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Against the Wild 2: Survive The Serengeti DVD Review and #Giveaway


        Not only are we big on any movie involving animals, the boys love adventures of all sizes.  So when I recently heard about the new movie from Anchor Bay Entertainment, I knew it would be a good one for our family to watch together!  On May 10th, 2016, releases Against the Wild 2: Survive The Serengeti to on DVD and On Demand.


        The Synopsis says "For bickering siblings Ryan (John Paul Ruttan of Shelby: A Magical Holiday Tail) and Emma (Ella Ballentine of Standoff), it was going to be a fun weekend visit with their dad who is temporarily working in Africa. But when their small plane crash-lands in the Serengeti, they have only each other – along with their fellow passenger, a Malamute named Chinook – to rely on. The rescue teams are searching.

Their mom (Jeri Ryan of “Star Trek: Voyager” and “Boston Public”) is panicked. Can brother, sister and one courageous dog now learn how to conquer their fears and trust each other in the most beautiful yet untamed wilderness of all? Ashley Dowds (“Scout’s Safari”) co-stars in this exciting new family adventure from the creator of the original Against the Wild Richard Boddington."

        I was a bit disappointed when watching this to learn we had actually missed the first movie.  While they don't exactly require watching in order, it would have been nice to watch both movies.  Typical for siblings, my children are no different with their arguing.  I loved watching a movie which encourages them to work together.  We are always explaining to the boys that they need to stand up for each other and remember how lucky they are to have each other.  Watching the inspiration and motivation shown by the kids, the boys truly enjoyed this one.  It was a good learning point for them as well as entertaining.

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Giveaway:  Anchor Bay Entertainment is going to give THREE of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a copy of Against the Wild 2: Survive The Serengeti on DVD to have of their own!

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17 comments:

  1. I have 14 grandkids that range from 6 months to 16 yrs,,9 boys and 5 girls

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  2. I have two grandsons ages 5 and 6. I teach them to work together by helping each other and showing them how it's fun to accomplish something together instead of against each other.

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  3. My children are all grown and have their own places to live. Their ages are 43,33,30, and 27. Even at this age this still scrap every now and then about stupid stuff I think-

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  4. I would like to see more of the coffee K-cups listed as giveaways, that would be awesome!

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  5. I have a nephew that is 7 and a niece that is 16. It is difficult to get them to work together because there is a big age gap. My niece takes a alot of the responsiblity to help her brother. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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  6. My grandsons are 2 & 7. I always have taught them to help one another and others and to be nice.

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  7. I have a son and two older daughters. I like to have family game night and movie night to keep us all close. It helps us to grow and work together.

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  8. Our grandkids are between 13 years and 6 months (5 of them). 3 of them are under 2 years old. The 13 year old does help with all of them when we are all together.

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  9. Our kids are both 2 years old. We also watch my niece a lot who is 5 years old. We tend to do a lot of family things together and since my kids are twins they do help each other and work together a lot.

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  10. I have one granddaughter and she belongs to a swim club and gym where she interacts with others.

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  11. Right now we only have new born, so we haven't gotten into working together yet. We have several nieces and nephews, so hopefully our little one will learn to work together with them.
    Ashley C
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  12. I have 1 daughter, 1.5 years old.

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  13. we have one daughter she is 2 years old right now.

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  14. I have two, a son that is 14, and a daughter that is 13. They either get a long really well or fight like cats and dogs. When they were little they were best friends, then some rough patches in the middle, but they seem to be back to best friends again. All out of my control for the most part.

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  15. I have a little niece who is 6 and a little nephew who is 1. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  16. I have a 15 year old boy, 13 year old girl and our suprise 3 year old boy.. Ive taught all of them since able to speak that there our consequences for being mean, chores are a plus in this house and if they dont work well with eachother they know that there is no fun time.

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  17. I have 2 daughters ages 2 and 3, and 1 son who is 12. I teach them to work together by example.

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