Hollywood is giving a nod to parenthood with the debut of Jennifer Aniston's romantic comedy "The Switch" and Emma Thompson's "Nanny McPhee Returns," in theaters this weekend.
"Though her methods are beyond any parent's natural abilities, Nanny McPhee serves as a point of inspiration for families as she teaches her charges discipline, respect, tidiness, and manners," Plugged-In film critic Meredith Whitmore wrote.
Regarding "The Switch," film critic Paul Asay wrote that despite "significant problems," the film touches on "just how important and how needed fathers are."
CBN News spoke with Plugged-In Director Bob Waliszewski for reviews on both films. Click play for his comments.