Posts Tagged ‘PG’

“STARDOG and TURBOCAT” A fun Animated Movie

June 17th, 2020 No comments




Review by John Delia

Something for the youngsters over 4, Stardog and Turbocat, an animated film that deals with animal kindness to animals, is now available on VOD and Digital platforms. The story may be an old one, but this approach on delivering the message makes it an adventure that young people can understand. Moms and Dads should watch the film along with the very young so they can explain the significance, but all the adventure should be easily recognizable. Read more…

“ONWARD” A Mom’s Opinion

March 5th, 2020 No comments



Review by Susan Phillips

Before modern day in the land of mermaids, unicorns, fairies and centaurs, wizards used magic to help them in their day-to-day life. But learning magic was difficult, and as time flew by with the invention of more modern luxuries, the ways of the wizard slowly disappeared. Instead of using a spell to add light to a room it was now easier to flip a switch and have a light bulb turn on. Now in current times however, the brothers Ian and Barley Lightfoot discover that magic still exists and they can use it to make a dream come true in Onward. Read more…

“FROZEN II” Exciting on Home Video

February 24th, 2020 No comments




Review By John Delia

One of the best animated features for 2019, the movie Frozen II has come home on video in all formats. A fun family film, part two has all the adventure of the first one and more. The amazing graphics make everything look exciting and real as the two sisters are on a quest for a chance to correct the past and save the future of Arendelle. The film attracted audiences worldwide making it the number one all time animated feature. The DVD/Blu-ray combo has over an hour of bonus features plus you can experience the movie with a Sing-Along. Read more…


February 21st, 2020 No comments





Exciting, adventurous, heartwarming, compelling and most of all finding dad in all of us, Disney/PIXAR crushes it again with Onward. It’s a tribute to fathers and brothers who have to take the role of the matriarch in the household everywhere. Growing up is hard enough, but with the absence of a father figure it makes it even more difficult. The story here shows how one fatherless family finds a way to bring hope, faith and trust in oneself even during the darkest times. Read more…


February 2nd, 2020 No comments



Review by John Delia

The movie High Strung Free Dance is jam packed with music, dance and song from show to club to street with a story thread that may feel familiar, but who cares. I love how the film comes together, and each of the characters are heartwarming with roles that are genuine. From high energy to sublime and hip hop to free style the dancers are brilliant, stunning, fluid and magnificent. Whether you are a lover of the dance, a fan of romance or just want to unwind and imagine for few hours, this film is like medicine for the dreamer. It may be something for the ladies, but if you have a man around the house, watch out there’s some very nice eye candy as well. It’s stunning and passionate and now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Read more…

“DOLITTLE” Adventure for the Whole Family

January 17th, 2020 No comments





Review by John M. Delia, Jr.

A fun family film Dolittle comes to local theaters with an exciting adventure, characters and storyline. Nicely played by Robert Downey Jr. as Dr. Dolittle, direction by Oscar winner Stephen Graham and with some amazing CGI, it’s a winner. Even if you’re not a youngster the movie spreads that feel-good satisfaction to any age. Make sure you watch this one at a local theatre with their big screens so you get the complete effect and enjoyment. Read more…

“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” Now on 4K, Blu-ray, DVD

January 12th, 2020 No comments


Review by John Delia

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil brings a powerhouse of Disney magic that will astound and delight everyone even on their home screens. Filled with so many characters that you will want to stop and count them as they fly by and even freeze frame them to get a better look. The direction is incredible keeping the main actors in character as they work in front of the stage screens. It’s the kind of wonderment that boggles the mind, especially with the opening scenes and later during the battle. Youngsters will enjoy the film and want to see it over and over again. Parents will marvel at the storyline that stretches the imagination beyond the first Maleficent movie. Whether it’s on 4k, Blu-ray or even DVD, the film is seamless and clear. Read more…

“Cats” Sparkles and Resonates

December 24th, 2019 No comments





Review by John Delia

One of the best family films to come along in a while the movie Cats it’s a fun musical as well. Fill with mystery, fantasy and some drama, the film really sparkles and radiates for all ages. Not just for girls the film should appeal to every family member as the songs are all relevant to today and the dialogue gets touching and heartfelt. If you see one family film this holiday make it be Cats. Read more…

“The Lion King” Roars on Blu-ray

October 21st, 2019 No comments



Review by John Delia

Roaring into the home entertainment market Walt Disney’s The Lion King live action release brings the adventure to the living room and on the road with several media including 4K, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. The film works its magic like its animated predecessor, but this time it all looks real with special effects, computer graphics and more. The Blu-ray and DVD combo pack with Digital HD code is loaded with plenty of bonus features including music videos featuring Elton John and Beyonce Knowles. Read more…

“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” See it in IMAX

October 17th, 2019 No comments



Review by John Delia

A Trojan horse of a movie, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil brings a powerhouse of Disney magic that will astound and delight everyone. Filled with so many characters that you will want to either see it again on the big screen or get it on home video so you can freeze frame to see every one of the munchkins close up. The direction is incredible keeping the main actors in character in the thick of things with all that’s going around them. And as far as the cinematography goes, it’s a wow. And although it has a lot of adventurous action sequences, this sequel doesn’t get as dark as the first one. Read more…