Soul Surfer

Gather your tissues, this movie is an emotional one. Soul Surfer tells the true story of Bethany Hamilton, a surfer from Hawaii who, one day, is seriously injured due to… Read More

The Princess And The Frog

The Princess and the Frog is Disney’s animated “classic” that takes a new twist on an old tale. Though the movie came out when the children were much younger, we… Read More

The Blind Side

How Courageous Are You? One of 2009’s best films, this fact-based movie tells the powerful story of Michael Oher, a professional football player whose path in life was set largely… Read More

Toy Story 3

In anxious anticipation for Toy Story 4, which comes at on the feast of John the Baptist (look it up), we went back in time to see how the saga… Read More

The Mighty Macs

Even though our team (Notre Dame) came really, really close to winning the NCAA Women’s Championship, we opted for a basketball movie anyway.  The Mighty Macs is a true story… Read More

Instant Family

We have been wanting to watch this movie for some time. We never got around to going to the theater (since that requires saving up) and we have been waiting… Read More

Up

When you look at your own life, what do you see? This week’s feature is one of my favorites. If you can make it through the first 10 minutes without… Read More

Bridge to Terabithia

This week’s suggestion is one for the rental category. It’s a cute movie, though young children might find it pretty sad. Still, older kids (7-11) will find it exciting. I… Read More

We Bought A Zoo

This one is definitely not a movie to rent. Buy it. I promise your family will watch it again and again. Based on the true story of Benjamin Mee and… Read More

Meet The Robinsons

Every once in a while, we choose a movie from ones we own already and Friday night was one of those nights. Nearly everyone agreed that Meet The Robinsons fit… Read More

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

For family movie night, we chose a documentary. It doesn’t happen often and usually includes whining from at least one of the children. In the end, however, we are all… Read More