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Disney DVD Reviews: Bedknobs & Broomsticks, Princess Adventure, Mickey’s Adventures In Wonderland

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Disney DVD Reviews: Bedknobs & Broomsticks, Princess Adventure, Mickey’s Adventures In Wonderland - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Sep 01, 2009
( Rating: 2 Star Rating)

We’re reviewing THREE new DVDs from Disney! Bedknobs & Broomsticks, Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams and Mickey’s Adventures In Wonderland.

We’re so excited we get to review not one, not two, but THREE brand-new DVD releases from [kwlink 1833]Disney[/kwlink[/b]! Bedknobs & Broomsticks, [kwlink 19945]Disney[/kwlink[/b] Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams and Mickey’s Adventures In Wonderland! With their bright, beautiful cases and tons of bonus features we’re sure there’s going to be a whole lot of magic and fun in these three new movies!


Bedknobs & Broomsticks

Bedknobs & Broomsticks

Believe it or not, this is the classic movie that put flying beds on the map! In the Enchanted Musical Edition of Bedknobs & Broomsticks an apprentice witch named Miss Price is forced to look after three siblings from London during World War II she wonders how she’s going to be able to handle it. But as soon as the kids find out Miss Price has magical abilities they hop on a flying bed to find the spell that will help England and the Allies win the war against the Germans.


Along the way the funny little group and their strange vehicle encounter evil booksellers, animated lion royalty and invading German forces! This is a move you can watch with your whole family – nobody will feel left out. It’s an interesting story that will give you some historical facts about the war, and the characters are all so much fun you can’t help but love them.


Bonus Features:

  • Backstage Disney
  • The Wizards Of Special Effects
  • A Step In The Right Direction musical reconstruction
  • Music Magic by the Sherman Brothers
  • Theatrical Trailers

  • Bedknobs & Broomsticks Rating 4


    Disney Princess: Enchanted Tales :: Follow Your Dreams

    Disney Princess: Enchanted Tales :: Follow Your Dreams

    There are two separate stories on this DVD starring two different [kwlink 8287]Disney[/kwlink[/b] princesses: Princess Aurora from Sleeping Beauty and Princess Jasmine from Aladdin.


    In the first story, Princess Aurora is put in charge of a kingdom for a day. But when the work seems overwhelming and the villagers start complaining it’s up to her to come up with solutions for everyone’s problems. Aurora calls for help from one of her fairy godmothers, Merryweather, but in the end it’s the princess’ own hard work that proves to be a whole lot more effective than magic.


    In the second story Princess Jasmine seems bored; she longs for something interesting to do with her life besides being a princess in a castle. Finally her dad agrees to get her a job at the local school, and Jasmine soon finds out that working with all the children is not as easy as it looks. She feels overwhelmed and is ready to give up but, at the same time, doesn’t want to let her father and the people of her kingdom down.


    Bonus Features:

  • Aurora Dress-Up Game
  • Find Sahara Game
  • You’ll Never Lose This Love music video starring Princess Belle

  • Disney Princess: Enchanted Tales :: Follow Your Dreams Rating 2


    Mickey’s Adventures In Wonderland

    Mickey’s Adventures In Wonderland

    This all-new fairy tale adventure is definitely inspired by [kwlink 13132]Disney[/kwlink[/b]’s classic Alice in Wonderland movie. This DVD stars Mickey, Donald and the entire Mickey Mouse Clubhouse gang as they embark on their most majestic journey yet to a wondrous world where they encounter Tweedle Chip, Tweedle Dale and Goofy Hatter, play croquet with Queen Clarabelle and more. During their adventure they navigate giant mazes and solve mysterious riddles on their hunt for Daisy’s birthday present: a lost cuckoo bird. But will they make it back to the Clubhouse in time for Daisy’s surprise birthday party?


    Bonus Features:

  • Goofy Goes Goofy
  • Interactive Adventure Mode 1: Answer questions about colors, shapes and sizes as the story unfolds
  • Adventure Mode 2: Answer harder questions using your memory, logic and learn to tell time

  • Disney Princess: Enchanted Tales :: Follow Your Dreams Rating 2


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    Bedknobs & Broomsticks is one of my all-time fave Disney movies! I watched it over...
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