Introducing parent-kid video movie reviews
Bunchland is all about making sure your family has the best time, and that includes when you go to the movies. We hate to see you waste your hard-earned dollars (and two hours that could be spent playing outside) on a big stinker of a movie.
On that note, we give you Big Thumb, Little Thumb: video movie reviews from families. Sort of like Siskel and Ebert, but with parents and kids. Once a month, we’ll go see a movie before it hits theatres and give you the lowdown. Did we love it and are we dying to see it again? Or was it a big sucky suckfest that you should run away screaming from? You’ll get a full recap from our trusted panel of experienced film critics. They may not have fancy “film school” degrees or anything, but they know movies.
Our first review comes from Bunch creative director Rebecca Brown and her 6-year-old son Sam. They went to see Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole. What did they think? Here’s their video review:
Want to be considered to film your own Big Thumb Little Thumb, and take your kid to a fancy media screening of an upcoming movie? Let us know.