November 20, 2019

Ferdinand Movie Review and FLASH Giveaway!

We went to the premier of the new kid’s movie ‘Ferdinand’ on the weekend. Here’s what you need to know before you head to the box office over the school holidays.

FERDINAND tells the story of a giant bull with a big heart. We follow his story as he grows from a gentle young buck to a full grown (yet still gentle) bull with lot’s of great story twists and turns along the way. After being mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure.

Set in Spain, Ferdinand proves you cant judge a bull by its cover.

My kids aged 9 & 5 both loved this movie and so did I! It was full of action, laughter and just the occasional sad moment that leads to a wonderful happy ending. We would highly recommend this move for the school holidays! Check out the trailer below.

Giveaway time!! We have one family pass (4 in-season tickets in each prize) to giveaway to two lucky readers. Simply comment on this blog answering the following question in 25 words or less – “What’s the most compassionate thing you’ve seen you child do?”.

Winners will be drawn on Tuesday 19th at 11:59pm. T&Cs apply, see below.

Ferdinand Movie Ticket Giveaway!

Lou x

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22 thoughts on “Ferdinand Movie Review and FLASH Giveaway!

  1. My daughter saw a child who was sitting at a bench crying. So her and her bestie went up to the girl and asked if she was OK and if she wanted to play with them.

  2. My oldest is like a mother to all her friends. She protects others from bullies and is a great role model. We are proud of her.

  3. My Daughter seen a man outside in really bad shape and she went out of her way to smile at him wish him a good day and gave him what change I had, she looked up at me and said Daddy I wish everyone could have a home for Christmas we should do something special for them daddy and so we made care packages with soaps and snacks and a sandwich or two, it really warmed my heart that she wanted to do something like that. Thank you for such an incredible opportunity good luck everyone merry christmas!!

  4. I was upset and was very frustrated with what was happening and my son came up behind me quietly, asked if I was OK and gave me the biggest hug he ever has. He is 5 and was watching TV at the time, normally he has really hard to distract from the TV but not when I really needed it

  5. My 3 year old son is always blowing my mind with how gentle, courteous and kind he is to his (sometimes difficult) 2 year old sister.

  6. my 2yr old walked up to an older lady who was looking sad, put a hand on her knee and just gave the biggest smile.

    It made this ladies day as she was missing her grandkids ❤️

  7. my 6 year old nephew took my hand and said I want to spend the day with you, because I don’t like to see you lonely while daddy and uncle Phil go out without you…so sweet compassionate and generous of his time

  8. My son is a very sensitive and compassionate child. He is always telling me he loves me and throwing his arms around me because he thinks I look like I need a hug. He’s 10. I was particularly proud of him when he was in a running race and stopped running to help up another child who had tripped over. They came last together. I nearly burst with pride.

  9. My eldest was crying the other day and my 2 year old went up to her and said “sissy what’s wrong” “stop crying” and give he a cuddle!
    Oh my heart, is so full The sweetest.

  10. My eldest was crying the other day and my 2 year old went up to her and said “sissy what’s wrong” “stop crying” and gave her a cuddle!
    Oh my heart, The sweetest.

  11. 3 year old whispered to me ‘when he grows up, he will be a superhero who disciplines those who make others upset because it’s not nice’

  12. We were sending a xmas parcel to a soldier overseas and my 4 year old daughter put in one of her favourite teddies. She wanted him to have something to cuddle at night time. Such a lovely thought

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