GRAND RAPIDS, MI – If you’re having a bad day, the kind where you started with gum in your hair or a broken coffee machine, you haven’t scratched the surface of what Alexander’s day is like in the Disney movie “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.”
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Based on Judith Viorst’s classic 1972 children’s book, the movie of mayhem is entertaining with a message according to MLive film critic John Serba.
In the style of the Jim Carrey film “Liar,Liar” a young boy makes a birthday wish that actually comes true. In this case, it’s for his family to feel his pain as he feels they are far from empathetic. That wish comes true and spurs the silliness that encompasses most of the 81-minute movie.
Serba says, “It’s not a great movie, but kids will enjoy it and it does have a positive message.”
You can read Serba’s full review by clicking here and you can watch this week’s 3 Minute Movie Review video for more and to score some free tickets by answering movie trivia. The random trivia question is called the Popcorn Pop Quiz.
Watch the video for the question and then put the correct answer in the comments section below. Next week, we'll draw a winner from all of the correct guesses and award that person a pair of movie tickets good for any show running at any Celebration Cinema (excluding IMAX and DBox).
Important: Put your email address in your post so we can contact you. You can also email me directly with your answer.
Plus, Celebration Cinema's Ron Van Timmeren will reveal the other releases this weekend. Click here to see theirlocations and times.We'll see you at the movies!
Todd Chance is the West Michigan Entertainment Concierge for MLive/Grand Rapids Press. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Facebook , Twitter, Google Plus