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When the evil sorcerer Lord Balthazar threatens their home and the wizard world, Papa Smurf, Smurfette, Hefty, Brainy, Clumsy and Gargamel are soon pulled into a magical adventure on a search for the legendary Moonstone to end Balthazar's wrath.
Jane has a child of her own a daughter Margaret who believes in Peter Pan stories like her mother and grandmother. But when danger comes to Never Land, Margaret joins Peter Pan, Tinkerbell and the Lost Boys to save the island from being trapped in eternal ice.
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Five months after the events of the first film, the Penguins are called into action once again! And this time, they have to deal with Dave, who surprisingly reforms thanks to the little girl, who has the gift of talking to animals, and to stop sugar thieves led by Brutus Masquerade, who rob sugar from stores and result humans to eat healthy enough for evil demons from the dark forces to attack them and take over the animal kingdom. The Penguins seek help from the West Wing, a donating, respectful agency who dares to defy the North Wind to fight the thieves and help the Penguins learn what makes a person who they are.
Deck the halls, Penguins, it's time to party!
Whether you're a fan of the Penguins of Madagascar or you like holiday comedies for younger children, then you and your family can watch this hilarious short. Full of laughs, a whole lot of Jingle Bells to sing along with and some brief (but important) heart of the holiday spirit. My parents and I laughed at some funny moments and we enjoyed every bit of it. Fun for the whole fun!
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
One of the greatest childrens films of all time!
For those who grew up watching this as a child, then you would know the story that charmed children and adults alike over the years.
From Kansas to the colorful world of Oz, young Dorothy Gale (played brilliantly by Judy Garland) goes on a journey with three unlikely friends to the Emerald City, where the Wizard of Oz who could make their dreams come true with the Wicked Witch of the West and her army of flying monkeys hot on their trail.
Unforgettable songs, fun, memorable moments and a cast of colorful, lovable characters that you will laugh and sing with. This adaption of the original story remains true to its original source, special effects that will make you go "wow!" The fun never ends with the Wizard of Oz! This is a film you and your family will want to watch again and again.
The Last Mimzy (2007)
Best Time Travel film for the Entire Family
My mother and I bought the movie and we loved every moment of it (even the dumb moments). I thought the toys were so original and the bunny Mimzy was so cute.
Now seeing it again after eleven years, I found the movie quite remarkable. The special effects looked so realistic. The acting, the chemistry and the character development of the children was terrific, I couldn't imagine a better brother and sister team like Noah and Emma. The performances from the adult characters like the parents, the science teacher and the FBI were played brilliantly.
My only flaws are how the toys get the Wilder family in trouble with the FBI and how the mother throws Mimzy, along with the other toys, away like yesterday's trash (don't worry, Noah finds them later) and hurting her daughter's feelings.
The ending blew my mind when the kids manage to send Mimzy back to the futuristic world before she dies and how Emma's tear plays into the story and saves the future.
Of all the films I've seen based on time travel, The Last Mimzy is the prefect spell-binding family movie to watch on a Friday Night.