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"Wreck-It Ralph," the exhaustingly dazzling new Walt Disney Animation Studios feature, qualifies as the most manic baby sitter in town, clever and detailed in its kaleidoscopic depiction of the private lives, seething resentments and yearning dreams of...
Wait a sec. How did the Kevin James mixed martial arts movie end up a more convincing portrait of the plight of the American public school teacher than "Won't Back Down," a film that's actually about that subject? "Here Comes the Boom" begins not well,...
Paramount Pictures does not lie: The chipper, no-warts-and-all tour chronicle "Katy Perry: Part of Me" is indeed the 3-D movie music event of the summer. The only one, I believe. Unless Christopher Nolan's"The Dark Knight Rises" turns out to be in 3-D,...
Why are the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" movies so much less fun, and funny, than the best of the books created by Jeff Kinney? On the page, Kinney's illustrations, those stick-figure humiliations and angsty margin doodles allegedly drawn by the exasperated...
As someone who does not have kids, I can attest to the fact that parents of small children love being told what they are doing wrong by the childless. Whenever I offer advice, parents smile so broadly! And listen so closely! Occasionally, blinded by...
Parents stunned by the recent shootings at a Colorado movie theater are no doubt newly determined to protect their children from escalating media violence. But experts warn that the challenges are increasingly formidable. "As parents we have less and...
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Lehigh Valley ParentingKids love coming to the free weekly children’s series at SteelStacks in Bethlehem that has featured everything from nationally known kids’ bands to popular movies. Now they can join a new Peas & Qs Club that will entitle them to all types of...
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg recently lamented the dearth of holiday-themed movies headed to your multiplex this year. But in foisting "Rise of the Guardians" upon unsuspecting audiences for the holidays, it's clear he just wanted to take...
now playing "Argo" (R). In 1979, after Iranian revolutionaries storm the U.S. embassy in Tehran, a CIA "exfiltration" specialist concocts a risky plan to free six Americans trapped. With Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston and Alan Arkin. TownMall Cinemas (1:00,...
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In their fourth movie adventure, the animated, prehistoric animal friends - again voiced by Ray Romano, John Leguizamo and Denis Leary - run into a whole series of complications, not the least being climate change that breaks their continent apart and...
Fox 5 San Diego staffI’m never thrilled when attending animated films. Often times they’re like Shrek or the last one I saw – Brave. Great graphics, great voices, weak story and ultimately a kids movie. Imagine my surprise when I brought my friends kids to...
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In a season full of psychological terrors, this episode used the ferocity of nature to induce fear into the show’s characters. The newly possessed Sister Mary Eunice foreshadowed what was to come. “There’s a storm coming Sister Jude&...
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