Making a family road trip fun doesn’t have to start by the time people arrive in their intended destination. The long drive should be a fun time on its own.
On Mother’s Day 2019, I read an LA Times article shared via social media and it sums up the struggle of women, whether with our without children, have to contend with as members of the filmmaking workforce.
A number of news reports and social media posts about the “Momo Challenge” created mass hysteria on the third week of February 2019. While this challenge has been circulating around various online platforms for quite some time, the recent influx of legitimate reports and posts about it poses more risk even after it was debunked as a viral hoax. At this point, the issue is beyond the phenomenon itself. The responsibility of both media outlets and netizens to check the validity of such viral content is put on the spotlight.
When it comes to career and parenting, this is worth reading, whether you are young or not so young.
At this time and age, I think it is inevitable that children would get a hold of mobile devices and get screen time more than the mere TV of their parents’ generation. What to do?
In many things in this world, we believe having a strong foundation is crucial. So the ever-challenging role of parenting should not ignore the importance of being there, especially in the first few years of a child’s life.
This follow-up feature directed by Carlos Saldanha has that same mix of colorfully frantic action and sight gags as its predecessor. Predictable as it is, it remains sporadically funny.
This package brings together some of the world’s most famous childhood heroes and mythical creatures in an inventive story about the power of belief, faith, and the values of the universe.
This screen adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ tells the story of an underprivileged boy who finds one of the five golden tickets to visit Willy Wonka’s famed chocolate factory.
“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” comes out on a single-disc Blu-ray package featuring Tim Burton’s rendition of the Roald Dahl novel about the eccentric chocolatier Willy Wonka and the children visiting his renowned chocolate factory.