Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Arriving on DVD in Time for Christmas -- Wings: Sky Force Heroes -- Review and #Giveaway

Disclosure: I was sent a screener copy from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  All views shared are mine and mine alone.


Arrives on DVD from Lionsgate Home Entertainment on Dec. 23rd

Has your child ever not listened to you, and something goes wrong?  Countless times, right?  Well, this movie is perfect in watching with your children and sharing the lesson to follow instructions, do what you are told, etc., in addition to other valuable life lessons.  

If your kids enjoy the other animated planes movie, then they will love this, as it is similar in nature.  This movie stars Ace, a hot shot rescue plane, along with his trusty co-pilot, Fred, and other rescue heroes which are made up of planes and robots.   Usually Ace and the others are called on when a plane is in trouble and needs help.  Ace thinks he can handle a solo rescue mission, and defies orders. This results in the tragic death of the commander, Colonel.  

As a result of the Colonel's passing, Ace walks away from being a rescue hero, as he is afraid of failing again and is also afraid.  So, he and Fred seek out another career -- carrying cargo for the coal mines.  When a cargo plane finds itself in trouble, it is up to Ace and Fred to step up and help rescue the plane.  But, will Ace do it? Don't worry, I will not ruin the ending, which adds another twist and turn. :-)

I will say that we have had this movie for about a week now, and have watched it over a dozen times.  The first few times I would sit down with the girls and talk about the lessons learned from the film, including the importance of friendship, teamwork, following instructions/orders and never giving up.  This is definitely a great family film the entire family will enjoy watching.  Both my husband and I enjoyed it, as the animation was great and the story line was full of adventure.  


More about this upcoming release:

Synopsis:

"Josh Duhamel (Transformers) is back as Ace in the thrilling story about a heroic pilot seeking redemption in the DOVE-approved family adventure, WingsSkyForce Heroes, arriving on DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet) exclusively at Walmart, Digital HD, Video On Demand and Pay-Per-View July 8 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. In the sky-high follow up to the animated feature Wings, an all-star cast including Rob Schneider (Grown Ups), Tom Skerritt (Top Gun), Jesse McCartney (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Hilary Duff (A Cinderella Story)Dallas Lovato (Birds of Paradise) and Russell Peters (Source Code), all return to help firefighter Ace remember why he loves being a hero. 


When Ace (Duhamel), a cocky young firefighter, defies his Colonel's (Skerritt) orders and recklessly attempts a solo mission, it leads to disastrous consequences.  Ace, along with Fred (Schneider), his trusty co-pilot, quits Sky Force and resigns himself to hauling coal for Mr. Steinway (Peters), until one day a fire breaks out in the mines! With the help of his friends:  Windy (Duff) and T-Bone (McCartney), Ace must overcome his fears and become the hero he was destined to be.

Timed to the theatrical release of Planes: Fire and Rescue, the WingsSky Force Heroes DVD features all-new bonus material including a look at the making of the film and a sneak peek at award-winning Miniscule short, and will be available exclusively at Walmart for the suggested retail price of $19.98.

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES*
  • “Bringing the Characters to Life: At the Recording Studio with Rob Schneider, Josh Duhamel, Tom Skerritt, Jesse McCartney and Russell Peters!” featurette
  • Four Award-Winning Miniscule Shorts
 *Subject to change 

---GIVEAWAY---

Thanks to the kind folks at Lionsgate Home Entertainment, one lucky reader will win this upcoming DVD release to share with their family.  To enter this giveaway, please complete the entries on the Rafflecopter form below.  Good luck!


Disclosure: I was sent a screener copy from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  All views shared are mine and mine alone.

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