By Michelle Lucille I had the opportunity to go and see the “Paddington” Movie and I must say it was exceptional! I just loved how well they did on recreating such a classic children’s book. The characters were all well cast and the rolls were well performed. Nicole Kidman was a phenomenal villain! Peter Capaldi, well, he was definitely quite the character. I nearly squealed in excitement when he came
In case you haven’t had a chance to check out Annie yet, be sure to go this weekend! Bronxmama writer Dalilah had a chance to see it before it hit theaters with The Moms and other bloggers. Check out her take: When I first heard rumors of an Annie remake a few years ago I had two thoughts…1) that will never happen 2) if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.
By: Dalilah Smith-Santos With the school year coming to an end in just a few short days I decided as a special treat, to pull Dahlia out of school a little early on Wednesday and join The Moms for an early screening of How to Train Your Dragon 2 down at Regal Union Square. But first we got to have a Q&A with America Fererra (Real Women Have Curves, Sisterhood of the
By: Dalilah Smith-Santos Last Thursday night Dahlia and I took advantage of our spring break and went to the NYC premiere of The Amazing Spider-man 2 at the Ziegfeld Theater courtesy of The Moms. The energy of this event was…well AMAZING 😉 We hustled from the train station and made it just in time to get our passes and pile onto the bleachers with tons of other mom bloggers and
This week Briana and I attended another great screening hosted by The Moms, this time for Disney’s Frozen. In addition to having the chance to see the movie before it hits theaters, we also got the chance to both meet Idinia Menzel(the voice of Queen Elsa in Frozen) and check out the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition and the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids Tablet. Before the movie began,
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August 06, 2013 (8pm) Bronx River Movie Nights Starlight Park Free, no registration required. Bring your blanket for an outdoor screening of Disney’s BRAVE. Rain date August 8. Directions Starlight Park 174th St btwn. W Farms Rd & Bronx River Av Subway: 2 or 5 train to West Farms, 6 train to Whitlock Av Bus: Bx36 to 174th St. Enter at 174th St, slightly east of the Sheridan Expressway. Digg this post
July 30, 2013 (8pm) Bronx River Movie Nights Concrete Plant Park Free, no registration required. Bring the kiddies and a blanket for an outdoor screening of Disney’s Happy Feet Two. Don’t forget your popcorn! Rain date August 1. Directions: Concrete Plant ParkBronx River (between Westchester Ave & Bruckner Blvd) Subway: 6 train to Whitlock Av, 2/5 train to Freeman St Bus: Bx4/Bx27 to Whitlock Av Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via
Celebrate the summer with Bronx Terminal Market and Rooftop Films Tuesday, July 16, 23, & 30. Mark your calendars and bring your beach chairs or towels for a FREE, family-friendly film series under the stars on Bronx Terminal Market’s Level 6 garage roof deck. They will be screening blockbuster hits, Despicable Me on July 16th, Wreck-It Ralph on July 23rd and The Goonies on July 30th! Come early to save your spot and check out special pre-film festivities with
Willis Avenue Community Garden: 378-382 Willis Ave 8pm-10 pm Come spend a night under the stars enjoying a film on the big screen while enjoying complimentary hot popcorn! Attendees are welcome to bring a picnic and blanket. The featured movie is Madagascar 3 (G rating). Movies will begin after sunset between 8pm and 9pm Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for
The next outdoor movie at Fordham Plaza will be “Despicable Me” on June 28th at 8:30PM, followed by “Megamind” July 27th. The last movie on September 6th will be chosen through a social media vote on the BID’s Facebook page. So bring a chair or a blanket and your friends and come out to Fordham Plaza for some family fun! This movie series is made possible by the BID Challenge Grant through the New
Celebrate the summer with Bronx Terminal Market and Rooftop Films every other Tuesday this July and August. Mark your calendars and bring your beach chairs or towels for a FREE, family-friendly film series under the stars on Bronx Terminal Market’s Level 6 garage roof deck. Come early to save your spot and check out special pre-film festivities with community groups starting at 7:30pm. Movies begin promptly at sunset (around 8:30pm).