You've all seen the movie trailer but have you caught...the Lego version????
I eat, sleep, breathe and step all over Legos on a DAILY!! I need to wear slippers to protect my feet from those tiny plastic pieces which have drawn blood more than a couple of times.
Then I came upon this trailer and thought it'd be apropos to share with you all, you know, since I'm a romance author as well as a mom to a bunch of little Lego master builders. =)
Happy Friday!!… Continue
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Visual comedy, life lesson and cute little blue guys is a winning formula for cast and Raja Gosnell the director of The Smurfs 2. I saw the movie in NYC at a blue carpet screening, it was very exciting for my daughter to meet the smurfs,…
Added by Cherie Corso on July 31, 2013 at 2:40pm —
CINNAMON MOCHA CAKE WITH MOCHA GLAZE
by Rod Smith (Denver Bronco )
Here is the recipe that I found out in the internet of the Cinnamon Mocha with our Organo Gold Coffee Mocha Coffee.
To make your very own…
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Added by Vera Sweeney on August 22, 2011 at 12:21pm —
We sat down last night to watch the movie "The Green Hornet". I wasn't too sure of this movie and hadn't really seen any previews or advertising for it. That to me is usually a red flag. If they don't promote it much, chances are it's not that good of a movie. Having Netflix, we opted to give it a try and added it to our queue. Was that a wise decision? Hmmmm.
About half way into the movie, our attention was caught by flashing lights coming from outside. We couldn't see exactly what it… Continue
Added by Niki Blurton on August 4, 2011 at 1:30pm —
The Smurfs premiered this past Friday with $36.2 million dollars in ticket sales. I haven't yet seen the movie, but I plan to. It sounds like a cute revisit to my 1980's childhood, where Saturday morning channels rotated between Smurfette, the Care Bears and Fat Albert. And when I say "rotated", I mean that literally. We didn't have remote controls.…
Added by Crystal on August 1, 2011 at 12:13pm —
We don’t mean to be stepping on our soapbox every time we praise the merits of eating healthy (Morgan Spurlock’s Super Size Me, Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution or Eric Schlosser’s Fast Food Nation and…
Added by Audreyvp on May 25, 2011 at 4:39pm —
One (1) lucky INO reader will receive a Bridesmaids Survival Kit -Mesh bag filled with:
- $50 Visa Cash Card for “ladies night out at the movies”
- Lip balm
Added by Vera Sweeney on May 16, 2011 at 11:02am —
Confession: I read… Continue
Added by Crystal Nicholls on November 1, 2010 at 12:56am —
Calling on movie lovers residing in Chicago, Houston, Miami, San Jose and Pico Rivera!… Continue
Added by Jessie Nuez on October 4, 2010 at 10:14am —
My first time ever hearing of Temple Grandin was last December or January of this year when I was sitting on the couch, watching an HBO movie and a preview to the 'Temple Grandin' made for HBO movie came on. I was mesmerized by this preview. It described how this woman who spoke her first words at nearly 4 years of age (she is now 62) was diagnosed with autism by her first doctor and her parents were told she'd never talk and would have to be institutionalized. So little was known about autism… Continue
Added by The Wife of a Dairyman on July 16, 2010 at 4:01pm —
1. Bubba - Forest Gump Can you do better than a sidekick that knows everything about shrimp?
2. Cameron - Ferris Bueller's Day Off You have to love a guy who will trash his dad's Porche with you.…
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Added by Ana Eiras on March 25, 2010 at 1:54pm —
So with relatives in town, I decided to take all the older kids to see Disney’s Christmas Carol. The kids were very excited and so was I. After sitting through the previews and passing out the treats from Halloween, every child was ready, trader jo bbq chips in one cup holder and a bottle of water in the other. The first scene was apparently Marley’s dead body in a coffin. His mouth was hanging open, very realistic. The kids all covered their faces and gasped. We continued to watch, but by the… Continue
Added by Lily Pabian on November 30, 2009 at 9:20am —
Tonight we went to see the new movie Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs in 3-D
. I have to say, I give it a big "Way to Go!"
I have a 2 year old, so sometimes it is hard to hold his attention at the movies. Well, this was not the case today! I even got to hear my little guy laugh out loud as Scrat the Squirrel continues his love affair with his beloved acorn. (and possibly a foxy looking little thing that also loves acorns...)
It has romance, humor, action,… Continue
Added by Laurie Cooper on July 2, 2009 at 4:00am —
I love romantic comedies or just comedies. It makes me happy. When I blog more about the movies I watch, you'll see why! :-) So, it's kind of strange by my standards to find me watching something like AUSTRALIA. I mean, AUSTRALIA?
Fine. I'll choke it up. It's Hugh Jackman, awright? Sheesh.....
But I love Nicole Kidman too - so, give me some credit here. It wasn't ENTIRELY a hormone-based decision.
So, I start watching and get enthralled with Jackman on a horse… Continue
Added by Marsha Maung on June 25, 2009 at 1:43am —
The old days of buying a bag of popcorn and a soda yourself at the movies will soon be gone. National Amusements, which runs Showcase Cinemas, has come up with an array of ideas to improve your average movie going experience. They offer special programs designed for families with kids of all ages. Some of them are being tested now in select theatres.
Pick your own seats at the time of the purchase. Enjoy concession items delivered by assigned servers to… Continue
Added by Kristina (Boston Family Life) on December 12, 2008 at 9:55am —
The bees came the summer of 1964, the summer I turned fourteen and my life went spinning off into a whole new orbit, and I mean whole new orbit. Looking back on it now, I want to say the bees were sent to me. I want to say they showed up like the…
Added by Dee on October 17, 2008 at 10:41am —