December 9, 2013

The Peacefulness of Flying a Kite and Mary Poppins

Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke bring this timeless classic Mary Poppins 50th Anniversary edition for the first time on Blu-ray and DVD on December 10th. Enjoy a spoonful of all-new digital restoration in this musical number that will make you want to tap your feet. I am sure this movie will bring back lots of memories for you, as it did for us. It is a wonderful movie to watch with the whole family.
Bonus highlights include: “Mary-oke” an interactive segment that allows viewers to sing-along with famous songs from the film, “Becoming Mr. Sherman,” Saving Mr. Banks’ Jason Schwarzman reveals what it was like to take on the shoes of famed Disney musician Richard Sherman and the making of the Broadway musical. 
In the end of the movie when everyone were outside to fly kites, it reminded me of my own childhood and times with my children during the summer when we make and fly kites. I think flying a kite is a pleasant and a peaceful activity to do for people of all ages. 
It also brought back good memories of the time we spent flying kites and watching the colourful kites soaring the sky above us at Galle Face in Colombo, Sri Lanka.  
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  1. This is one of my favourite Julie Andrews movies!

  2. I have always been a fan of Mary Poppins :) (Judy Cowan)

  3. I remember seeing this movie as a child and I loved it.

  4. classic family movie

  5. This is a classic. I still sing those songs to this day.

    (Debbie W)

  6. classic, one of my favourites growing up :) I sing a spoonful of sugar to my kids when i need to get them to take their medicine when they are sick lol

  7. oh my the memories . I remember watching this with my mom when I was little


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