Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Quality Children's Entertainment with a Positive Message
My six-year-old daughter gave me the following review of our latest children's DVD.
Hermie: Skeeter and the Mystery of the Lost Mosquito Treasure
The lost mosquito treasure was given by the father to Skeeter and Sinclair, Skeeter's brother mosquito. Sinclair is really amazing, but Skeeter feels like he's not so amazing.
The two brothers found the treasure, which was in two chests. Sinclair opens the first one and there's only a note. It says at the bottom: "P.S. I left you something that you both love in the other chest." They find out that it's Ooey-Gooey Butter Cakes from Bismarck.
Sinclair learns that nobody is perfect. Skeeter learns that God loves him even though he has a stinger that's all crooked.
The best thing about the movie is that they learn a lesson.
My favorite part of the movie is when they find the treasure because it looked like pound cake.
My friends Austin and Amber would like the movie because it's funny. When Skeeter runs into the raspberry tree, the raspberries fall down on his head.
To her comments, I'll add that she has watched this movie several times and likes it just as much as her favorite DVDs from Disney.