The Good Dinosaur DVD Giveaway and Review

There Isn’t a Pixar movie we don’t like, so of course we had to see The Good Dinosaur” and once again we weren’t disappointed.

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“The Good Dinosaur” asks the question: What if the asteroid that destroyed the dinosaurs missed and they never became extinct?  Pixar Animation Studios takes us on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend while grieving the death of his father. Arlo and his human friend Spot take on a jouney and travel through a harsh environment which helps Arlo discovered what he’s truly capable of.

Animation Perfection

As always the animation is perfection like any other Pixar movie, but for The Good Dinosaur, the director went above and beyond and used 3D clouds, when watching the film you wouldn’t think is an animated film, the landscape looks extremely real!

Strong Message

The Good Dinosaur delivers a very strong and important message to children and some adults who are still struggling with some fears.When Arlo and Spot make their way through the great outdoors they learn the importance of dealing with your fears, confronting them instead of avoiding them. This a great lesson for my boys who are 7 & 8 and are dealing with some fears. The Good Dinosaur taught them, once you confront your fears they’re gone and you’ll be a stronger person. It will also make the kids think about “Their mark in this world” Who would they like to be remember for? Who would they like to be?

THE GOOD DINOSAUR dvd giveaway and review

Enter to win The Good Dinosaur Giveaway!

The Good Dinosaur is a great movie for the whole family and it comes out on in Blu-ray 3D +Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD on February 23rd 2016, but you can win (1) copy here!

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1) On the comment box below tell me, “How do you teach your children to deal and confront  their fears?”

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Giveaway will be open until February 26th 2016 at 9:00pm PST. Winner will be selected via and will be notified via email. Winner has 24 hours to respond to our notification before another winner will be selected. Giveaway is open to winners in the US only, 18 years or older.

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  1. Carol W says:

    I try to have my kids talk about their fears. Sometimes it’s just that they don’t know how things will go and the unknown is the worst part. thanks

  2. Jordan says:

    I tell our little one that they are blessed and strong! Thank you! :)

  3. Leigh Anne says:

    We encouyrage our kids to overcome their fears by facing them and not running from them. Since they are younger, we tend to read books(childrens books) to help them get the idea.

  4. Emily Smith says:

    We always encourage our three boys to talk to us (preferably) or their grandparents about their fears. That way we can figure out the best way to help them confront or embrace their fears.

  5. Derek says:

    I try to get them to get over their fears gradually.

  6. Allyson Becker says:

    Trust in God, and there is nothing that you cannot conquer.

  7. D Gonzalez says:

    I do whatever I am asking my kids to first. If I can do it, they can do it. Works like a charm. Teach by example.

  8. rich morris says:

    I open up and tell them about times that i was afraid but kept taking a step forward.

  9. I tell them that they can always talk to me or someone close about their fears and reassure them that nothing is usually as hard as it seems.

  10. Jessica K. says:

    My daughter is still young, but I try to make her feel like she is above her fears. Like when she tells me she is afraid of monsters, first I tell her there are no monsters and mommy will keep her safe but that if she does see a monster than she can just beat them up, and then practice punching and kicking. That sounds really bad- lol- I just want her to know she can protect herself and that she shouldn’t hide from her fears but she can face them on her own.

  11. Jamie scott says:

    I teach my kids how to confront their fears by setting an example.

  12. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I have always confonted my kids’ fears through stories, especially fairy tales.

  13. Cynthia C says:

    I always let them take baby steps and confront fears gradually. I always let them know I was right there with them.

  14. Robin says:

    I tell my son not to be excited, we just need to visualize the solution to the problem.

  15. heather s says:

    We talk about our problems and let them know we are there for them and that they are not alone

  16. Keri Justice says:

    I help my kids to face their fears and let them know that I am here for them to help and guide them!

  17. Danielle D says:

    They learn what to fear and what not to fear by doing and learning each moment of time.

  18. Ashley C says:

    I encourage them to do things that scare them and ask them about why they are scared and try to reassure them about those fears.

  19. Jocelyn C. says:

    I try to help them verbalize what their fear is, and then reassure that it’s unfounded.

  20. susan smoaks says:

    i tell the kids to pray for comfort and strength in times of fear. i also show them how i am brave in times of fear. i like to try to lead by example.

  21. Jason F says:

    I tell them to talk about it and they do not get laughed at for tears.

  22. Shannon says:

    I encourage them, make sure they know I’m here for them and even though it’s hard encourage them to try to solve the issue on their own.

  23. Aubrey says:

    I teach my children that sometimes they will fail but to get up and try again.

  24. Ashley Shearer-Ricci says:

    We talk about my daughters fears, and try to find fun and interesting ways of getting over them.

  25. Susan Smith says:

    They learn what to fear and what not to fear by doing and learning each moment of time.

  26. Ed says:

    This was an enjoyable film.

  27. Allison Laughlin says:

    I don’t have children yet, but I would stand beside them as they faced their fears to let them know that even though it’s scary, I’m right there to help them through it.

  28. Philip Lawrence says:

    By example and by talking with them about their fears.

  29. amy williams says:

    I let them know they can talk to us about anything and then try to work through it with them

  30. allison says:

    i encourage a lot of prayer! thanks so much for the chances to win.

  31. Cynthia R says:

    A lot of times I’ll join them and do it with them so they can see how fun it is.

  32. Stephanie Larison says:

    I assure them they can do anything they put their mind to, that fear is only there when it’s something you’re not familiar with. I’m there with them to help them through it.

  33. Pam O says:

    I taught my son that the only thing to fear is fear itself. He can do anything he puts his mind too and I will always be there to catch him.

  34. Leela says:

    I let them know it’s usually worse than it really is and show them.

  35. I let them know that the fears get better if they just confront them first.

  36. Laurie Emerson says:

    They tell me and then we sit together and talk about how we can conquer the fears together.

  37. Mariaelena says:

    By letting them know everyone has fears and they can overcome anything! :)

  38. Buddy Garrett says:

    We talk with them about their fears and the best way to face them.

  39. AEKZ2 says:

    I teach my children to face their fears by talking about it first. We try to figure out why they’re fearful, then we figure out a solution.