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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Fly away with Dumbo! #giveaway

Disclaimer: The Fandads were provided with a review copy of Dumbo and digital codes to giveaway in exchange for promoting the home release of Dumbo. All words, thoughts, and thoughts of joining the circus are our own. 




When the first trailer for the live-action Dumbo came out and they played the "Baby of Mine" song I started tearing up. That moment in the original cartoon was always so heartfelt and beautiful that you had to feel something. How will I react to seeing this scene in the movie? Will it hit me the same way or will it not? With the home release of Dumbo those questions will be answered or maybe not. 
First things first, this is not the Dumbo we grew up on, Tim Burton has made this a different version of the classic movie, but keeps the message of believing in yourself. The "magic" feather is just a symbol of what we can achieve when we believe in something other than ourselves, but we have to learn how to believe in ourselves.

The story involving Colin Farrell and his children seemed a little tacked on, but it ended up working well in the movie. Colin relates to Dumbo in that they are both treated like outsiders and learn how to use their disabilities to empower themselves. I love that his daughter does not want anything to do with the circus and just wants to be a scientist or inventor and wants to change the world.

Overall, the movie is is a good, not great retelling of the Dumbo story and has a lot of great references to the original movie. While there are no talking animals or singing crows, they do say some of the lines from "When I See an Elephant Fly' and Timothy Q. Mouse does make an appearance in the movie. Read the official word about the movie and see how you can win your own copy.

Dumbo,” the grand live-action adventure from Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, which expanded on the beloved animated classic and sent spirits soaring, prepares for a landing on June 25. Disney invites fans to fall in love again with this heartfelt story, in which differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight, when it swoops into homes on Digital in HD and 4K Ultra HD™ and Movies Anywhere, and physically on 4K Ultra HD,  Blu-ray™ and DVD — with never-before-seen bonus features, deleted scenes, Easter eggs, and bloopers.




Stunning extras will transport viewers to the set of “Dumbo,” where cast members Danny DeVito (circus owner Max Medici), Michael Keaton (opportunistic businessman V.A. Vandevere), Colin Farrell (war-veteran-turned-elephant-keeper Holt Farrier), Eva Green (stunning aerialist Colette Marchant), Nico Parker (Farrier’s daughter, Milly) and Finley Hobbins (Farrier’s son, Joe) share their personal stories of courage and character. Features explore how Disney’s timeless animated story was brought to life with an incredibly expressive, lovable, fully computer-generated baby elephant; the longtime collaboration of Burton, production designer Rick Heinrichs and costume designer Colleen Atwood, which resulted in jaw-dropping sets and costumes; and the creation of the visually colossal Dreamland parade sequence. Also included are nine deleted scenes, hidden and not-so-hidden Easter eggs, bloopers and a special performance of “Baby Mine” by Arcade Fire.




In “Dumbo,” struggling circus owner Max Medici enlists former star Holt Farrier and his children to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive but sinister entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere, who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, spectacular, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland.

“Dumbo” will be released in several different formats, giving families the flexibility to watch it on a variety of devices. Viewers can watch the film in Digital 4K UHD, HD and SD, and bring home a physical copy of the film as the 4K Ultra HD Edition (4K UHD, Blu-ray and Digital Code), Multi-Screen Edition (Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Code) and a single DVD.

Bonus features include*:




BLU-RAY & DIGITAL HD:

CIRCUS SPECTACULARS: Dumbo’s cast share their experience of making the film—and get to the heart of a story about family and believing in yourself.

THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM: Explore how one of Disney’s most lovable characters went from an animated classic to a stunning live-action retelling.

BUILT TO AMAZE: Get a closer look at the film’s production and costume design.

DELETED SCENES – A compelling collection of scenes that almost made the final film.

  • Roustabout Rufus
  • Pachyderm Plans
  • The Other Medici Brother
  • Monkey Business
  • A Star Is Born
  • Where’s Dumbo
  • Elephant Heist
  • Backstage
  • A Seat at the Show

EASTER EGGS ON PARADE: Discover the hidden and not-so-hidden nods to the animated Dumbo in this narrated tribute to the Disney classic.

CLOWNING AROUND: Laugh along with the cast in a collection of big-top bloopers and goofs from the set.

“BABY MINE” – Visual video performed by Arcade Fire


DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE:

DREAMLAND – ANATOMY OF A SCENE: From Final Script to Final Scene – The filmmakers and cast talk a lot about the feeling of “grand intimacy” in the film.  Step right up as they bring the Dreamland parade to life, accomplishing the rare marriage of a massive spectacle combined with an emotional tenderness.


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22 comments:

  1. I actually haven't seen it so I don't have a favorite moment. I'm interested to see Colin Farrell in it.

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  2. The circus scenes with Eva Green's character and Dumbo are my favorite parts.

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  3. My favorite part in Dumbo is when he flies for the first time. Such a magical movie, and I hope I win!

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  4. when dumbo can fly is my favorite

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  5. I like the relationship between the children and Dumbo. So not a particular scene per se, but that is what I like most.

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  6. Having seen the live action adaptation yet but I imagine my favorite scene would be when Dumbo flies for the first time

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  7. I haven't seen the movie yet, my family would definitely enjoy watching it!

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  8. My favorite part of Dumbo is when he believes in himself and flies.

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  9. I have never seen it so I don't have one :/

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  10. My favorite part is when he flies.

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  11. I haven't seen the live action version, but my fave moment of the animated one is when he flies. Thank you!

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  12. We havent seen this live action one yet but wanted to. In the cartoon one, I loved when dumbo flew

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  13. When Dumbo flies for the first time.

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  14. My fav part is when he accepts who he is and everyone else does to. I loved this movie but barely remember it.

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  15. My favorite is Dumbo flying the first time.

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  16. It has been so long since seeing the original one.

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  17. I don't think I saw the original, but I'm sure my kids did. I'll definitely have to go watch it now! Thank you for the chance. My kids will really enjoy this!

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  18. I really liked the pink elephants on parade from the original movie

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