As part of the TOS Review Crew we were given Superbook: A Giant Adventure DVD via FishFlix.com to watch and review. Have you ever been wanting to find wholesome entertainment for the whole family? Maybe you have a wide range of ages in your house or have a large family and going to the theater is out of the question. This is were FishFlix.com comes in and saves the day!
While perusing their site I saw tons of deals on dvd’s and blu-ray disks from 20%-90% off. They offer tons of quality films by a variety of director’s in all sorts of genre. They even have a section of $5 DVDs. With everything from kid classics like Veggie Tales to big budget blockbusters like War Room or Woodlawn to fantastic television series such as When Calls the Heart, you’re sure to find exactly what your looking for at amazing prices.
One of the big things that is a real bonus for my family is the ways you can pay on FishFlix.com! They accept Paypal, Amazon, and credit cards! This is super exciting for us since we get paid by clients via Paypal and I earned digital commissions from Amazon from various promotions. This means that I can order some DVD’s without dipping into our household budget. SCORE! I am as frugal as they come and really hate to spend money on movies so this really is huge for my movie loving family.
I also noticed the large selection of movies in other languages such as German, Turkish, Portuguese, French, and Spanish. I saw movies like Pilgrim’s Progress, The Cross and the Switchblade, and The Story of the Selfish Giant all available in more than one language.
We all really enjoyed Superbook: A Giant Adventure. I liked the way they presented the story of David and Goliath and used it to convey the message of using the talents God has given each of us for the purpose of glorifying God. This was our first introduction to the Superbook series. This particular episode of Superbook retells the story of David and Goliath. I was especially pleased with the way they handled the action scenes. They were true to the Biblical accounts (which are pretty violent), but without being graphic and still remaining family-friendly.
The “Extras” section of the DVD also contained a “Learn to Draw David” bonus feature that the kids really enjoyed. Princess doesn’t have quite the knack for drawing and sketching like Eldest does but with enough pausing was able to complete her drawing of David! I am really amazed at how good the end result was. This extra feature is great for us who homeschool and like to incorporate multiple subjects in each and every activity that we do.
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