Tag: Warner Brothers

A Review of Argo

My dad was visiting from abroad and stayed with us for  a few days. On an evening we had to find something to do that suited both him and Me and Oh. So, a film night! Argo is a film hubby has waited for ages to watch. My dad and I had heard of it …

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Review – Scooby Doo: Mask of the Blue Falcon

You always want your children to like things that you liked. There are some characters that re-appear from Mummy and Daddy’s childhood in your children’s viewing, that you hope you will be able to enjoy together! Warner Brothers brought out a new DVD on 18th February, Scooby Doo: Mask of the Blue Falcon! A classic …

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Sammy’s Great Escape – Trailer Launch

Warner Brother’s have done it again with another fab family release!  This is a great follow up to ‘Turtle’s Tale’, so you will recognise the characters and you will meet the second generation too! Sammy and Ray, leatherback turtles and friends forever, are enjoying an atoll’s water and sand, shepherding new hatchlings Ricky and Ella …

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A Warner Brothers Christmas

So it is nearly Christmas and there is nothing better to lead up to the big day, than a nice night cosying up with the family to watch a film.  So you can imagine how excited I was when this beautiful little lot arrived! So one for the whole family, one to watch with Daddy …

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Warner Brothers

The summer is officially over with the changing of the clocks this weekend. I am not that happy about it. Although there are plenty of things I love about this time of year, Bonfire Night, mushy peas and mint sauce, the run up to Christmas and lots of Duvet Days, I don’t like the dark …

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Warner Brothers UltraViolet (Inc Competition)

This competition is now closed! The winner is sue willshee  (@piperanddaisy) Please email me on writingsramblingsandreviews@hotmail.co.uk to claim your prize! When I recently attended the Brit Mums Conference I got to chat to the lovely people from Warner Brothers!  For a film loving family like us (nothing better than a duvet day watching family films) it …

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