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Sofia the First: The Enchanted Feast

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Plucky young princess learns lessons in engaging tales.

Movie NR 2014 113 minutes
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age 7+

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This is definitely a cut above usual Disney Channel fare. The creators and filmmakers stay away from standard fairy tale tropes such as evil stepparents and cackling, wicked witches. The feisty, confident Sofia and her family are portrayed as basically good people who continue to grow and mature as they travel through their fairy-tale-with-a-modern-twist adventures. Each episode has an original song that reinforces the thematic material -- and, again, the music is "a cut above." Bright, inventive featured characters, solid messages, engaging stories, and a very lovable young heroine make this a highly recommended DVD for kids, from the youngest through those in early elementary grades. As always, there's a caution that tie-ins will be on sale everywhere; Sofia the First promises to have a very marketable shelf life for the folks at Disney.

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