This gallery of Christmas gifts guide ideas covers DVDs and CDs. London Mums have listed some of the best releases to inspire you with what to buy for yourself or your little ones.
Disney Inside Out
One of the best Disney films in 2015 which I predict will win an Academy Award in 2016. My 9 year old son has watched it twice in 2 days and said that he liked it because 'finally Disney has made a film which is completely different from what we know already'. Read London Mums' film critic Freda Cooper's reviewhere.
Everyone’s favourite goggle-wearing, yellow sidekicks are on DVD this Christmas. You can read our film critic Freda Cooper's review of MINIONShere. MINIONS begins at the dawn of time, following the Minions as they evolve through the ages, serving the most despicable of villains along the way. Despite their best efforts, they struggle to keep their evil bosses for long, and ultimately fall into a deep depression when they can’t find a new master to serve.
Thankfully, one courageous Minion named Kevin steps in to save the day with his two unlikely sidekicks – teenage rebel and wannabe rock-star Stuart, and the hapless yet lovable little Bob. They embark upon a thrilling journey that ultimately leads them to their next potential boss. Their quest sees them travel from frigid Antarctica to 1960’s New York City, finally ending in London, where they must face their biggest challenge to date – saving all of Minion kind from obliteration.
JENNIFER LOPEZ: DANCE AGAIN
Take home the incredible story of Jennifer Lopez’s first world tour with Jennifer Lopez: Dance Again, available on DVD and Digital HD now. Go behind the scenes as the tour travels to 65 cities across five continents, delighting one million ecstatic fans with the biggest hits which rocketed her to worldwide stardom, including Get Right, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, I’m Into You, I’m Real, All I Have and Dance Again.Jennifer Lopez: Dance Again offers an insight into one of the most famous entertainers in the world, combining high-energy musical performances with a raw and candid look at Lopez’s personal and professional life over a defining six?month period. Special behind-the-scenes moments capture the challenge of going on her first world tour with her two young children, parents and closest friends in tow, beginning in South America and ending in Puerto Rico, where she held her first concert 11 years earlier.
Perfect DVD for this Christmas for JLO fans.
HOT PURSUITHot pursuit is a relaxing comedy starring Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara.
For a moment during the holidays when you don't want to use your brain too much! Check London mums' film critic Freda Cooper's Reviewhere.
CBeebies TV Presenter Andy Day CD for children
Andy Day, star of the CBeebies show, Andy’s Dinosaur Adventures has launched his first album of children’s songs in collaboration with music producer pals Rob and Dan from Bunkersonix, the team behind many of the CBeebies and CBBC theme tunes.
Titled, Who Invited this Lot, and performed by Andy and his band, Andy and the Odd Socks, the 11 tracks are joyful.
Each song is a mini-story featuring children’s favourite characters from Battle Robot Rapper to Dinosaur Football Legend Mega Match. Guest vocalists include Andy’s TV co-stars Katy Ashworth and Sid Sloane as well as children from Hotwells Primary School in Bristol. The album costs £7.99 or 99p a track and is available to buy from iTunes and Andy’s website, www.andyday.tv
For a flavour of the album check out the music video to title track Odd Sox
Monica Costa founded London Mums in September 2006 after her son Diego’s birth together with a group of mothers who felt the need of meeting up regularly to share the challenges and joys of motherhood in metropolitan and multicultural London. London Mums is the FREE and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London http://londonmumsmagazine.com and you can connect on Twitter @londonmums
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