If you attend any in-park holiday celebration, make it the SeaWorld San Diego Christmas Celebration. Plan to go early and stay late – or, better yet, split your visit into two trips. Yes, there’s that much to see and do!
“Hotel Transylvania 2” has all the charm, good-natured fun, and laughs of the original, with a story that lovers of the original monsters are certain to enjoy.
Whether it is a sequel (in which I hope those two characters will be fine-tuned to make them more palatable), as characters in an X-Men film, or in a full-fledged crossover appearance in the Avengers’ MCU, the Fantastic Four are poised and ready for action.
As of last weekend, “Pixels” has taken in a sweet $57.6 million at the box office, so someone else – lots of someone elses – must have liked this, too. I wonder why?
Daddies and daughters have a special bond that are a staple of both tear-jerking and feel-good chick flicks. But daddies and daughters at the heart of a Marvel superhero movie?
In “Terminator Genisys,” Director Alan Taylor does not so much embrace technology as run scared from it – except, of course, from that technology that creates CGI and 3D effects.
“Minions” is beautifully animated, is chock-full of frantic slapstick and sight gags – and yet still manages to tell an entertaining story with a great take-away for us all.
Triceratops Encounter gave park visitors the opportunity to watch a veterinarian give a physical exam to a “real” (audio-animatronic) Triceratops.
Perhaps we should take a step back and talk to our kids about how they, and not just their emotions, are in charge of the control panel in their Headquarters.