I frequently review family friendly movies from both large production companies and indie film studios for Mommy Blog Expert. From Arc Entertainment and Kickstart Productions Canada, the new Frozen in Time DVD to be released on November 11th is good one to share with readers that children will enjoy as we head into the holidays.
The fantasy comedy revolves around brother and sister Eric and Patty who set off on an exciting adventure that literally takes them to the top of the world. Their mischief with grandpa's treasured but broken clock throws them into a time warp where Christmas Day repeats again and again -- a theme reminiscent of the blockbuster comedy picture Ground Hog Day. To stop the madness the kids must travel to the North Pole and get the clock repaired in Santa's workshop. With just under a day to go the kids and their grandfather rush off to frozen territory, get the the clock fixed and return home in time to fix Christmas.
Rated G, with a runtime of approximately 46 minutes, I think kids kindergarten and up might like this. From Arc Entertainment, the new Frozen in Time (2014) $20.99 DVD is in English and will be available as of November 11th for home viewing.
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