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Movie Review: Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters * An Emotional Depiction Of The Ups And Downs Of A Father/Daughter Relationship

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Movie Review: Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters * An Emotional Depiction Of The Ups And Downs Of A Father/Daughter Relationship

When a wealthy businessman learns of his daughter’s sudden engagement to a missionary, he embarks on a quest to keep her closer to home, but when his efforts go awry he must reconsider what it means to be a strong father.

KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Eshaan M. comments, “Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is all about trust and respect in relationships. It encourages parents to let go of their children when they wish to fly away, and it promotes altruism, both professionally and in personal relationships.” Samantha P. adds, “Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters teaches important lessons about family values. This family-friendly movie doesn’t only benefit children; it also teaches fathers about letting go of their daughters, and to know when to step in to ensure a positive future.” Kyla C. wraps it up with, “Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is a fantastic mix of romance, comedy and family life. The film is simply a must-see. Strong acting supports a well-developed plot. The message of Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is that you have to let people make their own choices, whether you agree with their decisions or not.” See their full reviews below.

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters

By Eshaan M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 16

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is an emotional depiction of the ups and downs of the relationship between a father and a daughter. It’s a superb summer watch.

Wealthy businessman, Steve Parston (Bart Johnson) just locked in a huge new deal based on his daughter Abby’s (Carrie Wampler) pitch deck. Soon after celebrating this achievement, he learns of Abby’s sudden engagement to Oz (Brandon Prado), a selfless missionary based in Mexico. Steve embarks on a quest to keep Abby closer to home and make her a partner in his new venture. However, when his efforts go awry, he must consider what it means to be a strong, supportive father.

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters director David de Vos guides this film quite well, especially with the actors’ performances and the cinematography, by Rick Pendleton. Each actor seems comfortable in their role, especially Robyn Lively as Steve Parston’s wife, Connie. The Mexican angle seems a bit underdeveloped; it is rather inconsequential that we learn that Oz and his family are Mexican and run an orphanage in Mexico until the final scenes of the film. I’m not sure that this addition is meaningful and if so, why it doesn’t it come up earlier. The writing is a bit stilted at times, but the emotion with which Bart Johnson, in particular, plays his role helps lift the film back up.

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is all about trust and respect in relationships. It encourages parents to let go of their children when they wish to fly away, and it promotes altruism, both professionally and in personal relationships. Note that Christian missionary work is referred to, and we see children acting out in the film at times.

I give Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters 4.5 stars out of 5 and recommend it for ages 12 to 18, plus adults. Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters releases August 1, 2022 in theaters.

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters

By Samantha P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 12

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters teaches important lessons about family values. This family-friendly movie doesn’t only benefit children; it also teaches fathers about letting go of their daughters, and to know when to step in to ensure a positive future. Based on the bestselling book Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters by author Dr. Meg Meeker, the movie shares heartwarming values that make the whole family comfortable watching it together.

Actors Robyn Lively and Bart Johnson play Connie and Steve, the parents to Zoey, Abby, and Bridget in the movie. The movie starts with Abby, the oldest daughter, coming home from a business trip and surprising the family with the fact that she’s engaged. Not only is she giving up her career path at her dad’s office, but she is also running away to Africa with her future husband to care for the poor as missionaries with the church. Steve struggles with finding a way to let Abby accomplish her own dreams and start a new path, instead of continuing the dream they have always had together, even the dreams of what her future wedding would look like.

Robyn and Bart who play the believable role of husband and wife, are married outside of the movie, it turns out! I can imagine how this would add more depth to their roles. Abby and her fiancé Oz are played by Carrie Wampler and Brandon Prado. While these are the main characters, other actors that are important to the movie include Kayla DiVenere (as Zoey), Arden Myrin (as Crystal), David Barrera (as Carlos), and Maria Canals-Barrera (as Bella.) This movie is funny to watch, and the set design is exciting and colorful. Learning about the Mexican culture through the bright colors and fun decorations was also very interesting. The writing seemed predictable, though, without too many major twists. Not to give any spoilers, but I could imagine how it would end from the beginning.

The message of this movie is that families can persevere to solve different problems and to build strong futures together. Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters has alcohol consumption and breaking the rules with social media. In one scene, a daughter sneaks out to a party with boys against parent permission.

I give Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 12 to 18, plus adults. You can watch it on Pure Flix starting on August 1, 2022.

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters

By Kyla C, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 13

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is a fantastic mix of romance, comedy and family life. The film is simply a must-see. Strong acting supports a well-developed plot.

The storyline of Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters follows Steve Parston (Bart Johnson), the father of three kids and husband of Connie Parston (Robyn Lively). The couple’s eldest child, Abby Parston (Carrie Wampler) returns to the family home in California after living in Mexico for months. Having had big plans to be business partners with Abby for years, Steve is shocked and unsupportive when she announces other plans. Will Steve learn to live without his daughter at home, or will he ruin everything with her in his refusal to move on?

The story of this film is very impressive, with each character having their own engaging subplot. Rather than awkwardly pausing the primary storyline to build on each of these subplots, the smaller stories develop in the midst of the main story, without viewers realizing it. As a result, there are characters that are cared for, many loose ends to be wrapped up and countless extra comedic and romantic bits in between. One of the best characters, Crystal (Arden Myrin), the wedding planner, is a perfect addition to the film. She is extremely enthusiastic about her job and very excited to be getting business; she brings lots of light to some of the bleaker, sadder scenes. These sequences provide the right balance of negative and positive energy. Another important aspect of Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is the relatable family. This film truly demonstrates how, although family members disagree and argue, each person is seriously trying to help one another and do the best they can. Each of the three daughters goes through one or more realistic conflicts that they solve with guidance from their inner selves as well as from those around them. With a variety of difficult situations shown throughout the film, every viewer will have at least one struggle that is similar to something they, or someone they know, has dealt with. So many different connections allow Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters to reach many diverse audiences. The actors use these connections to make their character even easier to identify with. In particular, Kayla DiVenere gives an amazing performance as Zoey, the middle child in the family.

The message of Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is that you have to let people make their own choices, whether you agree with their decisions or not. Steve tries to prevent Abby from making her own decisions, and ends up realizing that it is not his choice to make. There is some minor language to be aware of.

I give Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 18, plus adults. You can watch Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters exclusively on PureFlex beginning August 1, 2022.

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Why Using Pre-Stretched Hair for Braided Hairstyles and How?

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Why Using Pre-Stretched Hair for Braided Hairstyles and How?

Braiding hair gives people the opportunity to experiment with their hair. They can try out different styles and do whatever they feel like. The braiding hair available in the market is easy to use, and can be applied in just within a few seconds. The artificial hair used helps pack out and lengthen the natural hair. This thus helps give a fuller effect by getting blended with the natural hair.

Some great quality hair available in the market looks so good that it is hard to differentiate between the natural and man-made hair. The best part about using them is that you will not have to worry about the extra care, and just care for them the way you do your natural hair.

If you use the Xpression braiding hair tight and neat, they will last longer than usual, thereby offering better results. It simply means that you will not have to brainstorm the different styles, and you can go days without styling them often.

The Pre-Stretched Braiding Hair

Pre-stretched braiding hair is one of the kinds of braiding hair available, and they are highly recommended to be used. As the name suggests, the hair is stretched already, and you will not have to stretch them again to be used. This saves the effort and time that you will otherwise have to spend in stretching the hair, before applying.

With pre-stretched braiding hair, all you need to do is to grab them after getting ready and clip them to your natural hair. Stretching the unstretched hair not only requires time, but it also requires the right skill. Without knowing the technique properly, you may damage them.

Braided Hairstyles Using Pre-stretched Hair

 

  • Box Braids: It is one of the classic and beautiful hairstyles made using the pre-stretched braiding hair. You can either wear them loose or long, the style that you prefer, and both are loving.
  • Festival Braids: This style will get you ready for the festive season. For this look, you can purchase the colorful pre-stretched hair available as well. If you love a colorful rainbow braid, achieve the look with the most common braiding hair available in the market. Add the required drama to your hairstyle.
  • Half Up Half Down Braided Hair: Bored of keeping the hair always up or down? Try this hairstyle where you can keep half hair up and half hair down. This hairstyle with pre-stretched braided hair will give you the best of both worlds. Get a versatile hairstyle when you are not able to make your mind.

Final Thoughts

Achieve the look that you have always craved for with the best quality pre-stretched braiding hair. Style them the way you like, without impacting your natural hair. Some hairstyles made using the pre-stretched look will make you the showstopper of every party.

What is SPF in Sunscreen ?

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What is SPF in Sunscreen ?

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What is SPF in Sunscreen?

It is summertime in India, which means the sun is the strongest it will be all year. With the summer comes the opportunity to spend more time outdoors, be it at the beach, hiking, or on a camping trip. But as gorgeous as the summer is, you need to protect your skin from exposure to harmful UV rays that damage our skin.

There’s no reason NOT to take care of your skin in the summer. Enjoy being outside, but don’t forget to take cover under an umbrella and use a lot of sunscreen. The sun’s rays can damage your skin in a number of ways, including premature aging and cancer. The best way to protect yourself is by using sunscreen that has a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15.

What is SPF?

SPF is the sun protection factor and it’s one of many sunscreen acronyms. SPF is also referred to as a UV Sun protection factor. It is a measure of a sunscreen’s ability to prevent UVB from penetrating the skin.

Of the four biggest skin care mistakes people make when traveling, SPF is the most important one. Why? The sun’s rays are too strong and will mess up your skin, hair, and overall look. This is why sunscreen is so important.

Sunscreen SPF number

The SPF number also indicates how much UVB protection a sunscreen offers. The higher the number, the more protection you have against UVB rays. The SPF in sunscreen label tells you how long you can stay in the sun before getting burned. For example, if you normally burn after 10 minutes in the sun without any protection, an SPF 15 product will allow you to spend 150 times longer — about 15 hours — in the sun before burning.

There are different types of SPF in sunscreen. Here’s a breakdown of the most common ones:

  1. SPF 15. This low-protection sunscreen is recommended for everyday use and is best for people with sensitive skin or children. It offers broad-spectrum protection from both UVA and UVB rays, but it doesn’t protect against both equally well. While SPF 15 blocks 93 percent of UVB rays, it only blocks about 74 percent of UVA rays.
  2. SPF 30. This mid-range sunscreen provides more protection than SPF 15, but not as much as higher numbers. SPF 30 blocks 97 percent of UVB rays and about 79 percent of UVA rays.
  3. SPF 50+. Higher-number sunscreens offer very good protection against both UVA and UVB rays; they block 98 percent or more of these harmful rays.
  4. Broad-spectrum SPF, which protects your skin from UVA and UVB rays, is the most important ingredient in a sunscreen. If you see “broad spectrum” on the label, it means the product offers sun protection against both UVA and UVB rays.

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If you’re looking for the highest SPF in sunscreen possible, is there any reason to choose one with a high number? Does SPF 100 protect you better than SPF 50?

The answer is no. Sunscreens with higher SPF numbers provide only slightly more protection than ones with lower numbers. And an SPF of 30 is all you need to prevent sunburn and protect your skin from UVB rays.

Types of SPF

There are two types of SPF in sunscreen: physical and chemical. Each type has its own strengths and weaknesses.

  • Physical sunscreens protect you by deflecting or absorbing UV rays before they can penetrate your skin. They contain active mineral ingredients that sit on top of the skin and reflect UVA and UVB rays away from your body. Physical sunscreens include zinc oxide and titanium dioxide.

If you have normal skin, physical SPF is recommended as it protects against both UVA and UVB rays without clogging pores or causing breakouts.

  • Chemical sunscreens absorb UV rays before they reach your skin, preventing them from penetrating through layers of skin and causing damage to DNA within cells. Chemical-based products include avobenzone, octocrylene, homovalvate, octisalate, and octinoxate.

While physical SPF can be irritating to oily skin types, chemical ones work well for oily types because they absorb quickly without leaving an oily residue behind.

Steps to apply Sunscreen / Sun shield?

  1. As advised by the skincare experts, apply sunscreen 15 minutes before you go outside so it can soak into your skin. This will give it time to dry before you start sweating.
  2. Apply enough to cover all exposed areas of skin and rub it in well. You should use about 1 ounce (about a shot glass worth) for your entire body if you’re swimming or sweating a lot. If you have sensitive skin, try applying less at first and then adding more later if necessary.
  3. Put on your clothes and then apply sunscreen again over those areas that are exposed and more likely to burn — like your neck, face, ears, hands and feet.
  4. Reapply every hour when you’re constantly exposed to the sun.
  5. If you are somebody who loves being outdoor, sweats a lot or enjoys going to the beach, swimming etc. on a regular basis, using water-resistant sunscreen is recommended. Re-apply as soon as you are out after drying yourself up and every 40-80 minutes.

Who needs sunscreen?

We all know that sunscreen is a must, but who needs it? The answer is pretty much everyone.

Even if you spend most of your time indoors, you can still get sun damage on your face and body. Even if you don’t feel like you’re getting burned, the sun can still cause wrinkles and age spots.

A lot of people believe that darker skin tones mean there is more pigment to protect our skin from UV damage. This is simply not true.

The colour of our skin has nothing to do with how much protection we get from sun exposure. Darker-skinned people can develop basal cell carcinoma and melanoma just as easily as their lighter counterparts — and they can also suffer from sunburns or other damage if they’re not properly protected by sunscreen or clothing every day when they’re out in the sun.

Sunscreen is important for everyone, so even if you think it’s not necessary for you — it probably is.

Choosing Your Sunscreen

If you’re new to using sunscreen, don’t be intimidated by all the choices online. Look for products that have an SPF in sunscreen of at least 30 and contain zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. Here are the steps to take when choosing a sunscreen:

  • Look for broad spectrum protection. This means that the sunscreen protects against both UVA and UVB rays. UVA rays can cause aging and wrinkling of the skin, while UVB rays burn the skin and increase your risk of skin cancer.
  • Don’t buy sunscreens that claim to be waterproof or sweat proof. They don’t work as well as regular sunscreens and can make your skin more sensitive to the sun’s rays.
  • Avoid oxybenzone, parabens and retinyl palmitate
  • Read labels carefully when buying sunscreen sprays or sticks because these products don’t always offer high levels of protection. Some only provide protection up to SPF 15 or 20, so they’re less effective than lotions or creams with higher SPFs (30 or higher).

Taking the Indian weather and skin types into consideration after a detailed research and development, our skincare experts brought out the Kailon Sun Shield SPF 40 (For All Skin Types) which provides broad spectrum protection to the skin from the sun’s harmful rays. Kailon Sun Shield SPF 40 is one of the best sunscreen for sensitive skin.

It’s true that there’s no such thing as a magic bullet when it comes to sun protection. The best defense is a good offense, and sunscreen should be used daily — before going outside, not just on sunny days.

SPF 40 is recommended for daily use because it provides strong protection against UVB rays. However, no sunscreen can block 100% of UVB rays. So even though you may be using SPF 40 every day, some exposure to UVB rays is still unavoidable. That’s why it’s important to wear hats, sunglasses and protective clothing when outside during peak hours of sunlight exposure (10 am – 4 pm).

Buy the best quality and vivid designs of wholesale dresses for women

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Movie Review: High School Musical:  The Musical:  The Series:  Season 3 * The Music Of This Series Is So Central To The Show’s Popularity And This Season Is Better Than Ever

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Movie Review: High School Musical:  The Musical:  The Series:  Season 3 * The Music Of This Series Is So Central To The Show’s Popularity And This Season Is Better Than Ever

Season three of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” is set at Camp Shallow Lake, a sleep away camp in California, as the Wildcats and their fellow campers are primed for an unforgettable summer ripe with romance, curfew-less nights and a taste of the great outdoors.  With a high-stakes production of “Frozen” on the horizon AND a drama-filled “docu-series” of the production, the Wildcats will attempt to show who is “best in snow” without leaving anyone out in the cold.

KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Selene W., comments, “Are you ready to join your favorite Wildcats at summer camp?  Then don’t miss High School Musical:  The Musical:  The Series:  Season 3.  Adventure awaits as our motley group reunites at summer camp and meets new friends for two weeks of fun in the sun!” See her full review below.

High School Musical:  The Musical:  The Series:  Season 3 

By Selene W., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 14 

Are you ready to join your favorite Wildcats at summer camp?  Then don’t miss High School Musical:  The Musical:  The Series:  Season 3.  Adventure awaits as our motley group reunites at summer camp and meets new friends for two weeks of fun in the sun!

After an amazing year at East High, the Wildcats journey to Camp Shallow Lake in California to start their summer escapade.  What could be better than sleepaway camp at a location primed for summer romance, intrigue and high-spirited jinks set in the great outdoors?  It’s an unforgettable summer as the campers prepare for a high-stakes production of Frozen.

My favorite parts are the audition scenes for Frozen.  I really loved watching everyone dance and sing to some of the amazing songs and enjoyed the dialogue in this iconic production.  I just can’t “Let It Go” how these various auditions are spliced together in Season 3, capturing all the drama and competitive nature of auditions, while still maintaining the positivity and support among cast members.  You won’t be left in the cold watching the talent of this dynamic group. The music and original songs in Season 3 do not disappoint.  That’s really saying something since the music of this series has been so central to the show’s popularity and success from the first two seasons. Tim Federle (Creator, Showrunner, and Executive Producer) of High School Musical:  The Musical:  The Series really has created a collaborative and supportive environment on set with the cast, which shows in their performances.  The show feels authentic with its teen cast and I really love its positivity.

The essence of this series is that you can personally grow and explore all life has to offer in a supportive and caring environment.  Even when friendships and relationships change it allows characters to embrace their differences and support each other throughout the process.  It’s fun to watch the new experiences and growth in some of our favorite characters away from school expectations and pressures. 

High School Musical:  The Musical:  The Series:  Season 3 gets 5 out of 5 stars from me and I recommend it for ages 8 to 18, but adults will enjoy watching with their kids as well.  Season 3 will begin streaming on Disney+ July 27, 2022 so don’t miss this summer party!

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Movie Review: Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Season 5 * This Season’s Message And Plot Are Deeper Than Previous, Because It Deals With Cruelty Towards The Dinosaurs

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Movie Review: Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Season 5 * This Season’s Message And Plot Are Deeper Than Previous, Because It Deals With Cruelty Towards The Dinosaurs

Set against the timeline of the blockbuster Jurassic World films, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous follows a group of six teenagers chosen for a once-in-a-lifetime experience at Camp Cretaceous, a new adventure camp on the opposite side of Isla Nublar who must work together to survive.  In season 5, the arrival of Kenji’s father, Mr. Kon, renews hope of a rescue for the campers. But as the nefarious plans of Mantah Corp. come into focus and one of the Camp Fam turns on their own, the others must band together if they want to save the dinosaurs and ever make it home. 

KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Giana N. comments, “The show Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous is back for its 5th and final season. This season’s message and plot are deeper than the rest, because it deals with animal cruelty towards the dinosaurs. Even with that, this is still an action-packed season that you don’t want to miss.” See her full review below.

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Season 5

Giana N., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, Age 11

The show Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous is back for its 5th and final season. This season’s message and plot are deeper than the rest, because it deals with animal cruelty towards the dinosaurs. Even with that, this is still an action-packed season that you don’t want to miss.

The final season of this show centers on friends Kenji (Ryan Potter), Brooklyn (Jenna Ortega), Yasmine (Kausar Mohammed), Ben (Sean Giambrone), Sammy (Raini Rodriguez) and Darius (Paul-Mikél Williams) who are hoping for a chance to get found as they are stuck on an unknown island.  As Kenji’s father, Mr. Kon (Andrew Kishino), appears, their hope for making it out is somewhat high, but not for long. Mr. Kon is planting chips in the dinosaurs’ brains, leaving the dinosaurs with no control over themselves. They must work together if they ever want to save the dinosaurs and make it off of the island alive.

Something I like and find unique, is how the kids act towards the dinosaurs. Even though the dinosaurs sometimes try to eat them, they don’t treat them like evil creatures or as if they are always the bad guy. The kids want to protect the dinosaurs and make their lives and environment better. Another aspect of the show that I enjoy is that they incorporated modern items, such as a tablet and phone, to what feels like a prehistoric time with dinosaurs. My favorite episode is “Shaky Ground” because it mainly focuses on Darius and Brooklyn trying to figure out how to cope with what they see and what they know. This episode shows how they are able to work a difficult problem through together. My favorite character is Darius, because he is the most gentle and caring towards the dinosaurs and he is a nice kid in general. I also enjoy the scenes with Ben because he has a great sense of humor. Even when things are not going their way, he finds a way to make the situation light.

The message of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous is that you should treat everyone and everything fairly. What happens to the dinosaurs in this season is unfair and the kids know it. That is why they go out of their way to help save them. This is totally family-friendly and a great show to watch.

I give Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous 4.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12. This is also a great show for families to watch together. You can watch this show on Netflix starting July 21, 2022. Be sure to check it out!

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Movie Review: Zombies 3 * This Zombie-Filled, Beastly, Out-Of-This-World Film Is Everything A Disney Fan Could Want!

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Movie Review: Zombies 3 * This Zombie-Filled, Beastly, Out-Of-This-World Film Is Everything A Disney Fan Could Want!

It’s Zed and Addison’s final year at Seabrook and things are better than ever. The town has finally accepted monsters as a part of Seabrook and has become a safe haven for monsters and humans alike. Zed is on the cusp of receiving a football scholarship and becoming the first Zombie to ever attend college (and he’s excited to join Addison who has already been admitted). Addison is excited to mark the opening of the town’s brand new “cheer pavilion” by inviting cheer teams from all over the world to compete in an “international cheer-off.” However, the town is shocked by the arrival of a new group of intergalactic outsiders – Aliens, who show up to compete in the cheer-off. Though they begrudgingly allow the Aliens to stay for the competition – the monsters and humans of Seabrook grow suspicious when they discover that the Aliens may be looking for more than a friendly competition. Some flashing lights sequences or patterns may affect photosensitive viewers.

KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Tiana S. comments, “This Zombie-filled, “cheertastic,” beastly and out-of-this-world film, is everything a Disney movie fan could want! With the same original characters from Zombies 1 and 2, as well as, some new extra-terrestrial friends, Zombies 3 will have fans singing, dancing, cheering and feeling every emotion.” See her full review below.

Zombies 3
By Tiana S., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 12

This Zombie-filled, “cheertastic,” beastly and out-of-this-world film, is everything a Disney movie fan could want! With the same original characters from Zombies 1 and 2, as well as, some new extra-terrestrial friends, Zombies 3 will have fans singing, dancing, cheering and feeling every emotion.

Zombies 3 is about Addison (Meg Donnelly) who is still trying to find where she belongs and graduate from Seabrook High along with her zombie boyfriend, Zed (Milo Manheim), who is trying to break history as the first monster to go to college. While humans, zombies and werewolves have learned to co-exist in Seabrook, everything changes when aliens show up on Earth on a mission to uncover a code that leads them to their home planet. Will the aliens be able to reach their goal while the Seabrook students fight to win the Cheer Cup during their last year in high school?

The main characters are Addison, Zed and the aliens. As the third installment of the Zombies’ franchise, this film still has the same spirit as the previous ones. The soundtrack is quite different, with more of an “alien-like” vibe to it. I love the aspect of inclusion in this film and how, even though the franchise is called Zombies, it includes many types of monsters with different powers among the humans. It’s heartwarming to see how Addison is always there for everyone and welcomes them to Seabrook High. She is the activist, leader and overall best friend of everyone at Seabrook, plus newcomers.  This film is based on Secrets Galore. Be prepared to be stunned by what is revealed in Zombies 3.

Some lessons from Zombies 3 are that anything is possible when you try, trust is always the key, and people have to do what they need to get what they want and need in life. This is demonstrated when Zed advocates to become the first zombie to go to college, how Addison trusts the aliens and welcomes them to join the Cheer Cup, despite their entrance and alien bodies, and how the aliens come to earth to find the most precious thing and will do whatever it takes to achieve that.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 12, plus adults. You can watch Zombies 3 on Disney+ now.

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Why consider using Medication Temperature?

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Why consider using Medication Temperature?

If drugs’ temperatures aren’t maintained properly, several things can go wrong. However, it might cause the medicine to turn entirely altered or not work.

If you have any doubt about why exact medication temperature is imperative for medicine storage, let’s find out.

However, another is a Wireless data logger, an innovative monitoring system utilized for data logging. It depends on the requirements; there are different types of data loggers, viz. PC-based or separate data loggers.

We’ll clarify why medication storage is very imperative for pharmacies.

Avoiding the Heat

The nastiest things that can occur to your medicine are contact with high medication temperature. If your drugs are prone to intense temperatures, they might alter the entire chemical composition of the medication.

Some medications do not work, and others might have unusual effects after being prone to the heat.

Why Do Medications Not Work?

Those medications that do not work due to severe heat exposure carry out this just because the heat decreases the power of the medications. The medicine is still there. It’s mainly just weakening.

If medicines become excessively thinned, the body does not generate the usual effect of the medication. For this reason, the drugs haven’t same similar effects very similar, and you notice no dissimilarity after consuming them.

However, the medications are usually stored at room temperature or in cooler areas.

The main benefits of using a Wireless data logger:


RECORD & ANALYSE DATA AT THE SAME TIME

Data can be evaluated simultaneously as the test/recording is occurring.

NOTIFICATIONS FOR “NO skip” MANAGEMENT

Alerts are set to produce if the temperature exceeds the fixed limits. The wireless data logger also lets organizations react to temperature transformation immediately to stay away from product worsening.

track TEMPERATURE READINGS FROM ANY LOCATION

Wireless data logger systems let the data that should be tracked distantly online and through a cloud-based temperature tracking system.

decreases SET-UP TIME

Set-up time is considerably decreased for wireless temperature tracking processes over hard-wired data loggers, and they are easy to set or install.

advanced PERCENTAGE OF ACCURACY AND MORE RELIABLE

Technical precision from 0.10°C. Wireless data loggers allow temperatures to be tracked from the outer surface of the refrigerator, autoclave, or storage bottle without alarming the environment throughout the procedure.

A wireless data logger offers a flexible way of assorting the data and the mediums to track better and evaluate temperature data immediately. Due to enough abilities, there are many differences to anticipate for organizations with only experience utilizing unique, hard-wired systems.

Temperature Monitoring for Medications

The result is that medications must be exposed to the accurate medication temperature. If they are prone to high temperatures, they do not work or have a fully unusual effect.

If you’re seeking medication temperature and Wireless data logger monitoring systems for your medicines storage, consider buying from us. Our straightforward yet precise design is ideal for keeping your medicines at the ideal temperature.

Movie Review: Into Flight Once More * An Engaging, Educational Documentary About Honoring The Veterans Of World War II

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Movie Review: Into Flight Once More * An Engaging, Educational Documentary About Honoring The Veterans Of World War II

Into Flight Once More, narrated by Gary Sinise, brings the history of June 6, 1944 to the present through the lens of one squadron and their epic recreation journey across the North Atlantic to Normandy for the 75th Anniversary of D-Day.  Along the way we meet some of the last remaining D-Day veterans and younger generations of men and women who have re-charted their path to honor their sacrifice and thank them for their service.

KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Benjamin P. comments, “Within the film, we get to see some of the brave pilots and servicemen who helped secure victory on that historic day. We also follow the teams of crafts persons and aviation enthusiasts who dedicated sweat, tears and valuable time to making sure this show of appreciation for those who served went down as planned.” See his full review below.

Into Flight Once More

By Benjamin P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, Age 16

Into Flight Once More is an engaging, educational documentary about honoring the veterans of World War II.

Into Flight Once More follows the flight of restored vintage aircraft to the beaches of Normandy to mark the 75th anniversary of D Day. For those who are unaware, D Day marks the Allied powers siege on the beaches of Normandy to take back Nazi-occupied France. It is often marked as a major turning point in World War II that ensured an Allied victory.

Within the film, we get to see some of the brave pilots and servicemen who helped secure victory on that historic day. We also follow the teams of crafts persons and aviation enthusiasts who dedicated sweat, tears and valuable time to making sure this show of appreciation for those who served went down as planned. The intercutting of footage is very effective in this film. Not only is there some striking aerial footage where the camera is seated on the wing, but it also includes some black and white archival video captured during almost a century ago. There are also animated portions that illustrate the intricacies of the feat that took place on D Day. The frequent visual reserves keep the documentary consistently interesting. This film reminds us that we have a thin window of opportunity to show our appreciation for the sacrifices our WWII veterans made, as mentioned frequently in the documentary by many who participated in this commemorative flight. The chief reason for making sure this flight happened is to demonstrate a level of admiration to these veterans for their bravery and to do it while they’re still here.

The lesson of Into Flight Once More is to understand and appreciate the sacrifices of those who fought and those who died to preserve our freedoms and way of life here in the U.S.A.

I recommend Into Flight Once More for ages 8 to 18, plus adults.  It helps to have some understanding of D Day because that puts the ultimate value of this endeavor in perspective.  I give Into Flight Once More 4 out of 5 stars. I implore you to seek this one out. It’s currently streaming on several video on demand platforms.

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Keywords: Gary Sinise, Adrienne Hall, Gina Papabeis, Joseph R. Anderson, George McC rimlisk, mcCanna Anthony Sinise, Mecky Creus, Greg Gheorghiu, Oliver Schnee

Movie Review: Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down * Beautiful Portrait Of Resilience And Optimism; Speaks To A Timely Political Issue

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Movie Review: Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down * Beautiful Portrait Of Resilience And Optimism; Speaks To A Timely Political Issue

Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down tells the extraordinary story of former Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, her relentless fight to recover following an assassination attempt in 2011, and her new life as one of the most effective activists in the battle for gun violence prevention and in promoting understanding of the language condition aphasia. Featuring extensive verité filming of Gabby and her husband, astronaut-turned-Senator Mark Kelly; interviews with President Barack Obama and other friends and colleagues; and exclusive access to stunning videos taken in the weeks following her near-death experience, this film is the story of a rising star transformed by an act of violence, and a close-up portrait of the marriage that sustains her.

KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Eshaan M. comments, “A beautiful portrait of resilience and optimism, Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down is an uplifting film about Congresswoman Gabby Giffords and speaks to a timely political issue for audiences of all political affiliations.” See his full review below.

Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down

By Eshaan M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 16

A beautiful portrait of resilience and optimism, Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down is an uplifting film about Congresswoman Gabby Giffords and speaks to a timely political issue for audiences of all political affiliations. Giffords’ passion and perseverance are not only inspiring, but also enrich the film through her interviews; archival footage and sound bites from her husband and mother are also well-placed and add greatly to the film.

Gabby Giffords is shot through the head at point-blank range at a Tucson, Arizona, Safeway in 2011 while hosting a meeting called, “Congress on Your Corner.” That moment, that one bullet, would change her life entirely, as she went from a powerhouse to a nearly vegetative patient. The film shows some admittedly difficult-to-watch clips of Giffords’ recovery in the hospital. She suffered from aphasia, which took away her language ability, and her doctors weren’t sure if she would ever speak again. Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down follows her journey of recovery and also shows glimpses of her career and the path she took post-recovery. We see a strong, intelligent, inspiring, and spirited woman who has achieved, and is continuing to achieve, a great deal.

The film is edited masterfully and tells a rousing and moving story that enraptures viewers from the first frame. One of the most unique parts of Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down is that we see Gabby speaking in all stages of her journey — hearing Giffords’ voice is one of the most compelling aspects of the film, and it adds many endearing, bittersweet, and motivating moments. And what a journey: She gave up her big job to come home and run the family business, then transitioned to a TV commercial star, then to an Arizona Democrat—while staying an enthusiastic and charming cheerleader throughout. I especially love the scenes where Giffords is singing with her mother; not only does it show the strength of their bond, but Giffords is more at ease because, as with many who have aphasia or other brain-related injuries, her speech is most fluid when singing.

Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down is a film about perseverance. Even though watching Gabby go through the relearning process is difficult for viewers, it is also empowering — it shows us that the human spirit, when set on achieving something, will achieve it… and how! Today, she is giving speeches, lobbying for change, and at the forefront of one of America’s hottest discussions: the gun debate. Though there are mentions of the NRA and a decent amount of focus is placed on Giffords—Gabby’s organization against gun violence—this film, much like Giffords herself, is not particularly bent toward one political ideology or party. There are mentions of politics, violence, and a good bit of gory imagery.

I give Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down 5 stars out of 5 and recommend it for ages 12 to 18, plus adults. Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down is available now in theaters.

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