Movie Review: Koala Kid….

My kids love kids t.v. Like, love, love, love, love, love kids t.v.  If I let them, they would watch kids t.v all day. Seriously.  They just cannot get enough of it.
I think its in their genes. Seriously.  When I was waiting for Whirlwind to arrive on my mat leave,  all I pretty much did was watch Gilmore Girls. 
I love that t.v show. Like, love, love, love, love, love that show.  If I could, I would watch that television show all day. Seriously.  I just cannot get enough of it.
Whoa.

Freaky.

Any who….

Even though my kids love watching kid t.v shows, movie watching is pretty much a disaster at our home.
Does this happen to anyone else?
My kids don’t have the attention span for it.  They usually do really well until something scary happens and in this case there is scary crocodile named Bog.

Don’t get me wrong, they were scared, I wasn’t. I can handle a cartoon crocodile.  And really, he wasn’t scary.  

At all. 

But, my daughter can be a tad dramatic  I think she pulls that routine for the cuddle.  And I happily accept “the cheap cuddle”.

 

So this is what the Big Kahuna’s want me to tell you about the movie….
Koala Kid
Journey down under and meet a whole new breed of hero in this laugh-filled, action-packed animated adventure with an all-star voice cast, including Rob Schneider, Tim Curry and Alan Cumming. Johnny (Schneider) is a rare white koala bear who just wants to fit in and make friends. But when a twist of fate mistakenly transforms him into a fearless protector of animals, called “Koala Kid,” Johnny finds himself in over his head on a thrilling trek across the outback. With help from his hilarious new sidekicks, including a crafty Tasmanian devil, a lovable lizard and a boomerang-flinging female koala, Johnny may just outwit a villainous crocodile named Bog (Cumming) and become a true hero after all.

And if you want to get it and I think you should, it came out yesterday and don’t run all over town looking for it just go to Walmart because that is where its exclusively available.
Disclaimer:  I received only copy of  “Koala Kid”  for the purpose of this review.  No cash’ola  The above opinions are my own. 

4 thoughts on “Movie Review: Koala Kid….

  1. It’s hard to say no to anything with Tim Curry…but you promise this isn’t lame? The animation isn’t painful to look at or anything? Pinkie Promise?

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