Disney is releasing Pinocchio this week. You know how Disney works. They like to pull many of their movies from retailers and store them in their magical vault. Then they release the titles again many years later. This time around, Disney is releasing Pinocchio in stores. And for the first time ever, Pinocchio is available in Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere. That means you can cut the cord and watch the film anywhere without strings. Cool, right? I also like the digital HD option because I don’t have to find a place to store the film. After a couple of decades of collecting DVDs and Blu-rays, I have run out of space on my bookcase. BTW, I received a movie kit for writing this review. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.
Two of my kids and I saw a screening of The Odd Life of Timothy Green last week. We enjoyed the movie very much. It’s delightful and a great family movie. The Odd Life of Timothy Green (Walt Disney Pictures) opens in theaters today. Below is a quick summary of the film. Continue reading for the full movie review of The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
The 411 for The Odd Life of Timothy Green
|The story||A boy magically enters the life of a married, but childless couple|
|Appropriateness for children||It’s fine for children. No violence, sexual content or bad language that I can recall.|
|Release date||August 15, 2012|
|Rating||Rated PG for mild thematic elements and brief language|