Sunday, February 20, 2011

You Gno you want this

"I am not illiterate, my parents were married"

One of the first lines in the movie Gnomeo and Juliet had me laughing. Clearly the kids don't get it, but that is the point. Someone has remembered that parents sometimes have to watch these films over and over for years.

I enjoyed the sounds, the gnomes 'tink' like cement gnomes would. I laughed at the gardens of each house, to me, people don't just have one gnome, they have a garden of decorative things, and these gardens are exactly that. Over the top, ridiculous.

The dancing moments are a hit.

I am not going to tell you what happens, other than my favorite characters were the frog and the flamingo, see how you go guessing the names of each of the characters voices, they all do a smashing job...bless them to bits.

Is it suitable for all kids? No, preschoolers may be scared at times, the words idiot and shut up are used once each, there is a small reference to love not working out and ending in divorce...and the removal of the flamingos loving partner. But our sensitive little Popps was ok, Immy asked to go home about 78 times so it was clearly of no interest to her. Popps didn't really get the story line that much, but it that didn't seem to bother her.

All up, this is a great new film, perfect for primary school aged children and their parents.

If you want to win a double pass to see Gnomeo and Juliet in 3D leave me a comment here, and be a follower of this blog.

Entries close Wednesday Feb 24 at 8pm AEST and will be announced as soon as I get a chance.

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15 comments:

  1. I have been hearing (reading) raving reviews about this movie. I'd love to win tickets to see it with the babes.

    Oh, and I also thought I was already following you! Am now with GFC.

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  2. Riley wants to see this. You've sold it for me!

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  3. Any kids' movie that caters for long-suffering kids'-movie-watching-parents gets my vote.

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  4. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, my parents weren't married, I am guessing this makes me illiterate!? I should put it on my resume.!

    I want to see this movie so bad.!
    I mean... my kids want to see it... *looks suss*

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  5. I'd love to see it!

    Sounds like fun.

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  6. I love the comments that go over the tops of kiddos heads... Toy story 3 was brilliant at it.

    Oh please I need a break from Octonauts.

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  7. I so want to see this! It sounds funny, which would be perfect right now to lighten the mood around here!

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  8. I want to win the double passes. and OMG it's in 3D!

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  9. Am a follower of your fab blog. Both my boys would love to see this great movie!

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  10. Who knows gnomes can be so fun..heard good review about this movie..can't wait to bring the kiddos to watch it..if i win it will be one step closer :)

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  11. The kids will be thrill if i win this..so fingers cross... ;)

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  12. Gnemeo and Juliet..yeahh..the kids can't wait to watch it

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  13. I saw a review on this and was fascinated. The boys haven't been to the cinema since they were both newborns and so perhaps it might be a date for hubby and me?? I'm in though, and would love an excuse for an outing! xx

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  14. Yayyyyy thanks for the recommendation. We had a great fun day at the movies with our boys (4 & 2 years) yesterday. It was a great fun movie which we all enjoyed. The boys munched their way through a large box of popcorn & I was delighted with my choc top! Gotta say though, a trip to the movies these days aint cheap! Thanks again, Miss Meg xx

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