When I was about 9, I will never forget my mom taking me to see The Little Mermaid in the movie theater. That movie rocked my world! I wanted to be Ariel (come on, we all did!). I think I saw it in the movies at least 5 times and I watched the VHS so […]
I recently had the opportunity to snuggle up with my 4 year old and check out Tim Burton’s newest movie creation: Frankenweenie. Tim Burton is well known for being wildly creative and a little offbeat. From Edward Scissorhands to Alice in Wonderland, Burton does a great job of drawing you into a story, resounding with characters and entertaining all […]
Disney recently sent me a copy of their John Carter Blu-Ray, in 3D. As I hadn’t seen the movie in theatres, I was excited to watch it at home and see what kind of movie magic can happen with a $250 million+ budget!
Little girls adore the Disney Princesses, and I was no exception. I have so many fond memories of watching Disney movies with my mom. In fact, when I found out I was having a boy, I actually remembering thinking that it was a shame I wouldn’t be able to share my love of Disney with him. Now I’m a mom to two boys, and I’ve discovered that Disney has just as much to offer boys as girls.
My son adores Lightning McQueen and the CARS characters as well as Woody and Buzz from Toy Story. He loves adventure, and his favorite TV show is Disney Junior’s Jake and the Never Land Pirates.
Jake and the Never Land Pirates is the #1 cable series for Boys 2-5 and on track to be the Disney Channel’s #1 preschool series ever.
Mars Needs Moms, Disney’s newest movie, opens on March 11, 2011. Disney invited Mamanista to a special preview of the movie last weekend, and it didn’t disappoint.
On Saturday, I was invited to an advanced screening of Disney’s Tangled, which opens everywhere on November 24th.
I’m probably not the most objective critic since I’ve been a Disney fan since the age of three when I first fell in love with their animated movies at a special screening of Snow White. Since I’m a sucker for Disney films, I took two very sophisticated critics with me to the screening: my 11 and 12 year old goddaughters. They loved the movie and want to go again with their friends when it opens.