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Ava and Lala DVD Review and #Giveaway
You know when I first heard about a new movie coming to DVD from Arc Entertainment called Ava and Lala, I was thinking it would possibly be a little girlie for the boys to enjoy. I had no idea what it was really about or how the boys would enjoy it. On October 7th, 2014, Arc Entertainment released Ava and Lala on DVD!
The synopsis says "Ava is a mischievous young girl and martial arts student who really knows how to pack a punch! One day she meets Lala, a cuddly and kind tiger-like creature, and they discover they can talk to each other. She runs away from her village to join Lala in a mystical kingdom of wonderful animals, all specially chosen to live there, safe from humans.
They befriend a huge bear who has a heart of gold, Uncle Bear, who tells them that Lala must leave the kingdom in three days, before the fierce Tiger General finds out they’re there. Uncle Bear is determined to help Ava escape, but they find out it’s not that easy, especially when the other animals discover that Lala has an extraordinary magical power. When Lala is captured, it’s up to Ava and Uncle Bear to rescue him in time to get Ava safely back home."
I felt as if this was a drama in cartoon version. There was quite a bit going on and even a lot of action. The boys both watched it when it first arrived and said they thought it was good. However, they've only watched it once which is unusual for them. I just think even though the story line was very child like, there was too much going on possibly.
Recommendation: I thought the story line was awesome as not only did it have the action to keep the boys interested but the overall lesson was a good one. Declan has even been reciting lines from the DVD over the last few days.
Running Time: 80 min.
Aspect Ratio: 16x9
Audio Format: DD 5.1
UPC #: 796019828567
Catalog #: 82856
Giveaway: Arc Entertainment is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a copy of Ava and Lala on DVD of their own!