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.
Spending quality time with dads in celebration of Father’s Day can be most fitting when watching movies that particularly touch on father-child relationships.
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.
Choosing fun or heartwarming musicals for a Mother’s Day movie marathon or for a movie night to cap off a pleasing family day can make the occasion even more vibrant, touching, and memorable.
When it comes to career and parenting, this is worth reading, whether you are young or not so young.
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.
Some people tend to say, the best kind of work you can get is working with your passion and not treating your work as a job. Motherhood, a very fulfilling and miraculous experience one can have, is not a job and a mother doesn’t get paid for it in any of the world’s currency.
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.
The film follows the tale of star-crossed lovers and their families’ reignited conflict after the discovery of oil.
Based on the novel of the same title by Hawaiian author Kaui Hart Hemmings, this 2011 film explores the ups and downs in the lives of an American family.