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The Aviators DVD Review and #Giveaway


        When I was first asked to review the newest movie from Cinedigm and VIVA Pictures, called The Aviators, I swore I had watched a similar movie as a child myself.  I figured with that being said, it would be perfect for our family to watch together. Arriving to Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD on February 3rd, 2015, The Aviators features popular voices like Brad Garrett and Jeff Foxworthy.


        The synopsis says "Join The Aviators in this thrilling and patriotic tale based on an incredible true story. When life on a peaceful farm is disrupted, a brave group of carrier pigeons and their quirky mouse friend (Jeff Foxworthy) team up to defeat the enemy. Following their fearless—and feathered—leader (Brad Garrett), the unlikely heroes work together to save the lives of American soldiers."

        It's even based on a true story set during World War I, so the kids were excited to watch something a little different than the fantasy cartoons we are used to.  Not only did we all enjoy the fact that it started on a farm (like where we just moved to) but that there was tons of action and a large sense of loyalty.  This was the perfect family movie night flick!

Recommendation:  I thought the story was pretty awesome and while I can't remember if I actually watched something with a similar story line before, I thought it was great for the whole family.  The kids loved the action and that the setting was on a farm.
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47 comments:

  1. Dirty Dancing because I had to have watched it 1 Million times and used to be able to quote it word for word

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  2. The original Star Wars would be most memorable

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  3. E.T. is a movie I remember loving as a child. I loved how the kids helped E.T. get home.

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  4. I always love watching Lassie.The show was Lassie Come Home. Poor Timmy! Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  5. Ducktales was the most memorable tv show for me as a child. I really enjoyed the adventures that Scrooge McDuck went on as a child. I still enjoy that show to this day. BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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  6. The most memorable movie in my childhood was To Kill a Mockingbird. To Kill A Mockingbird has survived largely untarnished for 51 years, with neither changes in film technique nor wider social changes serving to blunt its powerful message or diminish its memorable characters. Through the steady hand of Robert Mulligan and the brilliance of Gregory Peck, Harper Lee's beloved novel is wonderfully realized in a film which is equally graceful, playful and heartbreaking. It remains, with 12 Angry Men, the standard to which all courtroom dramas aspire, and is a genuinely fine piece of drama in its own right.

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  7. I was a big fan of the smurfs as a kid.

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  8. I have always loved Willie Wonka and the chocolate factory as it showed what happens when you are unselfish.

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  9. By far-Annie was my favorite movie. I still watch it and love the fact that it is my kids's favorite movie as well.

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  10. The only show I remember watching is the rugrats. Probaly just because I watched it all the time

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  11. My memorable movie would be home alone because i saw it with the family

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  12. One of my favorites was The Nightmare Before Christmas because I always watched it with my Grandma.
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  13. The most memorable movie of my childhood is The Wizard of Oz. The Wizard of Oz had everything-magic, wonder, and The Wicked Witch of the West.

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  14. loved the Brady Bunch they were always into some kind of trouble. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  15. My favorite shows were the shows they showed on Nick. They were also so funny and innocent.
    Brittney House

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  16. Ironically the first that came to mind, and I do not know why, is Leave It To Beaver. The family was too perfect, even in their ywrongs, and they just had it lol, well I went thru my parents'multiple splits.

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  17. I would have to say E.T. It was a great movie that I have watched several times. Opened my mind up to new things when I was a child!

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  18. I liked Sleeping Beauty. I wanted to be her so bad

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  19. Cloudy with a chance of meatballs was just the best.. me and my husband watched it literally a billion times and could quote the whole movie

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  20. My memorable movie was Et. That was the first movie in the theater that we went to see. It was a great movie and great time

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  21. FULL HOUSE was always a family favorite and STILL IS my favorite show of all times, second comes Boy Meets World! They were so "TRUE!"

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  22. I always remember taking my daughter to see Dumbo. We had a great time and had tears at the end.

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  23. I think it was Happy Days! We grew up watching it, and was something good I looked forward to every week!

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  24. I use to watch The Brady Bunch and the Partridge Family all the time when I was younger. Sometimes I would have to watch my two older brothers show instead because we on had the one black & white TV.

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  25. My favorite was always Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. I was amazed at all of the edible stuff. I thought this was just the best movie.

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  26. Mary Poppins because I saw it at the Drive-in during a downpouring rain.

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  27. I can remember being in elementary school and everyone talking about Happy Days.

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  28. I have always loved the movie Oliver. I like the story and the characters too.

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  29. I remember 101 Dalmations. I had a book and would follow along with the movie with it.

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  30. "The Sound of Music": it was a birthday event!

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  31. I was always watching the Brady Bunch when I was younger.

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  32. Sonic the Hedgehog because I always watched it.

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  33. The film Mary Poppins was amazing because we saw it at a fancy city theater.

    Nancy
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  34. I loved Mulan when it came out. I loved having a heroine that was a bit more independent and realistic than the other disney princesses.

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  35. my grandpa and i would sit for hours and watch incredible hulk and drink lemonade together.i always looked forward to going to this house to watch that with him

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  36. I had two most memorable movies when i was a child, one was The Last Unicorn, I loved it for all the obvious reasons lol. It was cute, sad but cute. And the second movie was Watership Down. It was memorable because it was actually very scary when i was little lol. who would've thought that a movie about murderous rabbits was a good ideal for kids lol.

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  37. Fried Green tomatoes is a family fav.

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  38. I always loved watching the smurfs because if was a show my bother and I both enjoyed.

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  39. My favorite would be willie wonka and the chocolate factory..I would watch it every time it came on..I loved the chocolate factory and Charlie..The oompa loompas were a little creepy though..lol

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  40. My most memorable tv show is The Looney Tunes cartoons, I loved watching this show when I was a kid.

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  41. I can remember the Smurfs, Flintstones and Jetsons being a huge part of my childhood. Wish that they would bring back some of these on TV or Netflix!

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  42. I remember being tramatized by Bambi when I was younger. I still cannot watch it to this day Thank you

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  43. The Labyrinth was the most memorable. I used to walk over to my older sisters house and watch it daily. I loved the movie. :)

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  44. The first movie I can really remember going to see in theaters was a double feature of "Harry and the Hendersons" and "The Great Outdoors", even now, I have them both on my dvd shelf. love them!

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  45. Old Yeller was memorable. It fostered my love of family and animals.

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  46. I like growing into green. I like your emphasis on healthy living and the environment.

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  47. I liked "Fallen Down" with Michael Douglas when I was a kid because it impressed me.

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