Friday

Strange Magic DVD Review and #Giveaway


        When I first heard about the new movie "Strange Magic", I knew it would be one that both the boys and Alana and myself would watch together.  Touchstone Pictures releases Strange Magic to DVD, Digital HD/SD and On-Demand on May 19th, 2015.  With familiar voices like Maya Rudolf, Kristin Chenoweth, Evan Rachel Wood, and Alan Cumming, this is sure to be a hit in any household.


        The synopsis says "Strange Magic is a music-filled fairy tale about finding true love in the unlikeliest of places. This magical adventure features a host of colorful characters including a princess who has sworn off love, a dubious villain, a slightly nutty Sugar Plum Fairy, a tenacious elf, a mischievous imp, and a knight who is no Prince Charming. Bring home the enchanting tale the whole family can enjoy today!"

        I literally asked the boys this morning what they thought of the movie last night since they fell asleep to it and Declan said, "It was awesome, can we watch it again?!  It was about a girl who fell in love and it wasn't what she thought it would be."  While I haven't watched it yet myself, I am excited to.  I feel like this reminds me of a few similar movies I used to watch as a child only with better graphics!
**OK, update:  I am watching this right now and think it is ABSOLUTELY adorable!  Between all the popular songs and it being a musical for kids, I think this might be my new favorite movie myself!  I am not to the end just yet but I can already tell this is going to be a good one to teach kids to be strong, fall in love the right way, and to look more deeply at people and their innerself.

Recommendation:  Both boys have enjoyed watching a new and exciting movie.  I think the colors are great for the lil ones and the lesson in this is in line with those we stress on the kids.
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Giveaway:  Touchstone Pictures is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a copy of Strange Magic on DVD to have of their own!
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17 comments:

  1. I teach them that we should love everyone no matter what.

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  2. Treat others as you want to be treated, Bullying is not the answer

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  3. waiting for your real and true love is the only way to go don't rush. Thankyou, Ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  4. I teach my grand kids to show respect to their family members, and to love them because having a family is special, and not to ever take them for granted.

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  5. I teach my kids that love is something that needs to be earned and fostered.

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  6. My kids are still pretty young so I haven't really taught them anything about love. They love our family, their pets, etc. but that is really the extent of what they know about love.

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  7. Even in the hardest of times, there is always love
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  8. To love others and forgive them even when they haven't asked for forgiveness

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  9. I teach my kids to love unconditionally. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. My family wants to see this movie. BWallace1980(at)hotmail.com

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  10. I teach my kids its important to love everybody as you would want to be loved
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  11. I have always taught my kids to love themselves because you can not love someone else if you don't love you. And to always see a person for whats inside not whats outside.

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  12. I tell my son that forgiving someone who makes a mistake is a sign of love.

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  13. I always taught my children to treat others the way that you would wanted to be treated.

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  14. I teach my children to respect everyone until they doing something to no longer deserve respect.I also teach my children to treat everyone the same even if they are different then them.We are all human beings and are equal.

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  15. Be willing to love and sometimes you get hurt.

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  16. Teach them to love no matter what someone looks like, we're all different.

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  17. Iteach them love is complicated and precious and when you do find it your treat is whith respect

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