Movies

Children’s entertainment has really gone through big changes through the decades. TV shows and movies used to appeal to kids with colorful, visually simplistic, and safe, heavily inspired by fairy tales and Disney shorts and movies. Nowadays, there’s an overabundance of content available for people of all ages, with content that treats them as grown-ups
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From writer/director Joey Klein, the indie drama Castle in the Ground follows Henry (Alex Wolff), a teenager who’s also the caretaker of his chronically ill single mother (Neve Campbell) that he’s trying to nurse back to health while she’s more concerned about her stash of Oxycontin. When he befriends his troubled next-door neighbor (Imogen Poots),
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Lost is one of my all-time favorite shows. Every night it aired from 2004 to 2010 was appointment viewing. But during that time, the way people looked at the hit ABC series didn’t necessarily fit what the show was trying to do. Lost was two shows—a show about broken people growing and changing in extraordinary
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Disney+ is a great place to watch nearly every Disney movie under the sun, but you can’t forget the television. Within the first year of its launch, Disney+ will have so much original television programming–that’s previously aired on their network and is original to the service–you won’t be sleeping for awhile. Thankfully, we’ve waded through
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