Thomas The Tank Engine Tale Of The Brave : Review

Last week we were very fortunate to be invited to Drayton Manor again for another new film screening of the latest Thomas The Tank Engine adventure… This year for it was the turn of Tale Of The Brave.

Thomas TOTB 1We arrived early for our preview film, the kids were very excited to go and also meet up with their friends Georgie & Lydia from Mamageek. Upon arrival we were greeted by a great selection of new Thomas toys, mainly all relevant to the new film and also a new selection of toys for younger children. Lewis and Georgie were immediately taken with the new Track Master Avalanche Escape set whilst Leah and I had a quick play with the new Take n’ Play Roaring Dino Run Set.

Thomas TOTB 2 Thomas TOTB 3We also got to meet a new engine who is making a grand appearance to the film, Gator there are also two other new engines called Marion and Reg. Lewis got to have a quick photo shot taken with Sir Topham Hatt whilst Leah found a fab toy to keep her out of mischief (or should I say lots of mischief as she drove it into everything) a new remote control Thomas Train.

As per previous events we were then escorted through to a cinema, got our seats and got ready for our preview screening.

Thomas TOTB 4As per all previous films, this new Thomas Film is brilliant. The kids were made up to receive a copy of the DVD in their goody bags and the film has been watched countless times!

 

Brief Film Description

The latest adventure of Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends see’s Thomas, Percy and James conquer their fears to uncover the true meaning of bravery. A storm brings a landslide to The Clay Pits which unearth a set of giant foot prints. Thomas & Percy are eager to find out what made these foot prints, with the help of new friends they discover a surprising answer…

Feel free to watch a copy of the trailer;

The film lasts approx 62 minutes and is available now to buy at Amazon or all good retailers with an RRP of £12.99.

 

**This is not a sponsored post, we were provided with a screening of the latest Thomas The Tank engine film as well as a day visit to Drayton Manor Theme Park. All words and opinions are my own.

1 Comment

  1. ilovemummymost

    12th September 2014 at 1:04 pm

    This looks like an amazing event. Soooo jealous! We love Thomas and have been watching Tale of the Brave on repeat since we downloaded it yesterday!!xx

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