Mean Dads For A Better America is about how Mean Dads are better for Americas future generations, the author Tom Shillue brings up this point by sharing stories from his childhood, showing that by his dad by being meaner made him into a better man. A must read for ages 13 and up, Some profanity and inappropriate topics for children.
How can a young man keep his way pure? By living according to your word. I seek you with all my heart; do not let me stray from your commands
The Great Wall is a movie telling the tale of a Chinese legend about the Great Wall of China. A mercenary named William is heading towards China in search for the mysterious and powerful black powder but what he finds instead is a greatly kept secret about the Great Wall of China, it was built to keep something out…. they are called Tao Tei’s, a species sent from space to invade the Earth…..and they attack every 60 years, but this time is different, they’ve evolved, gotten smarter…..
I would recommend this movie for ages 13 and up
The Space Between Us is a movie about a boy named Gardner who was born on Mars, but his mother died during childbirth, so he raised by the scientists that lived there. One day NASA decides to bring him to Earth to see if his body can survive there, but it doesn’t go according to plan and he escapes, and the movie is about his adventure on Earth.
I recommend this movie for ages 13 and up
Warcraft is a movie based off a popular PC game. It’s about when suddenly the peaceful world of Azeroth is invaded by War-loving Orcs who are looking for a new world, for their own is dying, but one Orc chieftain doesn’t agree with the rest of his species, so he requests a meeting with the King of Azeroth, to agree on a treaty to overthrow the evil warlock Gul’dan and restore peace to Azeroth.
I recommend this film for ages 13 and up
Eragon is about a young farmer boy named Eragon and one day when he is hunting in The Spine he finds a strange blue rock. It turns out to be a dragon’s egg and that it bonded with Eragon when it hatched. So now Eragon is suddenly caught between a long raging war between The Varden and the evil King Galbatorix, and he must choose a side to fight for…….. who will he choose well you have to find that out for yourself.Definitely one of the best written books I’ve ever read.
I recommend this book for ages 12 and up.
Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.
Just recently I watched Marvel’s Doctor Strange and I have to say the graphics were exceptional and the storyline was good. Doctor Strange is about a Neurosurgeon named Stephen Strange and to start he is this arrogant rich doctor and all he cares about is being on the cover of every magazine, but a car crash robs him of that career and so he seeks healing in all practices of medicine, but when that fails him he finally looks to the mystical arts. And what he finds is a lady named The Ancient One, and so Dr. Stephen Strange is thrust into this whole new world of magic. He learns that this order is constantly battling the forces of The Dark Dimension to protect Earth but when the monasteries are attacked he must assume a new role as Sorcerer Supreme….. You’ll have to watch it to find out the rest.
I rate this movie 5 out of 5 stars, and I recommend this movie for ages 13 and up.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows was a 4 out of 5 stars movie simply because it didnt grab you and make you want to keep watching it, however the graphics were very good and I did like the idea of the plot. I would rate this for ages 10 and up.
Another amazing book by Nick telling of the hardness of life and living in a world full of critical people calling themselves open minded.
He dives deep into feelings of loneliness and despair. How could anyone understand him or walk in his shoes when he has none?
Dont miss out on the the meaning, the man and the message this book is a great read for all ages…with a parent or without! It gives great ideas to talk with your children about.