Saturday, January 8, 2011

Family Movie Night on Fox

Quoted from http://www.familymovienight.com/

Family Movie Night is Back



Watch it together. Enjoy it forever.

Walmart and P&G have partnered to create the Family Moments initiative to help moms and families better connect with each other. Family Movie Night is a part of that movement to provide meaningful entertainment for the entire family.

During Family Movie Night, you can be confident that the programming on their screens will be fun and action-packed, without the worry of having to dive for the remote to change the channel when inappropriate ads or other content comes on. Soundtracks for the films also feature top producers and artists. The day after airing,a special 2-disc DVD/CD bonus pack will be available for purchase exclusively through Walmart.

By providing this block of time, Walmart and P&G are striving to reconnect families across the country that are bombarded by busy schedules and the lack of programming that's appealing to everyone. Tune in and see what the buzz is about.
I've mentioned having a Family Movie night before on my blog.  They are a great way to connect.  Invite over the grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and watch a movie together.  Don't forget the snacks!!!

Here's a new movie from FOX that I am greatly looking forward to watching, all snuggled up with the family.  We definitely need this time together after the hectic and stressful week we've had.

I'll post my review of the movie next Saturday. 

"A Change of Plans"
Tonight, Jan 8 @ 8pm EST



Movie Description:
Up to this point, Sally Danville's life has played out just as she hoped it would. A beautiful and free-spirited musician, she and her fighter-pilot husband, Jason, live life on the go, free of domestic responsibilities. But with a single phone call from Child & Family Services case worker, Dorothy (Phylicia Rashad, The Cosby Show), she learns that things don't always go according to plan.


Sally (Brooke White, American Idol) is met with the news that her best friend from college has died in a tragic accident on a Peace Corps mission and has named Sally the legal guardian of her four kids - 3 of them adopted from third-world countries.


Now Sally and Jason (Joe Flanigan, Stargate Atlantis) must quickly learn to parent this instant family and help the kids deal with the culture clash of life in America. The story is both humorous and heartwarming, revealing how fulfilling life can be when you look beyond your own plans and invest in the lives of others.

Click HERE to go the movie website were you can see the cast, the trailer, pictures and music from the movie.  It will also show you some upcoming Family Movie Night movies. 

I hope you take the time together as a family and watch this movie, too.  It looks like one worth watching.  Let me know if you do.
 

1 comment:

  1. It looks interesting. And since coming to live in Ireland we have discovered the fun of movie nights. The national TV station has for years had a family movie on about 6.30 saturday evening, and we used to make the time for it if nothing important was happening. Its a good time to talk through things with one's children, and any others who are around, I've found, and often they'll raise issues from the film easier than usual.
    Have a good evening!!

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