Monday, 16 April 2012
Review: Pokémon The Movie: Black: -Victini and Reshiram’ and ‘Pokémon The Movie: White - Victini and Zekrom
A couple of weeks ago we were sent a copy of Pokémon the Movie: Black to review. Mister A couldn't wait to get it in the DVD player and he's been forever asking for it since. To be honest it was a welcome break from Ben 10 so that in itself gets it a good review from me!
As you know Mister A is 5 years old and this went down really well - he is a massive Ben 10 fan and rarely takes a break to watch/play/do anything else. Luckily he gave the Pokemon Black Movie a go and he is now a big fan.
I did my usual probing for informayion and in all honesty I couldn't get much out of him about the story line. Here's what he said about the DVD:
"Pokemon Black is so cool, it's my new favourite. It's really, really good. My favourite bits are when Victini gives Ash power to jump and when Damon uses Victini's power."
That was pretty much all I could get but about half an hour later he came back to me and said;
"Ooooh, d'you know what mummy? I also liked it when the pillars of protection went around Ash Victini and Picachu. Put that on your blog!"
So I have! I think it's a big thumbs up here!
To tell you a bit about the 2 Movie Pack:
Ash, Pikachu and friends embark on a new adventure in the feature length films, Pokémon The Movie: Black—Victini and Reshiram and Pokémon The Movie: White—Victini and Zekrom -launching at retail stores nationwide on 9th April 2012 as a special double pack DVD.
When Ash and his friends enter a battle competition in Eindoak Town, they meet the Mythical Pokémon Victini, who becomes their newest friend. Disaster strikes when the misguided wanderer Damon seizes Victini for his own plans!
Can Ash prove himself a hero and earn the help of the Legendary Reshiram—or Zekrom—to rescue Victini and save Eindoak Town?
Certificate: PG DVD Format: Double pack DVD
Run Time: 3hrs, 4mins approx
Genre: Kids entertainment, Fantasy
RRP DVD: £12.99
Tuesday, 10 April 2012
To celebrate the Easter holidays I have got a fab Universal Easter DVD Collection up for grabs featuring four titles full of fun and laughter – showing off the best in CBeebies classics and CGI animation.
There’s something to keep everyone amused, from pre-school favourite, Everything’s Rosie, to the crime-fighting Rastamouse, as well as story-telling adventures aboard Driver Dan’s Story Train and a classic re-telling of The Jungle Book
The 2012 Easter Titles Are:
Rastamouse: Hot, Hot, Hot! Irie man!
Give it up for Rastamouse and Da Easy Crew; crime fighting agents with important work to do. Loved by adults and children, rock musicians and film stars alike, the good natured antics of Rastamouse has given CBeebies one of its biggest cult hits for many years. The coolest mouse in the country – voiced by DJ Reggie Yates - brings fun and frolics with bonus footage from Glasto and Lollibop
Driver Dan’s Story Train: Bouncing Bunnies
All aboard the story train for this fun-packed DVD featuring episodes from Series 2 of the hit show for pre-schoolers. Join Driver Dan and his friends in their story-play filled adventures and meet Bippity the Robot, who loves inventing things for his friends and always tries to re-cycle and re-use things to create new gadgets and objects. Driver Dan's Story Train is the perfect opportunity to join your little one as they watch and play along!
Everything’s Rosie – The Greatest Show in the Garden
Join Rosie, Raggles and all of their friends in their colourful and adventurous world. Embark on a journey of fun and discovery whilst learning important values and life lessons along the way. With over 2 hours of fun, the DVD features 13 episodes from the show packed with fun adventures.
Join Mowgli and his friends Bagheera, Baloo and Kaa the Python for their wonderful adventures in the jungle! Each episode promises drama, excitement, adventure, fun and emotion with these beautifully new animated stories which are sure to delight new audiences to the classic tales.
We have one full set to giveaway - just enter using Rafflecopter below...