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Captain America Soars at the Box Office Captain America Soars at the Box Office (The Big Picture, Last Update Apr 2014)

…It’s stars and stripes forever for Captain America: The Winter Solider.

5 Things to Love about Captain America 5 Things to Love about Captain America (The Big Picture, Last Update Apr 2014)

…What’s not to love about Captain America? This war hero from the 1940s has been charming girls and saving fellow soldiers for decades—minus the time he spent in the deep freeze. Unfortunately some might consider him old-fashioned, archaic—even obsolete. But here are 5 things to love about Captain…

Aronofsky’s Noah Isn’t My Noah Aronofsky’s Noah Isn’t My Noah (The Big Picture, Last Update Apr 2014)

…I know the story of Noah in the Bible is only about 40 verses long. And I know that making that short script into a two-hour movie means the filmmakers will have to fill in some blanks. But Director Darren Aronofsky’s Noah disregarded some seemingly basic elements of the story…

11 Bible-based Movies for Families 11 Bible-based Movies for Families (The Big Picture, Last Update Apr 2014)

…If Darren Aronofsky’s depiction of Noah didn’t live up to your expectations, don’t be too disappointed. Adapting a Bible story for the big screen can be a challenge for any director. And while many don’t stay entirely true to the text, we’ve rounded up some other Bible-based movies your family…

April Movie Preview April Movie Preview (The Big Picture, Last Update Apr 2014)

…No fooling—April might not be considered part of the summer movie season but the month has some big titles releasing for all ages. Here’s what’s coming to theaters in April.

Frozen Top-Grossing Animation Ever Frozen Top-Grossing Animation Ever (The Big Picture, Last Update Mar 2014)

…Move over Woody and Buzz, Frozen is now the top-grossing animation ever.

10 Summer Movies for Families 10 Summer Movies for Families (The Big Picture, Last Update Mar 2014)

…Look outside and it might be hard to believe the summer movie season is only weeks away. But Hollywood has already lined up a parade of films they hope will be blockbusters this summer. Whether you are sunbathing or still dealing with snow, we have 10 movies your family will…

Counting Down to Divergent Counting Down to Divergent (The Big Picture, Last Update Mar 2014)

…I have two days to finish the book Divergent before the film comes out. Two days before I see what the hype is all about. While I may be reading more out of obligation, a whole audience of young adult fiction readers is eagerly anticipating the movie’s release—especially teen girls.…

5 Great Hoopster Movies for March Madness 5 Great Hoopster Movies for March Madness (The Big Picture, Last Update Mar 2014)

…The sound of sneakers squeaking on the hardwood is about to take over the airwaves. It’s March Madness for Men’s and Women’s college basketball teams in the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association).

Draft Day Throws Foul Language at the MPAA Draft Day Throws Foul Language at the MPAA (The Big Picture, Last Update Mar 2014)

…On April 11, 2014 Draft Day releases in theaters. This movie presents the fictional story of a football team’s general manager (played by Kevin Costner), and the stresses involved in putting together the perfect group of players.

Taking on Oscar at the Box Office Taking on Oscar at the Box Office (The Big Picture, Last Update Mar 2014)

…On Oscar weekend celebrities put on their party clothes, parade down the red carpet and pat each other on the back. So who dares go up against the Academy on Oscar weekend? None other than action star Liam Neeson and the Son of God.

2 Oscar Winners Your Family Can Watch 2 Oscar Winners Your Family Can Watch (The Big Picture, Last Update Mar 2014)

…12 Years a Slave (Best Picture), Dallas Buyers Club (Best Actor in Leading Role) and Blue Jasmine (Best Actress in Leading Role) may have won the big awards at the 2014 Oscars but they aren’t exactly family friendly films.

Lego Dominates at the Box Office—Again Lego Dominates at the Box Office—Again (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…Even a spewing volcano and a bullet-riddled action thriller couldn’t topple The Lego Movie. For the third weekend in a row Emmett and his building block buddies monopolized the box office.

5 Tips for a Common Sense Approach to Parenting 5 Tips for a Common Sense Approach to Parenting (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…When it comes to parenting, Richard Greenberg believes in a common sense approach. He’s the voice behind Common Sense Dad and he comes with over 30 years of experience as a husband and father.

Hilarious Bloopers and Behind-The-Scenes from The LEGO Movie Hilarious Bloopers and Behind-The-Scenes from The LEGO Movie (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…If you’re looking for some additional fun with The LEGO Movie, Warner Bros. Pictures has released a couple of new videos for the online world of humans to enjoy. One is a blooper reel while the other looks at the behind-the-scenes personalities (and egos) of the players in the movie.

Valentine’s Day Disappointment - 2014 (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…It’s Valentines Day. The day to celebrate everything hearts, cupids, chocolate and love! Or if you’re on the other side of the equation, a time to grumble about what many call a manufactured holiday.

NASCAR at the Movies NASCAR at the Movies (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…Sports fans are glued to the Olympics right now. But in a week or so the competitions will be over, the medals awarded and the athletes back home.

Shirley Temple Dies at 85—Proved Child Stars Can Do Great Things As Adults Shirley Temple Dies at 85—Proved Child Stars Can Do Great Things As Adults (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…On the evening of February 10, 2014, Shirley Temple Black passed away at the age of 85 at her home in Woodside California. Perhaps the most legendary of child stars, the girl with the famous curls managed to rocket to fame and earn (according to the New York Times) $3…

Lego Storms the Box Office Lego Storms the Box Office (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…LEGO came out of the box and onto the big screen in a big way on its opening weekend. Thanks to the building bricks strong brand appeal and popularity among kids and adults, The Lego Movie grossed over $69 million.

Lego Embraces Hollywood Lego Embraces Hollywood (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…LEGO was different when I was a kid. The blocks came in a handful of colors and basic shapes. Wheels and gears were cutting edge. Instructions were minimal or non-existent. Or at least that’s how I remember it. My siblings and I would spend hours constructing our own version of…

8 Movies to Celebrate Olympic Glory 8 Movies to Celebrate Olympic Glory (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…Olympic Games offer the world a chance to witness the human spirit challenge its physical limitations. For each and every athlete who takes part, there is a story, regardless of whether they win or lose at their sport. Such tales make great movie scripts, so here are some films that…

Oscar Voting Controversy: Prejudice Toward Christians? Oscar Voting Controversy: Prejudice Toward Christians? (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…A few days ago I wrote an article that gave an overview of how the voting process worked for various Hollywood awards—including the all-important Oscars. It turns out that while I was writing that item a storm was brewing that has brought a little known song, and it’s…

18 Movies to Commemorate Black History Month 18 Movies to Commemorate Black History Month (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…February marks Black History Month, an annual observance in the United States and Canada. The first celebration of Black History Month took place on Kent State University in 1970. The U.S. government officially recognized it as part of the bicentennial celebrations in 1976. In commemoration of the event we’ve compiled…

Farewell Phillip Seymour Hoffman Farewell Phillip Seymour Hoffman (The Big Picture, Last Update Feb 2014)

…Philip Seymour Hoffman died on February 2, 2014, at the age of 46.

Big Spider-Man 2 Reveal Coming in Super Bowl XLVIII Big Spider-Man 2 Reveal Coming in Super Bowl XLVIII (The Big Picture, Last Update Jan 2014)

…Yet another reason to watch the Super Bowl this Sunday, aside from the fact some guys are kicking around a football, it appears Sony will throw a few morsels toward Spider-Man fans during one of the infamous commercial breaks.

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