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Super 4: Wonderful Story Lines And Exciting Characters, All Set In Medieval Times
Embark on a series of adventures with the Super 4 as they travel throughout Kingsland, a world of chivalry, dragons, quests, tournaments and castles! KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Morgan B. comments, “This is set in medieval times, a period I always take joy in watching with its knights, dragons, castles and, of course, a catapult. The background and castles put you the mood to grab your sword and defend the castles.” Arjun N. adds, “This movie has a good message about people working as a team and that, as a team, they can solve any problem. The team is faced with various dangers and they work together to overcome these dangers.” See their full reviews below.
Super 4: Welcome to Kingsland
By Morgan B., Kids First Film Critic, Age 12
I love this DVD with its seven, fun-filled episodes with wonderful story lines, exciting characters and fun animation. The animation is … -
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Loving - Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Racism and Love in the 20th Century
This film, which received a standing ovation at its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2016, tells the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple who fought the Supreme Court to legalize interracial marriage. It captures intimate details of their private lives, which was recorded on film in the mid-‘60s. Most importantly, the story doesn’t dwell on the Civil Rights aspect but on the personal love story between these two people. KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Kamhai B. comments, “When I watched this movie, it changed my perspective or at least my way of thinking about love. After watching it, I thought about the life I live today and I realize that without the Lovings, the world would be a much different place.” Juanita S., KIDS FIRST! Adult juror adds, “I can relate to the story because I grew up in Virginia and I was about nine-years-old … -
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Call for Film Critics in Select Cities, Deadline November 30
If you have a child between the age of 8 and 18 who is interested in joining our KIDS FIRST! Film Critics team, please have them enter our national search. Visit our application site, read the instructions and send in your application along with your child's written and videotaped review of a film, rated G, PG or PG-13, that has been released in the last 6 months. For more info and to enter go to: http://2013critic.kidsfirst.org/
Our KIDS FIRST! Film Critics Local Search deadline to apply for this fall is November 30. We are looking for kids major cities but, other cities will be considered as well. The difference is that they kids will most likely … -
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Hidden Figures, Believe, The Little Prince: Planet of Gargand, Loving, My Little Pony: Equestrial Girls: Legend of Everfree, Moana
Listen in as we review the films Hidden Figures, Believe, The Little Prince: Planet of Gargand, Loving, My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree, and Moana. Hosts Brianna Hope Beaton and Keefer Blakeslee are joined by KIDS FIRST! Film Critics Gerry and Morgan. Before you spend your hard earned dollars at the movies, be sure to listen to what our youth reporters have to say. https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1950/kids-first-coming-attractions
at the Playhouse at Rodney Square, formerly the Dupont Theater in Wilmington, Delaware. The Playhouse at Rodney Square continues to feel like a grand theater of yesteryear.
I am a fan of musicals. When I was a young child, I wanted to be a tap dancer in a musical show.
lives up to an award- winning musical production. In each scene, lavish Edwardian decor of the sets put you in the time frame.
The Coalition for Quality Children's Media is a national, nonprofit organization founded in 1991 whose mission is to teach children critical viewing skills and to increase the visibility and availability of quality children's media. . . . More.