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Robo-Dog DVD Review and #Giveaway

        I was recently asked to review a new movie from RLJ Entertainment called ROBO-DOG.  When I asked the boys if it was something they would be interested in, they both agreed it sounded quite interesting.  On January 5th, 2016, RLJ Entertainment releases ROBO-DOG on Digital Video and DVD for families every where to enjoy.  Being a lot of our Christmas gifts for the kids revolved around technology, we were all quite excited about this one.


        The synopsis says "He sits, plays fetch and he can move at super speed, bark at incredible volume and speak like a human being! He’s Robo-Dog, the most amazing mechanical mutt ever invented. When genius scientist Tom Austin sees that his son, Tyler, needs a new best friend, he locks himself in the garage, tinkering with spare parts, and creates the most incredible canine the world has ever seen! But Tom’s greedy ex-boss, Mr. Willis of Epic Industries, finds out that Robo-Dog is powered by a technologically advanced super battery, and he plots to steal it for himself. If the Austin family and Robo-Dog can’t stop him, Mr. Willis could accidentally blow up the whole town. It’s up to a hairy, hardwired little hero to save the day!"

        Being the dog loving family we are, we loved the idea of a new furry super hero and with the boys obsession with technology lately, this proved to be a unique story for our family. The boys were very interested in how robo dog is created and got a kick out of relationship between him and Tyler. I do have to note the acting wasn't the greatest for the adults in the house, but the kids loved the movie.

Release Date: Jan 5th, 2016
Catalog Number: VLT00384DVD
UPC: 0014381003840
Rating:
Run Time: 90 Mins
Color Format: Color
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1
Language: English
16:9: Yes
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Number of Discs: 1
Closed Captions: Yes
Subtitle: English

Giveaway:  RLJ Entertainment is going to give TWO of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers Robo-Dog on DVD of their own!
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23 comments:

  1. I don't have a clue. I think technology advancing is going great. It has come a long way in the last few years.

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  2. My childs favorite technology product is my ipad games. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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  3. i would love to build a robo mom,,that has a roll of eyeballs all around her head so she can see whats going on all the time, and she has to have rapid speed and maybe like 6 arms so she can do all she needs to do in a day

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  4. My daughter would have loved an interactive cat or dog toy. She always played with animals so an interacting life like toy like this would have been super for her.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  5. I would like to have an interactive dog that looks real.

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  6. i think your blog is very nice and i hate month long giveaways,i feel a week is long enought,but thats just my opinon

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  7. I would like something that only worked while they were doing something productive instead of spending all their time on the device.

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  8. I would make it be a watch dog. Something that was fun for them to play with but also has video so mom could keep an eye on them.

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  9. I think the kids would love a robot dinosaur toy. That tells them all about dinosaurs and roars like one.

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  10. I would make a sweet chimp that would answer questions about animals and their habitats.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  11. My grandson is attached at the hip to his Ipad!

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  12. he loves the ipad games - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  13. i would make a nanny!! something that she could have fun with but could also watch her!!

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  14. A robo-kid would be fun for her to play with.

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  15. My child LOVES her tablet. Next would be her digital camera...

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  16. My child's favorite technology is the PlayStation.

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  17. My just 1 year old grandchild loves the smart phone. She already knows how to swipe the screen.

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  18. our son loves his phone. he does everything on it.

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  19. My childs favorite technology product is my ipad games.
    Read more at http://www.aluckyladybug.com/2016/01/robo-dog-dvd-review-and-giveaway.html#eOFOoE3djiJ8LixA.99

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  20. Unfortunately, my grandson is virtually addicted to using various technologies--video games, watching videos via iPad or smartphone, etc. Even though I recognize that the skills he is learning will probably be good in the long run, he wants to spend WAY too much time doing it.

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  21. My oldest son is on the schools Robotics team and he loves learning different ways to make the robot perform tasks. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  22. I would create an animal for my child that would read to them and assist them at school.

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