Can you believe it has been 21 years since Mrs Doubtfire arrived in UK cinemas?
That's right, the charming story of a man who cross dresses as an elderly Scottish woman to become the nanny of his children because he's denied custody is old enough to buy alcohol in America, or legally adopt a child in the UK.
You've all seen, or at least heard about, the likes of Supersize Me, Bowling For Columbine and An Inconvenient Truth, but there are many great documentaries that don't involve people gorging themselves on McDonald's, or Al Gore threatening us with global warming scare stories.
It's been 17 years since Titanic opened with people queueing around the block to see Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's epic love story filled with icebergs, possessive fiancés and the musical stylings of Celine Dion.
Emily’s away, so Elliot stepped up to present this week’s #KidRatedLoves. Brought to you in association with our good friends at Pearl & Dean, watch our rundown of the best films coming out over the 2014 winter season:
It’s that time of year once again. For many, Halloween is a good excuse for a costume party. For others it’s a turbulent night of trying to ignore the persistent knocking of demanding tiny hands on your door. Yes, the nation’s children will soon be allowed the opportunity to issue you with a threatening ultimatum in order to extract Haribo from you. This can be easily avoided of course.