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Tomorrow’s Game * A Wild Journey Through Time That Combines The Thrill Of Baseball With A Heartwarming Family Adventure

Daniel de la Rosa travels back in time to 1957. To get home, he must find a way to restore his family's legacy and rewrite baseball history. A fun adventure for the whole family ensues, full of baseball and time travel, featuring Paul Rodriguez. KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Ashleigh C. comments, “Tomorrow's Game is a wild journey through time that combines the thrill of baseball with a heartwarming family adventure. The story's creativity and the strong performances by the cast make it an unforgettable movie experience.” Kinsley H. adds, “Tomorrow’s Game kept me engaged with its story line. The actors make the characters come alive and are true to the time period. The 2002 Jorge Robles made me chuckle. He has amazing comedic timing. I especially like when he makes sure Daniel knows about the number 207.” Gloria J. wraps it up with, … - read more...


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Disney Jr.’s Ariel * Jumping Jellyfish! Ariel Is Back For Another Under-The-Sea Adventure

DISNEY JR.'S ARIEL - Key Art. (Disney) Set in the fantastical Caribbean-inspired underwater kingdom of Atlantica, the series follows Ariel as she embarks on fun-filled, action-packed mermaid adventures with her friends. Driven by a deep and unending curiosity about the world around her, Ariel discovers land treasures, like a big floppy hat, squeaky rubber ducky and whisk, that she collects and keeps safe in her crystal cavern. Sometimes, Ariel uses the treasures to help solve problems. With each discovery, Ariel is filled with joy, and her mermaid tail, which changes colors depending on her emotions, lights up and shimmers. Full of charm, big ideas and a powerful voice, “Disney Jr.’s Ariel” is coming into her own, learning how to discover and appreciate the world around her and use her voice to inspire others. KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Tiana S. … - read more...

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Join our KIDS FIRST! Film Critics Team
Are you passionate about media? Do you love talking about the latest films or TV shows? Do you imagine yourself as an entertainment reporter? Look no further. We have a place for you where you can do all that and more!We invite you to audition for our KIDS FIRST! Film Critics Team here: https://www.kidsfirst.org/become-a-juror/ Fill out our online audition form. Along with your personal information (which we do not share), you'll be asked to submit a sample 200 word written review of a film or TV show and to upload a brief video about yourself to our dropbox folder. Next, our staff reviews your application and schedule an online audition. Don't … - read more...


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After producing a weekly podcast since 2011, we are taking a little break while we restructure. Please be patience; we'll be back before you know it. Thanks, KIDS - read more...

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Ultraman Rising * A Reminder That Family Is The Most Important Thing In Your Life
With Tokyo under siege from rising monster attacks, baseball star Ken Sato reluctantly returns home to take on the mantle of Ultraman. But the titanic superhero meets his match when he reluctantly adopts a 35-foot-tall, fire-breathing baby kaiju. Sato must rise above his ego to balance work and parenthood while protecting the baby from forces bent on exploiting her for their own dark plans. In partnership with Netflix, Tsuburaya Productions, and Industrial Light & Magic, Ultraman: Rising is written by Shannon Tindle and Marc Haimes, directed by Shannon Tindle, and co-directed by John Aoshima. KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Ryan M. comments, “As … - read more...


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