Sunday Night: A Movie to Watch With Your Kids (While You Prep Your Week)

l3gallery_02vert313x470A few weeks ago, the kids and I got to preview The Librarian, Curse of the Judas Chalice.   They liked it because it was action-packed and I liked it because it had Noah Wyle in it.  My 9 year old daughter was a little scared during and after the movie.  I think the vampire theme freaked her out a bit.  But, not my 5 year old, he loved it.  He also loves to watch Jurassic Park 1, 2 and 3 and has been begging to watch Jaws, but I just can’t let him do that yet.

If you’re like me, you use Sunday nights to prep for your week.  So, if your kids are still up at 8pm (mine would be asleep by then on a school night or getting ready for bed), this will definitely occupy them so you can work on your computer while they watch the movie and you can look up every now and then to catch an eyeful of Noah.

Alternatively, you may want to Tivo it for a Friday or Saturday night movie night.  We don’t do TV during the week at all, but I do let my kids have movie night on the weekends and I’m always happy when they choose a movie that I can watch along with them.  The Librarian would definitely qualify.

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2 responses to “Sunday Night: A Movie to Watch With Your Kids (While You Prep Your Week)

  1. I remember my childhood days in your story. We also used to watch different films every Friday and Saturday night with chips and ice cream on our side. Since my mom was number one fan of vampire films,Me and my elder sister don’t have any choice but to watch it even though we’re too scared..

  2. Definitely a great family movie pick. Who can resist Noah Wyle, he is sooo yummmy! The movie itself is good. Great recommendation.

    I am glad you are on twitter, so I can follow you. You know what they say, you are no one if you are not on twitter….here is the twitter song video. I know you will enjoy it!

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