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04/03/2012
Mirror Mirror Tries to Be Fresh, But Falls Flat Mirror Mirror is told from the point of view of Snow White's evil stepmother, much like the wildly popular story Wicked centers on Dorothy Gale's nemesis, the wicked witch of the west. Yet... More >>

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03/26/2012
The Hunger Games will Satisfy Teens, But Leave Younger Kids Home Full of interesting topics to discuss with older kids, The Hunger Games is much too emotional and violent for younger viewers. More >>

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03/12/2012
'Journey 2' Will Have Older Kids Running to the Library Any movie that piques kids' curiosity to read classic literature like Treasure Island, Gulliver's Travels and the works of Jules Verne already gets points in my book. More >>

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03/08/2012
Let 'The Lorax' Be Your Guide "I am the Lorax, I speak for the trees," opens the self-named "guardian of the trees" and hero of the film version of Dr. Seuss's 1971 classic children's book, The Lorax, setting up the story of what went so wrong in a town as bright, happy, yet as plastic as Thneedville. More >>

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02/21/2012
'The Help' is About Mother/Child Relationships as Much as Racial Inequality I enjoyed reading The Help by Kathryn Stockett a few years back, and tonight I finally watched the film version to gear up for the upcoming Oscars. More >>

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