Tuesday, July 24, 2012

SKECHERS' Twinkle Toes DVD Review and Giveaway

Get Ready To Sparkle and Shine in Sketcher's New Movie, Twinkle Toes! Available To Own on DVD July 31st!!

One of girls' favorite characters, Grace from SKECHERS' Twinkle Toe footwear line, makes her feature film debut in this dazzling, sparkling, twinkling, all new adventure!!


Filled with music, friendship, laughter and heart, parents and their daughters will want to watch Twinkle Toes again and again!! And that is so true!! My girls had to watch it twice in a row!! Let me tell you a little about the Twinkle Toes Movie: 


She's Grace "Twinkle Toes" Hastings, the shinning star of this awesome all-new movie!! Grace has a big secret though, she gets terrible stage fright in front of anyone but her fluffy pet bunny Walter, which causes her not to want into enroll into the Art School. Her friend decided to talk to the board of the school and submits a video of Grace dancing, and grace gets a letter saying she was accepted into the school. SO now, Grace has to overcome her fears, in the process she meets some super cool friends that help her over come her stage fright. She then realizes its OK to go ahead and shine!!



Twinkle Toes DVD:
Studio: Universal Studio Home Entertainment
Language: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish and French
Run Time: 1 hour and 11 minutes
Rated: NR - Not Rated


My Thoughts:
My girls are huge fans of all cartoon movies, so I knew they would just love Twinkle Toes, and I was right!! They sat down and watched Grace in this great animated cartoon and even caught them busting a couple of dance moves!! I enjoyed watching this movie with my girls, and loved the moral theme behind this movie "To Find the Sparkle with-in"!! Perfect for children to develop their own talent and achieve their dreams!!


Over all, My girls and myself really enjoyed this movie, and I think this is a great addition to any child's Movie collection!





About Universal Studios Home Entertainment:



Universal Studios Home Entertainment is a unit of Universal Pictures, a division of Universal Studios (www.universalstudios.com). Universal Studios is a part of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production and marketing of entertainment, news and information to a global audience. NBCUniversal owns and operates a valuable portfolio of news and entertainment television networks, a premier motion picture company, significant television production operations, a leading television stationsgroup and world-renowned theme parks. Comcast Corporation owns a controlling 51% interest in NBCUniversal, with GE holding a 49% stake.



To learn more visit UniversalStudiosEntertainment.com, you can also connect with them on Facebook!!



Buy It: You can purchase The Twinkle Toes DVD on July 31st at a retailer near you! 


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Win It:
Thanks to Universal Studios Home Entertainment, one lucky reader will win a Twinkle Toes DVD!! Thanks so much Universal Studios!!


                                         GOOD LUCK :)



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*Disclaimer- I received the mention DVD for review purposes and Universal Studios Home Entertainment is sponsoring my giveaway, this did not alter my opinion of this DVD. All opinions express are mine and one hundred percent honest and true, your opinion may differ.*





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23 comments:

Sandy VanHoey said...

My grandson loves dancing and we encourage but starting to dance ourselves, them he loves to join in. My daughters use to be super bashful and I really don't how hopw they overcome it. We tried everything but they just finally outgrew it.

Sandy VanHoey said...

My grandson loves dancing and we encourage but starting to dance ourselves, them he loves to join in. My daughters use to be super bashful and I really don't how hopw they overcome it. We tried everything but they just finally outgrew it.

Marysa said...

My daugher is only 5, she hasn't taken dance, but she loves to dance at home with her little sister - they dance to music or along with Wii games.
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Anonymous said...

My daughter will dance to any kind of music!

Rocio Skinner said...

My oldest daughter has been in dance since age 3, and we've had our moments. I'm also a music teacher and encounter this with kids often. I just tell them to take a deep breath and know that they are brave for being out front, and even if someone was mean enough to say something negative about them, those people weren't brave enough to show their talents, so their opinions don't really matter

Jenny Stanek said...

My daughter performs dance shows for us right here in the living room, where she emerges from behind the curtain and performs a routine! It's wodnerful and adorable!

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Terra H. said...

Me and my kids are inspired to dance during band night at the campground on weekends. Thanks.
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Tammy Hoffa said...

the rhythm of the music

Jennifer Young said...

My 2 daughters dance whenever and wherever they can! My oldest daughter had horrible stage fright when she first joined dance class! We kept at it though and as she became more and more comfortable, she started joining in with the rest of the class and now she is a fantastic dancer and not afraid to dance in front of the entire gym full of parents!

Karen Hand said...

My grandaughter loves to dance. Both she and I love the rhythmn of the music. I found in public speaking engagements that focusing on one specific person at a time works well, which can be adapted to dancing as well.

Gina H. said...

I have two little nieces who love to dance & have ever since they could walk!

akronugurl said...

they love listening to music

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Robin O said...

I think one way to overcome stage fright is to visualize yourself shining in front of the audience. Do NOT imagine yourself tripping or forgetting any lines. Positive visualization truly helps.

Sue Hull said...

My 2 neices love to dance and love to put on shows.They're 4 and 8 yrs old.I think they're both going to be actresses,dancers or singers when they grow up.We all encourage them by clapping and telling them how awesome they are. Thanks for the giveaway!

Aimee Fontenot said...

Any kind of music makes my nieces AND nephews dance. They just like moving to the sound of the music.

vzavala8 said...

my niece has always danced but never been in a dancing team.

Jennifer said...

My advice would be to focus on just one person in the audience and try to forget the rest, and it gets easier every time!

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polly said...

my 4 year old grandson loves to dance and loves when i join in...we have the best time....he can shake his bootie!!!

Teresa Thompson said...

Me and my girls dance all the time. All it takes is some upbeat music or for one of us to bust out singing.

lsimp79 said...

My ids don't need any inspiration, as soon as they hear any kind of music or beat they are dancing!

jackie said...

Simply music for both my kids.My daughter has done dance for a couple years now and just loves it. My son who is 15 months will start wiggling and dancing to anything that even remotely sounds like music!

Kathy Goyer said...

as soon as we hear a good musical beat, we just have to dance. It comes from within.

Raina said...

A great beat just make you want to dance! My daughter loves to dance, and is very outgoing. She has never had stage fright!