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Question: I saw this movie a long time ago back between 1999-2002. It’s a drama movie that I can’t think of the name of it. It’s about a married couple and the husband lets his mother who is between 50-60 […]

I so enjoyed the sneak preview of the new fall series, “Glee.” The characters are immediately engaging and the music is inspired. You can watch the entire pilot episode of “Glee” on Hulu and listen to an interview with the […]

PBS has an excellent online resource for parents about the way that media shapes children’s views of the world, with separate sections for preschoolers, grade schoolers, pre-teens and teens, with tips for each age to help children understand media and […]

Studio 360, one of my favorite radio programs, has a wonderful interview with Gene Winfield, the man who designed the cars from the future for everyone from “Star Trek” and “Blade Runner” to “Sleeper,” “Robocop” and this episode of “Bewitched.”

Cinematical does what the producers of the new Terminator movie did not — they sit down with a calendar to try to figure out the Terminator Timeline.

I will now be posting movie tweets as moviemom — or, you are welcome to follow my other account, nminow. Are you on Twitter? Let us know!

Cinematical reports that Toys R Us is selling a Terminator costume for little kids who, of course, are too young to see the movie, which is rated PG-13 and is just a millimeter away from an R. I understand that […]

Tom Sturges is the author of Parking Lot Rules & 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children. It is one of the most insightful and useful parenting books I have ever seen and I recommend it highly. I guarantee that […]

In honor of this week’s release of “Terminator Salvation,” here’s a quiz about the earlier versions. 1. What is the name of the corporation that created the machines that are trying to kill all the humans? 2. What is the […]

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