Since becoming a mom my trips to the movie theater have dwindled, significantly. Gone are the days where I see a preview for a movie I'm interested in and then go see it opening weekend. Now I try and remember commercials I see for films I want to watch once they are released for at home viewing. This is the case for Tom Hanks' latest film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. I was enchanted by Hanks' portrayal of Fred Rogers in the commercials and trailers and that's why I'm so excited to share that A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood will be available on digital on February 4th and 4K Ultra, Blu-ray and DVD on February 18th. This family film is rated PG and will be a bit old for my toddler but I know one thing she'll be interested in seeing, the bonus material featurette, Daniel Tiger Explains: Practice Makes Perfect.
Confession: I have not seen Frozen 2. I know, I know, bad Disney mom, bad Disney princess fanatic and just bad Disney fan all around. With two under the age of three, getting to the movies is in a word, TOUGH. We can't even finish a movie at home by the "running time" listed on the back of the cover after the kids go to bed. This is not to suggest in any way that I haven't been excited about Frozen 2 because I have been and I've been waiting to hear when Frozen 2 would be available on Blu-ray and I am happy to share Frozen 2 arrives home digitally on February 11th and on Blu-ray February 25th!
"More turkey Mr. Chandler?" It's no secret that some of the funniest episodes of Friends are the Thanksgiving episodes. All but 1 season had a Thanksgiving based episode, I don't know what went wrong during season 2 but they more than made up for it year after year as their Thanksgiving episodes got bigger and featured huge stars (I'm looking at you, Brad Pitt). So if you're looking for a new tradition this year, I have just the thing; watch all 9 Friends Thanksgiving episodes.
Should you watch when it rains? Could your kids watch it while you're on a train? I'll stop now, I don't want you to complain. KIDDING! I'm done now, for real. I promise. I'm just so excited about Netflix's new show, Green Eggs & Ham!
I'm an avid Friends fan. I've seen each episode 10 times or more and I can easily work a quote into every day conversation. I'm also a relatively big Marvel fan. I've seen every movie from Iron Man to End Game. I always knew these two fandoms had a connection by way of the (never aging) Paul Rudd but I discovered just the other night that their connection runs deeper than that.
I grew up in the 90's baby and we had some pretty top notch entertainment. When it comes to Halloween movies we may just have the best of the best. Since the big night is almost here, I'm sharing movies that all 90's kids need to watch with their own children.