story of the boy raised by wolves in the jungle returns to the big screen once again, courtesy of Disney Studios. If you remember the animated 1967 version, I just bet you’re humming the tune for “Bare Necessities” in your head right this minute. This live-action version of the story features only one live person, the man-cub Mowgli (Neel Sethi), although the digital wizardry performed by the filmmakers just might have us believing that the animals are real, too.
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Midnight Special - Seeking

Midnight Special - Seeking

"Midnight Special," the new film from "Mud" director, Jeff Nichols, follows Alton Meyer (Jaeden Lieberher) on his journey of discovering who he is and where he belongs. Sounds pretty normal, right? Not in Alton’s case. This 8-year-old boy has special powers of some kind. He can’t go out in daylight and this bright light shoots from his eyes whenever he removes the blue goggles he wears.
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"Miracles from Heaven" is the perfect film for Easter

Annabelle Beam, “Anna” (Kylie Rogers) is a ten year-old girl who lives with her two sisters and parents, Christy (Jennifer Garner) and Kevin (Martin Henderson) in Burleson TX. Anna suffers from “pseudo-obstruction motility disorder” meaning that her intestines are not able to function. As her condition worsens with increasing pain, Christy desperately tries to find a doctor that can help Anna but is frustrated at every turn.Christy finally finds Dr. Nurko (Eugenio Derbez)...
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