Jake and the Neverland Pirates: Battle for the Book DVD Review
I received a Jake and the Neverland Pirates: Battle for the Book DVD in exchange for a review. Regardless, all opinions are 100% my own.
My kiddo’s were really excited to get this in the mail. I had to make them wait a while, due to our television getting fixed, but we sure were finally able to watch this.
This movie is magical adventure with Jake and Captain Hook in JAKE AND THE NEVERLAND PIRATES: BATTLE FOR THE BOOK. It was recently released on DVD January 6th! This DVD is has four additional episodes and a FREE exclusive checker board bandana with gold coins. My kiddo’s enjoyed this for sure. Isnt that just awesome? All the additional episodes with other free items.
My family and I sat down last night and watched this movie after we got our tv back in working order and we had a great night. Wendy a character had her special Storybook stolen by Captain Hook. Jake and his friends go to London to help Peter Pan’s friend (from the classic movie Peter Pan). Yes, Peter Pan’s friend. The longer the book is gone, from Wendy’s hands, the more she and her brothers (John and Michael) forget about their past adventures on Never Land. The battle for the book continues in Never Land, where Hook plans to destroy the book and its stories in the legendary Ring of Blue Fire. It’s up to our young heroes to save Wendy’s Storybook and the Story of Peter Pan! You will have to watch it for yourself, to find out if Wendy got her book back. I don’t want to ruin it for others that havent seen this Movie. If you have already seen it, then you already know. Try not to spoil it for the rest!
My kids ended up watching this again today. My youngest daughter wants it to go upstairs in her collection of DVD’s but I told her I think we will keep this one downstairs with the rest of our movie collection. 🙂
Run Time: Approx. 141-minutes
Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 Widescreen (Enhanced for 16×9 Televisions)
Sound: 2.0 Dolby Digital
Languages/Subtitles: English, French & Spanish
Make sure to get your own DVD at a local store near you.