Dinosaurs are walking the earth. Again. Just as they did 20 years ago, when Jurassic Park rumbled across big screens in that quaint technology now called 2D, the dinosaurs are the best part of Steven Spielberg’s movie. They’re accompanied here by some adults in need of lessons, from the theme park impresario John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) to the paleontologist Alan Grant (Sam Neill), and they menace children who need only to be protected by their grandfather, the same Mr. Hammond. The fact that Tim (Joseph Mazzello) and Lex (Ariana Richards) are not better protected owes to their grandfather’s…
“That’s what happens when you’re in trouble. You go home.” Just so, when Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson) and a couple of his G.I. Joe colleagues — Jaye (Adrianne Palicki) and Flint (D.J. Cotrona) — are in trouble, he brings them to the neighborhood where he grew up. Here he meets up with a childhood friend, Stoop (DeRay Davis), who looks the younger soldiers up and down and deems them “Miley Cyrus and Ryan Seacrest.”
You can draw in the snow (it’s awesome!). They feature great colors which you can see in the snow. We received a blue and red marker to review and they were very visible.
“With every sun comes a new day, a new beginning, a new hope that things will be better,” narrates Eep (Emma Stone) at the start of The Croods. “Except for me.” Poor Eep. Not only is she a teenager with an overprotective dad and a screaming baby sister, but she’s also living in the Paleolithic era. And that means she and her family are cave people, with sloping foreheads and thick limbs. They’re strong and fast and great hunters and gatherers, but not so quick or adept when it comes to having ideas.
Oscar Diggs (James Franco) is a carnival magician, which is to say he’s a con man. He performs tricks on a stage with the help of assistants, wires, trapdoors, and mirrors, and feels twinges of sadness when he’s revealed to be a fake — as when a little girl in a wheelchair (Joey King) asks him to make her walk, and he must confess that he cannot.
The UltraSonic Cool Mist Humidifier, it is not a toy, but would be a wonderful addition to a child’s room. It is easy to use and put together (no tools are required). It is very easy to clean and should be cleaned weekly. The UltraSonic Cool Mist Humidifier is extremely quiet and starts to work right away. There is no waiting time. It is lightweight and the monkey character is quite attractive.
Long ago, in a storybook kingdom far away — or in Great Britain, anyway — two children listen to bedtime stories. One is a farm boy, Jack: his father (Tim Foley) looms almost ominously in his doorway just before he enters, smiles, and sits down to extol the courage of a brave king who saved his subjects from a clan of human-eating giants who descend from the sky. The other child is a princess named Isabelle, whose doting mother (Tandi Wright) tells the same story. And both parents, on opposite ends of the class divide, encourage their kids to seek adventure and do good for the kingdom of Cloister. Put…
We played the Electric Football Game this weekend. The goal post kept falling down and the instructions on the timer were vague to say the least. We finally determined that the small disc with holes were for the bottom of the timer wheels and had to force to apply them because the holes were so small.
I recently received a Piyo Piyo brand 7-Piece Baby Food Processor Set to review for TimetoPlayMag.com. My initial impression was that the set was well packaged & nicely displayed in the box with a big plastic window to easily see all the pieces included. The cheery yellow packaging & ducky mascot added to its appeal. I really like making my own baby food & the cost of this set is affordable.
The Plush Craft pillow is a fun and plushy DIY cupcake shaped pillow. This is quite small in size and fun to make. All you have to do is to punch in the pretty fabric onto the pillow. The pillow is numbered and the fabrics too are numbered (fabric numbers given on the instructions). So use the given stylus to punch in the fabric to the assigned numbers on the pillow and then add the colorful jewels. To add the jewels just stick on the jewels to the flat surface of the purple connectors and insert into the pillow. This is a simple and mess free project to do with the kids. The pack includes 325+ pieces — one…