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Wings: Sky Force Heroes DVD Review and #Giveaway


        We were recently asked to review Wings: Sky Force Heroes which became available on Blu-Ray Combo Pack And DVD exclusively at Walmart on July 8th, 2014.  My boys were huge fans of cars and have been talking about Planes so when we heard about this one we knew it would be a great edition to the boys collection.  Both were beyond pumped to hear the news of this latest Lionsgate release and readily awaited it's arrival!


        The synopsis says "When Ace (Duhamel), a cocky young firefighter, defies his Colonel's (Skerritt) orders and recklessly attempts a solo mission, it leads to disastrous consequences.  Ace, along with Fred (Schneider), his trusty co-pilot, quits Sky Force and resigns himself to hauling coal for Mr. Steinway (Peters), until one day a fire breaks out in the mines! With the help of his friends:  Windy (Duff) and T-Bone (McCartney), Ace must overcome his fears and become the hero he was destined to be."

        I was definitely correct in getting this one for them as they were psyched when it finally arrived.  They BOTH decided to watch this one the night it came in.  Dane said he was a little disappointed that the red white and blue plane he swore he saw advertised in the previews was not in the movie.  I think he may be convinced about a character in another movie!  But even without this character they both said it was action filled and they were more than excited to watch it several times in a row the first week we had it!

Cost:  $19.98 DVD /$24.99 Blu-ray DVD
Recommendation:  I thought the quality of the film could have been a bit more colorful but the story line was a sweet one about not giving up and having confidence in yourself.  I think the story alone had some great lessons that I was proud to hear my boys discuss after watching!
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Rating: PG for Action and Some Mild Crude Humor
Genre: Animation; Family
Closed Captioned: English
Subtitles: English and Spanish
Feature Run Time: 84 minutes
Format: 16x9 Widescreen (1.78:1)
Audio Status: 5.1 Dolby Digital

Giveaway:  Lionsgate is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers Wings: Sky Force Heroes on DVD of their own!
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35 comments:

  1. I encourage my children to never give up when things get tough. BWallace1980(at)Hotmail(d0t)com

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  2. I encourage my kids to keep going and be patient when things aren't going their way.

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  3. It is best they learn early that things do not always work out as planned and to be able to adjust and look at the bright side

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  4. I let them know that it will not always be this tough. I remind them of things they didn't use to know or do and how much more they can do now.

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  5. I let them know that when life gets tough, they always have a home to run back to filled with people that love them and will comfort them! This gives them some control over the things they can not control.

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  6. I encourage them to run around outside, and then tackle the problem again.

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  7. I encourage them by supporting them in trying as many times as it takes to get it - and not getting frustrated when they want to try one more time !!

    ktgonyea at gmail dot com

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  8. I just encourage them. Tell them you can do it, just keep trying.

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  9. I encourage my daughter to pray when the going gets tough. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. Sit with my granddaugahters and encourage them to keep trying and that failing only leads to learning.

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  11. I let them know that life changes so fast. One day may be bad but the next day could be the best.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  12. I encourage them to not give up by reminding them that practice makes perfect :)

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  13. Usually when this sort of thing happens it is time to take out some one on one time. I do that and try to draw close to what is upsetting them. Sometimes it is as simple as having some down time or taking a short nap.

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  14. I encourage them and let them know I believe in them no matter what

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  15. I encourage them to keep trying and remind them of other things they thought they couldn't do until they tried.

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  16. I always tell my 5 year old grandson to try again. Make the situation as positive as possible

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  17. I would like to see more recipes on your blog

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  18. We tell our kids to keep trying and do your best no matter what. We pray about things too.
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Merry

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  19. I encourage them to keep trying and never give up. Remember the story of The Little Engine That Could? Say I think I can. Things get easier with practice.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  20. Feedback on your blog: I don't use Twitter, so having a group entry that requires a tweet makes me unable to enter that one at all.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  21. We remind ourselves of all the good in our life.

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  22. if at first you don't succeed, try try again - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  23. I encourage my children to take a step back look at things and then try again.

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  24. We encourage them to stay calm, do their best and never give up. We only ask that they try their best and if that means they fail then that's OK!! Failure is how we learn, we encourage failure so we can improve ourselves. Even adults make mistakes and nobody is perfect.

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  25. I tell them to keep going and never give up!!!

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  26. I encourage my daughter by telling her the only failure is not trying at all and that no one is perfect.

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  27. I always remind my son to pray and trust in God.

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  28. Depends on what it is, but I either have them keep trying until they get it (if it applies) or I tell them to breathe if its just something that didn't work out and look at the bright side of things, which isn't easy because i suck at looking at the bright side, too.

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  29. Christa BengtssonJuly 24, 2014 at 1:01 PM

    I encourage them by talking to them and letting them know that things will not be this way for long. Usually talking it out helps a lot.

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  30. i encourage our children to keep trying even when they fall down. the only way to learn is to try and if you fail just keep on trying. i set a good example of being persistent and that seems to be the best way to teach!

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  31. by talking about their feelings and giving them encouragement

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  32. I encourage my children by teaching them to try, try again.

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  33. I love your giveaways! I would like to be able to see my comments after I submit them.

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