Tight Wad in Utah: REVIEW- Thomas & Friends: Movie Pack 3 DVD Set

Monday, April 9, 2012

REVIEW- Thomas & Friends: Movie Pack 3 DVD Set

Thanks to Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment I was able to review the Thomas & Friends: Movie Pack 3-Movie Dvd Set.  Each movie runs an hour long which makes it great for a family movie night.  My 2 year old son enjoys them the most since he has recently become a train enthusiast.  I love characters that encourage sharing, teamwork, and even imagination.  My son is constantly playing with his trains and I know that these shows have started that.

The movie pack set includes:

Thomas & Friends: Hero of The Rails
Follow Thomas as he discovers Hiro, an abandoned engine from a faraway land.  Fearing that Hiro will be scrapped, Thomas enlists the help of many friends, but mishaps, mistakes and one boastful engine could foil their rescue plans.  -Runtime 60 minutes

DVD Bonus Features
-Thomas and Spencer Racing Game
-Who's Pulling In the Station?
-"Go, Go Thomas" Karaoke Music Video

Thomas & Friends: The Great Discovery
Sodor Day is coming and all the engines are busy preparing.  When Thomas gets lost in the mountains, he discovers the old town of Great Waterton!  Soon the whole island is buzzing with the news of Thomas' discovery and restoring the old town in time for the big day.  -Runtime 61 minutes

DVD Bonus Features
"You're the Leader" Karaoke Music Video
Learn with Thomas
Behind-the-Scenes with Pierce Brosnan

Thomas & Friends: Calling All Engines
Summertime is a busy time on the Island of Sodor.  When the Steam engines and Diesels can't get along and no work is getting done, the engines are in a terrible mess!  Will the new airport be ready in time?  Will the bridge get built?  Can the engines save the day?  Find out in Calling All Engines!  -Runtime 62 minutes

DVD Bonus Features
Calling All Engines! Game
Deleted Scenes

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I received the above movie set free of charge in order to review it from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment.  All opinions are my own.  No other compensations was received.
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