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DADult Life | August 21, 2019

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Film & TV

The top 20 childhood films Brits still love to watch

June 13, 2019 |

There’s films we all watched again and again as kids. But which ones will Brits still get most excited about now they’re all grown up?Read More

PAW Patrol: Mighty Pups premiere – Nick Jr’s talking puppies go all Avengers in new film

May 17, 2019 |

On Sunday we were ready for action (Ryder, sir) a lot earlier than usual as little lady and I set off for the premiere of PAW Patrol: Mighty Pups – the toddler equivalent of Avengers: EndgameRead More

A trip to London to see Wonder Park: A colourful story of childhood imagination, fear and family

March 29, 2019 |

We had a rare family day out in London on Sunday, heading along to the gala screening of Wonder Park, the new film from Paramount and Nickelodeon. Here’s what it was likeRead More

My strategy for getting a 15-month-old through an entire film at the cinema

September 18, 2018 |

My time spent at the cinema has dwindled since becoming a dad, so I felt myself drawn back to what was once my second home over the weekend – and I took Roma with me.Read More

FILM: Mom and Dad: Ever wanted to kill your kids? You’re not alone

March 1, 2018 |

Murderous tendencies coupled with a mid-life crisis and Nicholas Cage the one experiencing both? You’re in for a treat.Read More

Oprah’s Golden Globes speech: A vision of the world I want for my daughter

January 10, 2018 |

As the father of a young daughter, listening to Oprah’s award acceptance speech at the Golden Globes 2018 left my eyes damp with empathy and my belly full of fire.Read More

Parents name their most loved and most hated children’s TV shows

July 7, 2017 |

With nostalgia in mind, Childcare.co.uk has surveyed 2,000 parents to find out which children’s TV shows they love and which make their blood boil.Read More

FILM: Hacksaw Ridge – Andrew Garfield buries Amazing Spider-Man

February 3, 2017 |

You can’t help but feel bad for Andrew Garfield.

Maybe that’s because his character in The Social Network, Eduardo Saverin, was royally screwed over.

And then life imitated art as Garfield himself was screwed over after Sony’s … Read More