Dad of Divas' Reviews: DVD Review - The Aviators

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

DVD Review - The Aviators

The Aviators

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About the DVD
An animated story of heroism, bravery and friendship, Brad Garrett (Finding Nemo, Ratatouille) and Jeff Foxworthy (Smurfs, Fox & The Hound) headline the family-friendly, high-flying tale, The Aviators, arriving on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD February 3 from VIVA Pictures and Cinedigm (NASDAQ: CIDM). Directed by famed animator Miquel Pujol, the unforgettable adventure features the original song “We’re Fighting For Survival,” performed by Foxworthy.

Based on a true story set during World War I, The Aviators follows the adventures of a courageous, albeit clumsy, group of pigeons and their sidekick, a resourceful engineer mouse (Foxworthy). When their small farm is turned into a military training post and communications centre for the Allies, the group of unlikely heroes enlists as carrier pigeons and bravely complete airborne missions to assist the soldiers on the battlefield. When given their biggest assignment yet, the team bands together to save the day and soar into history!

My Take on the DVD
This was a fun DVD that combines history and fiction to create a family friendly movie that, while relatively unknown (or at least it was for my family) was still heart-warming and enjoyable. The animation was strong and there were a number of well-known actors that did a great job creating characters that you will definitely remember. For me, one of the great things as a parent though that I saw was that the movie has a great moral that in the end any parent will want their child to experience.

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