Posts Tagged ‘films for children’

Film Review: SING starring Scarlett Johansson (out 27 January 2017)

Jan 12 2017

Sing is the upcoming animation comedy brought to you by Illumination Studios, the makers of Despicable Me and Minions, out in UK cinemas on 27 January. Read my review below without spoilers. Sing is the animation to beat in 2017. Really uplifting and cheerful. Everybody loved it, from very young children to mums and dads. Take a look at the vlog (video blog) child reporters from the London Mums’ Kids Club prepared with their first impressions of the film.

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Film review: Trolls

Oct 14 2016

DreamWorks’ Trolls is a hair-raising weird and wonderful comedy filled with unbelievable adventure and incredible music.  London Mums think it’s the must-see film for the forthcoming half term school holidays. There are lots of great messages to inspire the children, cute characters, but most importantly a fab soundtrack and great rearrangements of Eighties classics. Trolls has got it all!

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Oct 16 2015

Joe Wright’s magical adventure PAN is released today. Filled with thrills, unbelieveable action and a world of colourful imagination, London Mums take a look at cinema’s classic films that are beloved by the entire family! Here is London Mums’s selection of top family movies. 

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Half Term fun with Netflix nannies = my love story with Netflix so far

Oct 12 2015

School holidays are upon us again! And here we are figuring out half term fun activities for our children. Check London Mums’ list of things to do this half term for inspiration. During downtime at home, there’s no shame in using what we call the Netflix nannies i.e. great programmes that will entertain our children while we cook, do the laundry and get on with all chores that require our undivided attention. 

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Film Review (a child reporter’s perspective): Paddington

Nov 25 2014

It’s me Chiara again! I am the child reporter for London Mums magazine. Here’s my new review about Paddington the movie, out on 28 November 2014, directed by Paul King and from the producer of Harry Potter (which I also loved!).

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