In celebration of the release of STAR WARS: The Force Awakens on Home Video and Digital HD this week, Junior Journalist Lindalee Rose was on hand for the recent FIDM Museum‘s special Star Wars Fan Day Event! While embracing the Force, she had a chance to meet members of the 501st and Rebel Legion (the worldwide Star […]
Posts Tagged ‘Kids’
Cute, cuddly and comical Penguins of Madagascar puts on a good show for the kiddies and even us older folks. The story is quite silly, but that’s what makes this quartet of best buddies fun to watch. The soft CGI animation delivers a good look, especially the characters who are nice and squishy. […]
The youngsters will have a blast watching the newest Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars now on Disney DVD. Revitalizing the classic space adventure with their adolescent comedy, the popular television cartoon series by Disney is a hoot. And, the DVD Includes Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars full-length adventure along with five added episodes. There’s […]
Flying into home entertainment the animated comedy adventure Planes: Fire & Rescue delivers a fun film for the whole family. The film features some of the characters from the original and a whole lot of new ones. Brightly animated, fine direction and with a new storyline, the film has several good values including heroism […]
If you like Doctor Who and are a fan of Halloween, you’ll love this special WHO’lloween Fan-Art episode with Lindalee! On this 2nd Annual Halloween Edition of Lindalee’s Doctor Who WHO’lloween Fan Art Review, Beyond the Marquee’s resident Whovian spotlights original drawings and computer manipulated images, sent in from her loyal viewers around the world, […]
On this episode of Beyond the Marquee, our resident 5-year-old junior reporter, Lindalee Rose, heads to Carlsbad, California and the Legoland Resort for the grand reveal of the world’s largest model made out of LEGOS – A Star Wars X-wing Starfighter! Weighing in at more than 45,000 pounds and created from five million LEGO bricks, the […]
The title of this movie alone was enough to make me laugh every time I saw a promo. It was not enough, however, to carry my good feelings through to the end of “Frankenweenie.” Click ahead to read my review of the film!