Movie Features Editor's Picks tagged Family and Fantasy

  • 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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Movie Features tagged Family and Fantasy

  • 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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  • Did audiences miss the best show on Amazon Video?

    The best show on Amazon Video isn’t Transparent or Mozart in the Jungle. It’s a lost treasure called Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street.

    The best show on Amazon Video isn’t Transparent or Mozart in the Jungle. It’s a lost treasure called Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street.
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    My 11-year old son and I just discovered Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street. We are so in love with the show. My son loves that it is an intelligent show about pre-teens and teens that deals with “real life” experiences, as well as the not so real ones. We love that there is a meaning and a life lesson that can be learned from every show. As a mom, it is has given me the opportunity to have deeper conversations with my son. It is too bad that there are not more shows like this one and we are especially sad that show ended so soon. The ending was dealt with beautifully, but we needed more of Gortimer and the gang. We look forward to following all of the individual actors in their future careers.
    Shannon
    Hey man sloane , great show by you guys, and your performances were really great, it was beautiful how you guys could bring life and depth and that real feeling to the characters in the surreal world of normal street.Its great to hear that you guys share areal friendship bond, good luck for your and your friends future endeavors
    rams
    This is Sloane Morgan Siegel, Gortimer (the titular character of the show). Thank you so very much for your kind and thoughtful words about our series. Everything about this show was special, from the cast, to the writers, to the crew, to the guest stars. For me to literally go through puberty with Gortimer at the same time. (I booked the lead at age 12 and the last day of our shooting, I was 15) It joined the character and me at the hip. The deep friendships several of us built over those three years is still strong today. I hope more folks will enjoy the show based upon beautiful articles like this one. Thanks again.
    Sloane Morgan Siegel
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