My boys playdates can get a little wild, clothes are shed
so they are running around in their underpants proclaiming to be mini tarzans…
they scream and shout at the top of their voices until you wish you had
invested in a sensible purchase of ear guards!
So I was grateful to have this film to settle down four lively
children. As soon as it was on and they
were tucked up on the sofa it was instant calm, all four of them focused on the
enjoyed the first film so were excited to finally watch the sequel and meet the
new additions three cute wolf cubs (Smokey, Claudette and Runt) getting ready for the winter
festivities. With Christmas on the
horizon its lovely to have a festive film with beautiful snow filled landscapes
to admire. The cubs with their big
bright eyes are eager to explore but Runt the youngest cub mysteriously disappears. The film has plenty of adventure, action and
humour as they go about bringing him home where he belongs.
There are some good moral lessons like help a baby bear and then have a pack of bears at your disposal to fight for you! So basically be nice and that kindness might be returned, I want my boys learning that lesson.
enjoyed watching the film and I am glad we had a chance to review it! Especially as it made my playdate a whole
lot easier!!! I am impressed Kate and
Humphrey managed to have three cubs, although they do play out a lot whilst they have a few adult jokes in the den; we have enough trouble with our two. But with family entertainment like this my
cubs seem more manageable so I can recommend it to any frazzled parent wanting to wile away some time together more pleasantly.
to be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on the 4th of November, so perfect
timing for the run up to Christmas.