I have a confession to make… I’m a stalker… a postman stalker!!
Thats right, I have been stalking my postman daily this past week, whenever I hear that roar of his little postie bike, I go racing outside and wait in anticipation to see if we get any mail… This week I did in the form of my very first DVD to review!!! I was so excited when I was one of the lucky ones to be chosen to review this yet to be released new Disney Channel Movie called Lemonade Mouth. Lemonade Mouth is released nationally on June 1st.
I will admit to you when I first heard the name, I was a little skeptical about it, I mean I’m a High School Musical fan so I was hoping this next Disney Movie would live up to the same standards, and I’m happy to report it did!
So let me set the picture…. It was just the Hazman and Myself home alone…the big boy was at school and the other littlies having a day trip down and Aunty B’s so after a hard morning putting the figures into Quicken, we decided to take a break and sit down with a nice cold Sprite (aka Lemonade!) to watch this movie!
The story is based on these 5 high school social misfit teenagers who for some reason of another find themselves stuck in detention one afternoon and while cleaning the music room decide to form a band (like you do!!) and Lemonade Mouth is born.
The main force behind the band forming is Stella Yamada played by Hayley Kiyoko, who along with Olivia White (played by Bridgit Mendler), Mo Banjaree (played by Disney UK star Naomi Scott), Wen Gifford (played by Adam Hicks) and Blake Michael (played by Charlie Delgado, aka the next Zac Efron!).
With original lyrics, these songs are sure to get you up and dancing, or the tunes stuck in your head in the days ahead! You never know, you could be like me and be in the kitchen preparing dinner and rocking out with a little air guitar with the kids while the music’s playing (sorry, no recording of that!) Be sure to listen to song below, trust me you will be singing it tomorrow!)
I’m impressed how the movie has showcased the different personalities and differences of the characters that through their music they can stand up for their beliefs and overcome social struggles.
Ideally this movie would be great for the 9-15 age brackets, which as much as it might be a little young for my kiddies, Hazman and I loved dancing around to the music!
For all you Foxtel/Austar viewers you can catch Lemonade Mouth this weekend on Disney Channel on Saturday at 6:30pm! Be sure to catch it with the kids!
Since I loved this movie that much you are probably wondering…What’s in it for ME??
WELL… One lucky reader of my blog here will WIN themselves a copy of this DVD
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“If you were to start a band in detention at school, what would you call yourselves?!”
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Thats it! Easy Peasy, that was Easy! My first review done!
Disclosure: I received a complimentary review copy of the DVD courtesy of Disney Channel via Digital Parents. No financial payment was offered nor accepted for this post. All opinions expressed are purely my own.