4th June: New on DVD for Families

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Each week we tell you about our favourite new DVD releases for young kids to teens, under the age of 18.

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Two great films out this week on DVD!

FILMCLUB DVD Film of The Week:

Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer (2011, PG)

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Director: John Schultz

Cast: Jordana Beatty, Heather Graham, Preston Bailey, Parris Mosteller

The young heroine of Megan McDonald’s books is looking forward to a “thrilladelic” summer with her best friends when she suddenly finds herself facing a lonely holiday with only her younger brother Stink for company.

Enter wacky Aunt Opal, dead set on making this the best summer ever for her young niece. But will moody Judy let her…? Those not familiar with the flame haired (and fiery-tempered) Judy won’t be too out of step with this, it’s pretty universal stuff: irritating younger siblings, the fear of dull holidays and the joy of a batty relative intent on cheering you up.

Good, if forgettable and a reminder of everything that is brilliant (and sometimes not so brilliant) about the summer holidays. Enjoy with your whole family for maximum fun!

This film contains mild scenes of danger.

Like this? Then also try these great films: Matilda (1996, PG); The Parent Trap (1998, PG); Harriet The Spy (1996, PG); Uncle Buck (1989, 12)

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Go on the next page to find out more about Big Miracle, starring Drew Barrymore


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Each week we tell you about our favourite new DVD releases for young kids to teens, under the age of 18.

Missed a previous week? Then click here for more releases.

Click here for more film news, interviews and updates.

Big Miracle (2012, PG)

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Director: Ken Kwapis

Cast: Drew Barrymore, Kristen Bell, John Krasinski

A feel-good romance with an ecological message, this Hollywood drama was inspired by a real campaign to free some whales that got into bother. Set in small-town Alaska, the film sees news reporter Adam(John Krasinski) set out to save a family of whales that have become trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle, with the help of his ex-girlfriend Rachel (Drew Barrymore), a Greenpeace volunteer.

Needing to cut a path through the frozen mass to the ocean, they rally everyone they can for help, from the locals right up to the government, which is reluctant to help with the rescue.
A film with an important environmental message and a charming love story, perfect to settle down with in front of the TV – shows just what amazing creatures whales are.

Like this? Then also try these great films: Atlantis (), Fly Away Home (), Free Willy (), Into the Wild (), Encounters at the End of the World ()

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