Tag Archive "family"

Movie Review: Christopher Robin is a carefree reunion

Disney’s new Christopher Robin is a singularly sweet episode of late summer entertainment. Fans of Winnie the Pooh and his friends will be most at home seeing this new story in the Hundred-Acre Wood. It’s ...

Incredibles 2

Movie Review: Incredibles 2 is almost as Super as the first

After an excruciating fourteen year wait, Incredibles 2 has arrived in cinemas. This direct continuation of 2004’s The Incredibles is filled with the same spunk, edge and adventurous warmth that made the original an animated ...

Movie Review: A Crinkled Wrinkle in Time

Disney’s newest family adventure A Wrinkle in Time is a conundrum. While it’s the studio’s best-intentioned and socially conscious movie in years, it’s also Disney’s most boring and disappointing.

Movie Review: Peter Rabbit Hops and Misses

Most young children today may be unfamiliar with the pleasant character of Peter Rabbit. The version currently playing in theatres, however, may confuse parents who remember the classic stories. And that’s both good and bad. ...

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The increasing diversity of Oakville

The diversity of Oakville’s 194,000 residents is increasing every year. In fact Oakville is more diverse than the province.

Movie Review: Flowery Ferdinand is Fine

Ferdinand isn’t like most run-of-the-mill family films. Instead of the often-predictable recycling of cheap jokes and slick animation, it opts for charm and thunderous heart. It’s not groundbreaking entertainment by a mile. But it’s entertaining ...

Theatre Review: Shaw’s Scrooge Sings a New Christmas Carol

One of the greatest challenges in creating any famous story is making it enjoyable for audiences who know every word of it. That’s the best surprise – and delight – in Tim Carroll’s new production ...

Movie Review: You Can’t Miss Coco

Pixar Animation’s Coco is a creative triumph in numerous ways. While it exemplifies all the qualities of brilliant filmmaking, its greatest accomplishment is the rare success of its versatile attraction. The film is equally captivating ...

Movie Review: My Little Pony Filled with Fun

There probably isn’t a more colourful or enthusiastic movie this year than the first feature movie of My Little Pony. If you find yourself entering a theatre with your young children or older, “Brony” fans, ...

Movie Review: Lego Ninjago Assembles Slowly

The most frustrating thing about complicated Lego toy sets – when there are too many pieces, the instructions don’t make sense, and after all that work, the final product isn’t that cool. That same, slow ...

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