Movie Features Editor's Picks tagged Family

  • Flickreel's Best Movies of 2020

    Some of these movies reflected the madness of 2020, others helped take our minds off 2020, and today we’re going to discuss the best 2020 had to offer.

    Some of these movies reflected the madness of 2020, others helped take our minds off 2020, and today we’re going to discuss the best 2020 had to offer.
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  • Top 5 Family Films of 2017 so far – and the 5 we can’t wait to see…

    Here are Flickreel’s top 5 family movies of 2017 so far and the 5 we’re looking forward to coming out soon.

    Here are Flickreel’s top 5 family movies of 2017 so far and the 5 we’re looking forward to coming out soon.
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Movie Features tagged Family

  • Flickreel's Best Movies of 2020

    Some of these movies reflected the madness of 2020, others helped take our minds off 2020, and today we’re going to discuss the best 2020 had to offer.

    Some of these movies reflected the madness of 2020, others helped take our minds off 2020, and today we’re going to discuss the best 2020 had to offer.
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  • How The Nightmare Before Christmas changed stop-motion forever

    When people think of projects that launched stop-motion animation into the mainstream, Rankin/Bass’ Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas usually come to mind.

    When people think of projects that launched stop-motion animation into the mainstream, Rankin/Bass’ Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas usually come to mind.
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  • Why do we revisit Hocus Pocus every Halloween?

    Is Hocus Pocus really as good as we remember or are people just wearing nostalgia goggles?

    Is Hocus Pocus really as good as we remember or are people just wearing nostalgia goggles?
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  • Why Goodbye Christopher Robin is this year’s Saving Mr. Banks

    Goodbye Christopher Robin and Saving Mr. Banks present us a harsh realization. Winnie-the-Pooh and Mary Poppins will last forever, delighting countless children and adults. Yet, both stemmed from childhoods that took surprisingly dark turns.

    Goodbye Christopher Robin and Saving Mr. Banks present us a harsh realization. Winnie-the-Pooh and Mary Poppins will last forever, delighting countless children and adults. Yet, both stemmed from childhoods that took surprisingly dark turns.
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