A Grandchild’s Fantasy: Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Adventure

Your grandchild will love this movie, Sophia and Grace

By Ranny Levy, Founder of KidsFirst! and grandmother extraordinaire Hasn’t every little girl imagined herself as a princess at some point in time? This sweet movie stars the adorable Sophia Grace and Rosie who are sent to Switzelvania by The Ellen DeGeneres Show as correspondents tasked with covering the coronation of a new queen. The show is silly but fun, upbeat and happy. Just the thing to share with your grandchild this summer. KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Haley P., age 11, comments, “It is similar to the Cinderella story because Abigail has two girls looking out for her as if they are her fairy godmothers. This movie is definitely an exciting royal adventure.” See her full review below.   SOPHIA GRACE & ROSIE’S ROYAL ADVENTURE Someone's beautiful grandchild reviewing sophia graceReviewed by Haley Powell, Age 11 Video review available here: http://youtu.be/aVrBB41kniU The movie Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Royal Adventure reminds me of a Cinderella fairy tale.  There are two bratty sisters and a very innocent one named Abigail.  It is similar to the Cinderella story because Abigail has two girls looking out for her as if they are her fairy godmothers. This movie is definitely an exciting royal adventure. The story begins when Sophia Grace and Rosie are sent on a special assignment to meet the princesses of Switzelvania to see which one will be crowned Queen.  However, they loose their guardian and become mistaken as the King’s great grand nieces.  They end up having to teach the King’s daughter, Princess Abigail, the ways of being a real princess.  In the process, they get thrown into a dungeon because the bratty princesses (Abigail’s sisters) don’t want her to become Queen.  However, at least they have their secret weapon.  To find out what that is, you will have to watch the movie.  In the end, everyone gets what they deserve! My favorite part is when the security guard tells the guardian, Phyllis Bunt (Amy Louise Wilson) that she can get out of jail if she reveals her true identity.  She gives a made up name of Dynasty Composition knowing no one believes her real identity anyway.  However, the security guard lies and won’t let her out.  Phyllis then jumps the security guard, ties her up and duck tapes her mouth.  I didn’t see that coming!  It was hysterical. All the characters are great, especially Princess Cordilla (Emma Pierson) one of the princesses who makes fun of Abigail.  She has a funny voice and isn’t very smart and plays the part well. The main idea of this movie is that if you believe in yourself, you can make anything happen. I recommend this movie for kids ages 5 through 12.  Specifically, girls will enjoy this movie, as every girl wants to imagine herself as a princess at some point. Therefore, I rate this movie a four out of five “dazzling” stars!  Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Royal Adventure is available now on DVD. grandmother extraordinaire, Ranny Levy reviewing Sophia GraceRanny Levy – Founder and President KIDS FIRST! / Coalition for Quality Children’s Media http://www.kidsfirst.org Supporting Quality Media for Children Since 1991 KIDS FIRST! Film Festival KIDS FIRST! News Granny Ranny’s Addenda KIDS FIRST! Travel  http://kidsfirst.agenthub.net/

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