Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Available Now on DVD and Digital -- EMILY AND THE MAGICAL JOURNEY (Review)

Disclosure: I was sent a screener from the vendor in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.



If you are looking for a fun movie to watch with your family this week or upcoming weekend, I highly recommend "Emily and the Magical Journey," which just arrived to Digital and DVD yesterday.  I was able to get an advanced screener of this movie and watched it with my family last week, and we loved it! My girls especially loved it so much, that they have since watched it two more times, and want to watch it again this week.  

Before I share more about why we enjoyed this movie a lot, I wanted to share more about the movie including the official trailer, in case you hadn't heard about "Emily and the Magical Journey" before my post:

More about this movie:

 

Synopsis:

 "In the tradition of The Never-Ending Story, travel to a world where anything is possible.

Pennyworth’s Harriet Slater and Supergirl’s Tipper Seifert-Cleveland star in director Marcus Ovnell’s dazzling fantastic epic Emily and the Magical Journey, set for a DVD and Digital release this November.

Emily and her mother live alone after losing her father. She wants to help her mother find happiness and to learn about the father she never knew. When Emily finds a mysterious chest that transports her to a magical world, she meets fantastic and mythical creatures that become her new friends. After discovering her new friends are in danger, Emily must face her worst fear to complete her journey.

On DVD and Digital November 3, Uncork’d Entertainment presents Emily and the Magical Journey."

Starring | Harriet Slater, Tipper Seifert-Cleveland

Directed by | Marcus Ovnell
 
Distributor | Uncork'd Entertainment

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My youngest daughter said this was like a mix of Pixie Hollow movies meets the Hobbit, along with Neverending Story, Labyrinth and Dark Crystal.  She really liked the fantasy aspect of the movie, and found this is what kept her glued to the television and wanting to see what happened next. My oldest daughter liked the whole story and the magical backdrops, as did I.  Like I said, we sat and watched it last week, and it was a nice change of pace with everything going on around us with politics and Covid to just be able to sit back and get lost in a movie, and a really good one, too. And, once the movie was over, we had so much fun chatting about our favorite parts and characters. Then, the next morning my girls woke and watched it again.  They said it was even more enjoyable to watch the second time around, and then again the third time.  :-)  

If you love planning fun family movie nights or are looking for a fun and entertaining movie, I highly recommend this movie, available now on DVD and Digital from Uncork'd Entertainment.



Disclosure: I was sent a screener from the vendor in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.

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