We love Disney movies in my family, I was raised loving Disney movies and sharing those same movies that I grew up loving is something I enjoy doing with my kids. Recently I was sent 3 amazing movies, that I loved when I was a kid, that I can now share with my own kids on Blu-Ray! I was sent The Sword in the Stone, Oliver and Company, and Robin Hood! With The Sword in the Stone, I always found this to be a great fantasy movie. I have always loved the story of Camelot, and with the Sword in the Stone, it brings the story into a whole new light and explains it at a level that is not only very entertaining, but also in a way that kids can follow and understand. I love all of the magic that Merlin displays. I also find that it is very exciting, especially for kids, to find that even a kid can do amazing things that others can not, like when the orphan Arthur, who was just a squire, pulls the sword from the stone, which many strong men had tried doing, and becomes the heir to the throne! With the Blu-Ray of The Sword in the Stone, you get a video quality like no other that I can remember, and the extras that come with this movie are always a huge plus! The new alternative opening is great, and the music with the sing a longs is a lot of fun to share with the entire family!
With the Blu-Ray copy of Oliver and Company, I found this to be a great upbeat movie for the family. I always found Oliver to be a very adorable little kitty. I can remember when I went to see Oliver and Company in the theater when it first came out in 1988, and the story of the adorable orphaned kitten, taking on the rough streets of New York, is still a favorite when I watch it all over again with my kids! Oliver, finds himself being taken in by a pack of dogs and a human as their owner. They live a shady life, and find themselves in a bind to keep their master safe, while being bullied by some dobermans. Oliver then accidentally finds himself in the lap of luxury, which his shady master sees as a way to get money. I have always loved Oliver and Company, and seeing my kids fall in love with that adorable kitten Oliver like I did when I was little, is great! I also love the picture quality, which really makes this movie so much better when you watch it on Blu-Ray. Other great features of this Blu-Ray include two bonus shorts, the Disney Animated Animals, as well as our favorite bonus, the Disney Sing Along!
Then with the Blu-Ray Robin Hood, you get a love story classic that is one that I can watch over and over again, and enjoy it each time! Aside from the great collection of Disney Princess movies with the love stories, you get a different princess, Maid Marian. With this movie, you get the cunning Robin Hood, who’s heart belongs to the lovely Maid Marian. In his way is the rotten Prince John and the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, who have it out for Robin Hood. Robin Hood is not alone, with the help of his friends, he finds ways to outsmart Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham in order to win the heart of Maid Marian. This is another story that has been told different ways, but with the Disney version, it is told in a way that my kids can follow and understand as well as enjoy! With the bonus features on this Blu-Ray you get never before seen story line, Love Letters, which I really enjoyed watching, as well as an alternate ending and the Disney sing along that my kids really look forward to on these Disney Blu-Rays!! All three of these amazing classic Disney movies are now available to bring home today and share with your family!
This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.
I'd really like for my grandchildren to see some of these. I know they haven't seen Oliver & Company and I think they'd love that
My son, now 24, has been creating his own Disney movie library since he was young. Technology keeps changing and his library needs to change with it. These will be great Christmas gifts to upgrade from DVDs. Thanks for the heads up!
my parents still have mine and my sisters Disney library on VHS at their house, when my kids go to visit they have no idea what to do with those, lol
These were three of my favorite movies when I was growing up! I am glad I am now able to share them with my own children.
I love these movies for my sweet little nephews!