Can Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint shed their adorable British accents to say things like Americans? “Hey buddy, can I get an order of mozzarella sticks?” Movie Trailers – Movies Blog
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I have to confess that while the new Dreamworks movie Megamind looked cute in the commercials, I was not all that excited to see it. It looked like a spoof of superhero movies and in my older years I find myself to be less patient with spoof movies, even if they’re 3D cartoons. But of… Read more »
This is a parenting blog with an emphasis on family safety, so we usually maintain a “better safe than sorry” kind of mentality. We like to think we’re cautious. But the Transportation Security Administration has always been a point of contention, and the new heightened screening procedures have left passengers feeling annoyed, angered, and in… Read more »
Most people will agree that Thanksgiving is a time for family, good food, and football. But anyone who’s sat through an American history class also knows that it’s the cornerstone of American history. These days it’s more and more common for parents to look for ways to paint a more realistic picture of the story… Read more »
This little guy is rocking out to “Dog Days are Over” by Florence and the Machine. The hilarity and cuteness starts 30 seconds in.
Flying into Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport this Thanksgiving? Unlucky you. According to the online booking site Orbitz, it’s the busiest airport in the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend. Orbitz also listed top ten busiest airports on Turkey Day. Chicago O’Hare International Los Angeles International Boston Logan International New York LaGuardia San Francisco International Denver International John F…. Read more »
At least middle school football history! Driscoll Middle School in Corpus Christi, TX pulled a fast one on their opponents when eighth grader Jason Garza strolled right through the defense to score a touchdown. Driscoll still lost the game though.
For Mad Men fans: every instance that Don Draper says “what” in the entire series. This is far more entertaining than Jon Hamm’s stint on SNL last weekend.
Sesame Street teaches kids “there’s an app for that.” Introducing the iPogo, a satire of the Apple iPad. Is it just me or is Sesame Street more exciting than ever this season? They’ve really ramped up their celebrity guests and timely subjects without sacrificing the fun, educational spirit of the show.
From Funny or Die comes “Lil’ Thriller,” a hilarious parody of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” reenacted by kids.