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Saturday, May 18, 2013

MVP:Most Valuable Primate 1 and MVP:Most Verticle Primate 2 review



"When Jack, a sign language-speaking chimp, is sold to a research lab, he makes a break for freedom – and ends up stranded in the frozen northlands. Befriended by two teens, Jack’s talent for ice skating soon turns him into the local hockey team’s secret weapon. Now, playoffs are in full swing. The lab officials are closing in. And Jack has one chance to prove that when it comes to skating away with the affections of an entire town, he doesn’t monkey around!"



We LOVE animal movies around here. Particularly TALKING animal movies. Though MVP: Most Valuable Primate and MVP2: Most Vertical Primate does not have TALKING animals, they are still adorable movies…and the chimp does, in fact, talk- just by signing.


The general gist of the movie is they find out that the chimp can play hockey and skateboard (in the second) so they allow him to do so. They are both great movies and just perfect for our family movie nights. My oldest little man was amazed at all of the things that the chimp can do in these movies, and again- my youngest enjoyed spending time with his brother watching the funny and clever movies! 


"From the makers of Air Bud, the Most Valuable Playmate is going vertical! Jack is back, and this time he’s traded in his hockey skates for a skateboard! When the beloved chimp is framed for something he didn’t do, he ends up lost and alone in a strange city. Befriended by Ben, a shy skateboard kid, Jack reveals a hidden talent for totally awesome skateboard tricks!"
If your children love animal movies as much as my little guy does, then you should totally check MVP and MVP2 out! They are available at Walmart for only $9.99 and on Amazon for less! Click the links above links to go directly to Amazon's listing. 


Paige


Disclosure: I received above mentioned item in consideration for writing this review from Phase 4 films and Childs Play PR- Team Mom program.  No additional compensation was received for this post. The Nurse Mommy blog will always provide honest opinions, beliefs or experiences on products reviewed. We will only recommend products or services that we feel are of benefit to our readers. Above links may contain affiliate links. If you have any questions about this review please contact me at nursemommypaige at yahoo dot com.

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