If there’s two things even the closest of families can have a hard time agreeing on, they’re where to eat and what to watch. I can’t help you with the first one. But my family solved the movie night problem by ditching the whole concept and replacing it with video games. Movie night is a weekly tradition embraced by families all over the world. The idea is to bond over a shared cinematic experience with your loved ones. Unfortunately, in our house, the teenager and the toddler’s tastes in film don’t have much overlap – even if they do share…

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