Lilo & Stitch, Atlantis, Emperor’s New Groove 2-Movie Collections on Blu-Ray & DVD (Giveaway)

Jennifer here to share with you about an amazing giveaway from Disney! We were not compensated to write this but provided copies to give away to you!

One of my most favorite Disney movies is Lilo & Stitch, so when we were contacted and asked if we wanted to do a giveaway, we said YES! Disney just released 3 new movie collections just in time for the summer.

The Emperor’s New Groove

The Emperor’s New Groove” and “Kronk’s New Groove” available June 11, 2013 for the first time ever on Blu-ray hi-definition, in a 2 movie collection. The 3-disc Blu-ray Combo Pack includes both feature films on a single Blu-ray disc plus each film on individual DVDs.

The fun begins with “The Emperor’s New Groove,” featuring an all-star cast and Academy Award®-nominated music by Sting (Best Music, Original Song, Sting, 2000). When the young and spoiled Emperor Kuzco (voice of David Spade) is transformed into a llama by his sinister advisor Yzma (voice of Eartha Kitt) and her henchman Kronk (voice of Patrick Warburton), it takes a thoughtful peasant named Pasha (voice of John Goodman) to restore the kingdom and show Kuzco just how much fun it is to be true to yourself.

Then audiences can continue the fun with “Kronk’s New Groove.” The outrageous sequel stars Yzma’s hilarious henchman Kronk in a riotous adventure that’s filled with hysterical mayhem and mishaps. Kronk cooks up a get-rich quick scheme to impress his Dad. But when things go wrong, Kronk kicks into comical high gear and discovers that the true riches in life are his friends and being “true to your groove.”

These two comedy classics are king-size fun for the entire family and better than ever on Disney Blu-ray!

Atlantis

Atlantis: The Lost Empire” and “Atlantis: Milo’s Return” — debut June 11, 2013!  From the creators of Disney’s “The Lion King” and “Beauty and the Beast the exciting Disney animated features take audiences under the sea on action-packed voyages of adventure and discovery.

This must-own 2-Movie Collection is filled with stunning visual effects that come to life like never before in digitally restored high definition picture and sound.  These captivating stories of friendship and teamwork are available as a 3-disco Blu-ray Combo Pack which includes both films on a single Blu-ray disc plus each film on individual DVDs.

Set a course for adventure as Milo Thatch and his fearless crew dive into the mysteries of the sea.  The group’s underwater expedition brings them face-to-face with gigantic sea monsters, spectacular spirits and the mythical land of Atlantis while they discover the power of friendship and teamwork.  Loaded with thrills and stunning visual effects, this sensational 2-Movie Collection takes audiences on an unforgettable voyage they’ll want to experience over and over again!

Lilo & Stitch

Available June 11, 2013 for the first time on Blu-ray with perfect picture and sound, the “Lilo & Stitch” and “Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch” movies are hours of fantastic fun in one incredible collection! The 3-disc Blu-ray Combo Pack includes both feature films on one Blu-ray disc plus each film on individual DVDs.

“Lilo and Stitch” is the story of Lilo, a lonely little girl, and Stitch the mischievous little creature from outer space. When Stitch crash-lands in Hawaii, Lilo adopts him as her pet, but he soon turns her world upside down. Stitch takes Hawaii by storm, wreaking havoc and hanging ten while he evades the alien bounty hunters who are after him, and also learning about loyalty and friendship. Featuring six original Elvis Presley songs, “Lilo and Stitch” is fun for the entire family.

The laughter continues in the hysterical sequel “Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch.” As Stitch  settles into life with his human family it appears his molecular makeup is out of whack and his friendship with Lilo is threatened as a result. Lilo and her friends must find a way to restore his “goodness” level before he ruins everything, including Lilo’s big hula competition – the same competition her mother won years before.

Discover that “ohana” means family, and celebrate the unbreakable bonds of friendship like never before with these two unforgettable movies on Disney Blu-ray for the first time!

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Comments

  1. Matt Stringham says

    We ask her about her day. Then when she says something like, I went to the park, we ask what did you do at the park. Essentially we just keep asking questions and questions until the conversation is going well.

  2. says

    We have to actually tell our kids to stop talking and eat lol, especially our 8yr old. They haven’t yet reached the age when they don’t want to tell their parents anything :)

  3. Donna W. says

    First we talk about general things then eventually will touch on the subject that needs talked about.

  4. Heather says

    My kids always like to share their day. All you have to do is ask one simple question and their off!

  5. Sindy Murray says

    The adults star talking about their day first to easy up kids.The kids then start joining the conversation.

  6. Beth Essex says

    We talk about everything. I love taking them one on one while I run errands and talk with them while we are both trapped in the car. Lol

  7. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says

    We’ve never had trouble getting them to talk…its harder to get them to talk one at a time! Usually we go around the table and ask everyone how their day was.

  8. Holly Messana says

    We start by doing a round robin of each person telling each other about their day…..tons of conversations go from there

  9. Addison Kat says

    We ask them about their day or even random questions like, what’s your favorite superhero and why?

  10. says

    To get my son to talk to us at dinner time we always go around the dinner table every night and ask each person his/her Pit & Peak. Which means what was the worse thing and then the best thing that happened to you today. It’s a fun game. Thank-you for a great giveway :)

  11. Jeanna says

    Sometimes it’s like pulling teeth, but I usually start by asking if they had a good day, followed by what they had for lunch. Once they get started it’s usually ok!

  12. Rita says

    I don’t have kids but my fiance and I talk all through dinner. I have to turn the TV off since I usually have it on when I cook and ask about his day at work and what he is working on. Then I tell him about my day. We talk about plans for the upcoming days and weekend.

  13. says

    my grandkids are 5, 4 and 10 months so there is no problem at this point getting them to talk. Its more to get them to stop talking long enough to eat.

  14. says

    We don’t allow electronics at the dinner table so that helps with the conversation. We usually ask them to share their favorite and worst parts of the day. That’s usually enough to get the conversation started.

  15. Kerrie Mayans says

    I tell them about my day and ask specific questions about theirs. Also we have an electronics ban at the dinner table. You have to put all video games, phones and kindles away before coming to eat.

  16. Jennifer C. says

    We don’t have issues getting them to talk about things, usually one of them will just start talking about something and the others will chime in about the topic.

  17. Dayna Wilson says

    The harder thing would be getting my kid NOT to talk to me at dinner time :) Luckily, we have no trouble communicating.

  18. says

    The question should be, how do I get my son to stop talking and eat at dinner time? Lol, all he does is talk. :) But some advice would be, no TVs on, and no cell phone at the dinner table.

  19. Jamie Brigham says

    My youngest is 3 but my older two have always talked at dinner time, we started this when they were very young, like Head Start- Kindergarten age. It’s important to start young so they don’t think it’s weird or feel out of place. It’s important to be involved in your children’s lives, studies have shown that children raised in this environment have a more successful school time and adult life.

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