One of the reasons I founded Reel Mama was to help parents make the best viewing choices for their kids, to help them really enjoy family movie night. I believe that providing information and guidance for parents will help them select the best films to watch with their kids to make memories lasting a lifetime.
A fellow mommy blogger, the very talented Rebecca Baron, shares my passion. She created Mommy Bear Media to help educate parents about the best family-friendly films. Her site specializes in children’s, family, Christian and popular movies and TV shows.
Just in time for awards season, Mommy Bear Media is offering a fantastic DVD special on the wonderful award-winning films from Sony Pictures.
These include new hits like last year’s Best Picture, Actor and Director Oscar winner THE ARTIST (my review here), JULIE & JULIA (my review here), the Golden Globe winner for Best Picture Musical or Comedy and Best Actress for Meryl Streep, as well as classics like LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, which swept the Oscars in 1963.
Other titles include:
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
The Way We Were
The Pursuit of Happyness
A River Runs through It
Sense and Sensibility
On the Waterfront
Places in the Heart
Kramer vs. Kramer
Remains of the Day
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It will take you directly to the site when you are ready to add to your family’s DVD collection for family movie night.
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Thank you in advance for supporting ReelMama.com and Mommy Bear Media!
Check out these posts about the Golden Globes 2013!
Here are a some reviews of awards season favorites from 2011-12:
An interview with ‘Rise of the Guardians’ Executive Producer William Joyce: A true guardian of childhood
An interview with the Oscar-winning artists behind “The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore”