Trolls World Your is available on Digital today. This movie was one of the first ones to be released online on the day that it should have been released in theaters. We rented the movie to enjoy in our home and it was a fun one. The music, dancing and comedy was on point. I can’t help it, I really enjoy Trolls. I loved the first movie and the second was really good too.
Well, I was given 5 Blu-Ray copies of the movie for a giveaway and that means you get some prizes!! All you need to do is enter through the Rafflecopter widget below and make sure that you leave a comment in the comments at the end of the post. No comment, no legit entry. Also, please see all the rules in the widget as well.
In addition to the giveaway I have some fun clips to show you and also a downloadable activity kit. Just click the image below to download a .pdf file with the activity kit. More activities can be found at https://www.dreamworks.com/movies/trolls-world-tour.
I was invited to take a look at a very special movie by Bryce Dallas Howard called Dads. I also took part in a virtual roundtable with Bryce and several Dad Bloggers and a few Moms, too. The film will be available starting June 19th on Apple TV+. I think it would be a great one to watch on your own or with your own dad. It is funny, touching and full of great stories from dads all over the world.
One of the coolest things I saw in the film was how Bryce’s grandfather, Rance Howard, influenced the writers of The Andy Griffith Show. His objection to how Ron Howard’s character of Opie was written was spot on and the changes made this a much stronger show with an excellent relationship between a father and a son. I must have watched hours and hours of re-runs of this show. I also watched Happy Days on reruns and again saw a father and son relationship that was meaningful in that of Howard Cunningham and Richie.
I’ve been a fan of Ron Howard’s work my whole life and I can see how his approach to fatherhood has shaped Bryce as a filmmaker but also as a person. She was gracious and kind with us on the call and her film touches so many lives of different dads across the world. She found amazing stories to share with all dads. I look forward to watching the film again when it arrives on Apple TV+ on June 19th.