Playmobil movie review feedback from the Movie Premiere at Movies@Monte.
Fun Facts about the movie:
The Director Lino DiSalvo was the Head of Animation for movie ‘Frozen’. He is a Disney veteran who spent 17 years at Walt Disney Animation Studios.
The voices of Anya Taylor-Joy, Gabriel Bateman, Daniel Radcliffe, Jim Gaffigan, Meghan Trainor and Adam Lambert are the films stars.
Anya Taylor-Joy as Marla
Gabriel Bateman as Charlie
Ryan S. Hill as 6-year-old Charlie
Jim Gaffigan as Del, the food truck driver.
Daniel Radcliffe as Rex Dasher, the secret agent and Marla’s love interest.
Meghan Trainor as the fairy-godmother
Adam Lambert as the Emperor Maximus
Kenan Thompson as the Bloodbones
Lino DiSalvo as Robotitron
Music is by Heitor Pereira.
The movie will be in cinemas on the 16th August, 2019.
There are a number of Playmobil amusement parks in certain countries that feature play areas and events. They are called FunParks and are Playmobil toys themed.
There is a CGI animated TV series inspired by Playmobil figures entitled Super 4.
Accoridng to Wikipedia: The signature Playmobil toy is a 7.5 cm (approximately 3 inches) tall (1:24 scale) human figure with a particular cherub-like smiling face, known as a “klicky”. A wide range of accessories, buildings and vehicles, as well as many sorts of animals, are also part of the Playmobil line.
When her younger brother Charlie suddenly disappears into the magical, animated universe of PLAYMOBIL®, Marla embarks on the adventure of a lifetime to bring him home. Setting off on an incredible journey through new and exciting themed worlds, Marla teams up with various strange and heroic companions, including: Del, a crazed food truck driver; Rex Dasher, a suave and fearless secret agent; a loyal and endearing robot; a hilarious fairy-godmother, and many others!https://movie.playmobil.com/en/home#about
My son and I’s experience of the premiere:
We were invited by SHANÈY and team at MomSays. We went to Movies@Monte and were greeted by friendly staff who gave us Playmobil hand tags and Playmobil toys. They had a curated list of invitees. We then walked into a room full of children and parents. A blue carpet lead to a photo booth where we took lovely pictures with an immediate Playmobil photo print.
We walked to a snack table, filled with delicious goodies. At 11:30am, we queued into the massive cinema. We were offered popcorn and cold drinks on the way.
At 12, the movie began with only 2 adverts, we watched the movie. There was singing and dancing. The movie is intriguing and fun.
Our take from the movie:
Celebrating the bond between sisterly and brotherly love. How responsibilities come in play and looking out for one another.
We also learnt that one should believe in themselves. Dream and never stop dreaming. Always have time for fun, imagination and play.
We are all heroes and can be heroes in our day to day lives by helping other people.
We also learnt the importance of working together. Every person is strong in their own might but stronger when we work together.
This was the first time my son was at the cinema for the movies and he fared pretty well. Much better than I expected. He loves TV and the gigantic screen intrigued him. He is 15 months now and followed through the movie. My son enjoyed the singing and dancing most.
I enjoyed mother and son time out of the house and we are extremely grateful to have been part of the experience.
You can watch the official trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xid2hrv3IW8
Kind regards MrsChettyLife. Read more here: MomSays/