Movie Day!

Yes, it is movie day.  Time to kick back and enjoy.  Oh and not pay the wild prices of the theater either.  Honestly!  It is becoming a major event to go to the theater when I can have a better time right here at home.  And I serve low fat popcorn that helps me with my diet too!

So what are we watching.  Well there are three movies on today's marquee.  All are family friendly too.  Let's start off with the matinee for the kids.  We have Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades.  Once again Shout! Factory Kids has sent me a winner.  Princess Emma loves playing with her lil toys and the DVD goes hand in hand with her play.  We have 5 mini episodes on this DVD so we can take it one at a time as she is ready to play with each show.  Or have a mini marathon that will be done in under 2 hours.  Oh and we will have to grab up the remotes and make them into microphones during the sing-along!  Girls will be girls you know.

From there we move on to the evening family movie time.  Yeah, popped up some popcorn and took out the diet drinks.  Hey a girl has to watch her figure you know.  Our first show was to say goodbye to summer with.  CAMP is one that had me aching for the children as well as the shows star.  If you have ever been to camp you know it can change your life.  If you have not them gosh you should get there as soon as possible.  Here we are learning that the lesson that people are not to be used at all.  But to be learned from and then see how we can enhance each others lives.  I love this!  

And for the evening feature (you know the movie you build up too!) we are having dinner and a movie with Season of a Lifetime.  Yes we moved from the end of summer to the opening of fall.  School is in and for us that means high school football.  If you ever been in the stands on Friday night you know the magic that happens under those bright lights while the band plays on.  This is a story of the magic that was beyond spectacular.  It was awe inspiring.  Based on the true story of head football coach, Jeremy Williams, who, terminally ill with the ALS (commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease) refuses to retire, deciding to coach for one last season. Rick Cohen's cameras follow him as his resilient Greenville Patriots high school team battles a tough Region 4 schedule in their quest for the Georgia State Championship. I want to tell you to have the hankies ready.  Even the men will be leaking around the eyes.

All of the above movies were sent to us for review.  None of the items expect anything other than my opinion.  Nor is there any pay for any of these reviews.  

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