Disclosure: I received a copy of The Rise of the Guardians, along with an activity kit, for the sole purpose of this review. No other compensation was given. All opinions are 100 % my own.
Rise of the Guardians
Are you looking for something new to watch with the kids for Easter? The Rise of the Guardians made it’s way to DVD on March 12th, as it great for the whole family to watch. Even my 3 year old walks around pretending to hold teeth that the Tooth Fairy has collected when she watches the movie.
The story features a host of fantastical “guardians” that include: Jack Frost (Jude Law), the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy and Sandman. Together, the whole team must come together to battle the evil Pitch when he threatens to take over the world. He works quickly to diminish the hopes and dreams of every child in the world… thus destroying each of the guardians. They must band together to prove that there are still dreams left among the children of the world in order to save themselves.
Can they do it? Will the Guardians defeat the evil Pitch? Celebrate Easter by grabbing the [amazon_link id=”B005LAIIFS” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow” container=”” container_class=”” ]Blu-Ray or DVD bundle[/amazon_link] and find out! For a limited time you can even get the Easter pack that includes 2 hopping Easter eggs.
The single-disc DVD includes two hopping toy eggs, plus the following:
Feature film in standard definition
- Dreamers and Believers
- Sandy’s Dream Guide
- More Magic (DVD-ROM)
- Filmmakers’ Commentary
And, just for fun, here are some Rise of the Guardians coloring pages and connect-the-dot sheets to enjoy as you watch the movie. Simply click on the image to download the sheets.