Movies With Kids

During the holidays, I love to catch the latest movies with Tripp.

We saw “Free Birds,” a new animated movie starring the voices of Woody Harrelson and Owen Wilson before Thanksgiving.  We actually enjoyed it, but some people say it seriously makes fun of faith.  To me, I was more worried about the environmental messages in it. 

If there were any, I don’t think they “took,” because we ate turkey over Thanksgiving.

Did you guys see this movie, and what did you think?

What do you plan to see over Christmas with the kids?

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  • Sue Lynn

    I stopped going to the movies for the most part but I did fly to Houston Texas to see “The Undefeated” awesome. The reason is because Hollywood for the most part hates average faith based folks and I refuse to give them a dime. I’m 59 now and can understand wanting to take your kids out for some fun. I just feel bad there is not much out there anymore. Bristol you are a great mom and you love Tripp and keep a close eye on him. Glad you are careful what he sees…..

  • Sue B

    My youngest “kid” is 37 but we are ALL going to see The Hobbit. I also want to see The Christmas Candle and Noah. I’m taking my 16-year-old grandson to see Lone Survivor on December 27th.

  • https://youtu.be/h82D5ZvcALM CrustyB

    For kids I’d say “Frozen” is a pretty good movie. Enough clever dialogue to keep the grown-ups happy, good musical numbers, a funny comic releif character for the kids.

  • Kristy Patullo

    Liberals have ruined movies for me. Haha Too many hidden messages. But glad
    you and Tripp enjoyed “Free Bird”, Bristol. Wish I still had the innocence of a
    child.

  • David

    I enjoy the Christmas Music.
    I don’t think that I have seen a movie in a theater since I bought my first VCR/DVD Player. Since then I have done Pay-Per-View movies on Direct TV or Dish.
    Some of the Christmas Movies are pretty good.

  • HuntingMoose

    That movie is blacklisted, enough PC lies already at school and it would only confuse with the story they just read in Rush’s book

    Frozen is much more fun, especially because of buddy moose Sven starring in it

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WdC4DaYIeQ

  • cant_believe_it

    Only a member of America’s dumbest and most laughed about family would be “worried about the environmental messages” in a kids movie!
    You are proving your inner ugliness to the world each and every day!

  • Sherry Canon

    My kid is 6 years old . She is studying in 1st grade at a
    private elementary school
    called Sunny brook School in Ontario .Yes , Frozen is my kid’s favorite movie . She also likes tangled , Tinker bell movies …. Have any one seen the movie “My neighbor Totoro ” ? It was released in 1988 . But I have
    the movie with me . She always demanded me to keep this Totoro movie until
    lately Totoro was hit by princess Elsa !


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