In Disney-Pixar’s latest 3D animated flick, old friends meet up with new friends in an all-new adventure. Follow Bonnie and the gang on a road trip you won’t soon forget! You’ll also meet Forky who’s having a crisis — he’s not a toy! It’s a movie filled with humor and heart that fans and newcomers won’t want to miss! It’s truly entertaining from beginning to end and the whole family will enjoy it. The Blu-Ray edition features Deleted Scenes and additional bonus content.
Starring Ryan Reynolds and Justice Smith, Pokemon: Detective Pikachu presents a new plot where the fate of the Pokemon universe could be in jeopardy. It’s easily the best live-action adaptation yet. It has great art style, good atmosphere, good character development, and overall it’s satisfying for the whole family. If you love Pokemon, it’s definitely worth watching. The Blu-Ray edition features Deleted Scenes, Making Of, and other bonus features.
Disney somehow continues to create wonderful new characters with great storylines. Moana continues that trend. With a strong message a bravery, Moana is the story of an adventurous 16 year old girl who ventures out to save her people. While most 5 year old girls will love it, there are a few scenes with monsters that she might find scary and suspenseful.
With a stellar cast, Sing is a surprisingly great kid’s movie. It’s the story of cute animals that enter a singing competition. Our favorite song in the movie is Jennifer Hudson’s rendition of “And I’m Telling You Not To Go!” It’s got great characters, lovely music, and plenty of heart. For younger kids, there are some questionable scenes and language in the movie. In one scene, we see characters shaking their bottoms but it only lasts a couple of seconds.
Now that Disney has announced that Frozen 2 is coming, your 5 year old may want to watch the original movie. Like most 5 year olds, she might get the song “Let It Go” stuck in her head. There are ton of princess movies but what made Frozen special is that it focused on the bond between Elsa and her sister Anna. There are a few disturbing scenes in the movie that may be too emotional for certain audiences. For example, in one scene the sister’s lose their parents.
Now that there is a new live action version of Beauty and the Beast, your 5 year old girl may want to see the original movie on DVD. The live action movie was great, but the original movie was more suitable for younger kids, While the movie is rated G, there are some scenes involving the Beast that can be scary. Also, parents may want to discuss the relationship between the Beast and Princess Belle as Belle is mistreated by the Beast.
The Incredibles 2 is a fantastic movie. It’s extremely exciting and fun to watch. It understands what a superhero movie needs and has great messages underneath. The animation is stunning and has improved as has the depth and clarity of the images. The action sequences are enthralling. The lighting is impressive and represents Pixar’s best work. The characters feel fresh with intelligent conversation. The movie was epic and exhilarating. Brad Bird wrote a compelling story true to the original while also creating an exciting movie.
Finding Dory is the sequel to Finding Nemo, which focuses on Dory instead of Nemo. In the movie, the forgetful Dory goes looking for her missing family with the help of her friends. It’s a touching tale of friendship that has plenty of heart and character. The story is a bit darker than the original and there are some intense chase sequences, but it does end on a happy note with Dory being reunited.
Through beautiful artwork and animation, Disney and Pixar are masters at telling stories. Coco is another Pixar masterpiece. Coco is about a boy name Miguel who wants to be a musician but his family doesn’t support his dream. Miguel soon finds himself in the Land of the Dead when he searches for his roots. The film beautifully weaves Hispanic and other cultures into its narrative. With an interesting plot, intriguing characters, and beautiful animation, Coco is unforgettable.
With a strong cast of actors and actresses, this sugary sweet and colorful tale is a lot fun for kids. With plenty of toilet humor and jokes, the real star of the show is the wonderful song and dance numbers that make it feel like an animated musical. Parents should know that there are dark moments in the film, which involve a few of the Trolls being eaten that may scare of upset some 5 year old girls.