I haven’t accepted a home movie review for a few months, I’ve been passing them off to contributors. It’s not that all the sudden I don’t like movies, I still ADORE watching movies. I just haven’t had any time to watch any movies. When the offer to review The Muppets Wocka Wocka Value Pack came up, I just felt like I had to accept it. We took our kids to see The Muppets in the theater and they liked it. I think I’m raising two movie addicts to follow in my footsteps. As soon as it came in the door they wanted to watch it, but I was saving it for a rainy day. The Wocka Wocka Value Pack, which includes the movie on Blu-ray high-definition, DVD and Digital Copy (3 discs) plus a download card which allows fans to own all the songs from the film’s hugely popular soundtrack from Walt Disney Records.
On Wednesday of last week a job came up for me. A very good job and Andrew had to work really really late that night, so I was left with two kids, and needed something to occupy their time with. The Muppets! The Muppets came to my rescue. I told both kids that I had to work and that I’d be on the phone upstairs. I put on the Muppets and not a sound came from them until the very end of the movie. They still loved it. Want to hear another benefit to letting the kids watch The Muppets. I get to hear Zoe singing, “Life’s a Happy Song”. I love hearing her sing and seeing her smile when she’s happy.
I still haven’t had a chance to sit down and watch The Muppets with them. My husband watched it the other night with the kids while I was baby sitting and he said that it has a really cool feature. When you hit pause, it goes into intermission. He had to stop the movie because someone came to the door and he thought the kids restarted it on their own, which would have been fine, but they didn’t. It was just The Muppets entertaining you with some silly intermission scenes.
The Muppets “Feel the Hunger”….
We received The Muppets to this review.