Parents of children with autism will nod, smile, laugh, shed a tear – and gain great insight and encouragement – from a new short doco film called DAD.
Diverse people gathering together around a common goal: it’s a sure-fire theme for a heartwarming film – and Instant Family is no exception.
Families will love Mary Poppins Returns and how, unlike some modern kid’s flicks, it isn’t pushing a political agenda or trying to feed social commentary.
BumbleBee possesses a goofiness that makes the characters embarrassingly relatable, and perfect for young viewers to admire.
Opening with the narrator telling us to abandon the stories we’ve heard before, this is a Robin Hood for a new generation.
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms is a great Christmas movie for the older kids and a must see for those who love ballet, science and invention.
What makes the movie First Man unique to other space-related blockbusters, is its focus on the emotional side of Neil’s experience.
The House with a Clock in its Walls is an enchanting tale of how a little weird can do a lot of good.