We’re huge (big and little) Disney fans here and absolutely LOVE their entire film catalogue from the classics I watched myself as a kids spanning everything from Bambi (the first film I ever saw *weep) to Dumbo, Pinocchio, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to name just a few, right up to recent faves we play on repeat such as Zootropolis (one of the smartest, most moving films I’ve ever seen) to the empowering Moana, and total tear-jerker, The Good Dinosaur.
Walt Disney, the creator of Mickey Mouse and the Disney legacy is a complete hero of mine and I often like to remind myself of his wisdom,
“In bad times and in good I’ve never lost my sense of zest for life.”
“Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we’re curious . . . and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths”.
“You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you”.
What an inspirational creative he was and his ethos continues to imbue all that Disney stand for, today.
I’m so excited to discover that you can now download and purchase Disney films and keep/watch them forever.
How cool is that?!
Available to purchase digitally in the Sky Store, Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play and more, you can now download Disney films whenever and wherever you like, storing them on iPads, smartphones, tablets, games consoles and laptops meaning watching content both at home, abroad and on the move, is easier than ever.
Another thing that’s great about storing those Disney movies, is that let’s say you download a film on to your mobile phone for example, you can still download or stream it on your tablet, too. There are no limitations!
It’s also great value that you can watch the content you download again and again, as they remain available in your account indefinitely.
You can save classic films, or the latest downloads as soon as they’re released and entertain the kids with the beauty of Disney. Last weekend, we had a Disney marathon as the kids enjoyed The Good Dinosaur at home, Zootropolis on the move both at the train station and once on the train to London, and Moana on a car trip out of town.
Entertaining the kids on the move meant fewer arguments (other than what to watch first, of course!) and made for a more pleasurable, quieter rides for us all!
If you’re on wi-fi, you can stream the films automatically, otherwise you need to download them to watch offline. Easy, simple and oh-so entertaining!
Life last weekend was a million times easier and more fun thanks to Disney.
I’ve also cried ALL the tears watching these heart-warmers and feel uplifted by the Disney message that good always prevails.
Disney prides itself on its emotive, world-renowned, multi-award winning fare and I’m certain that Walt Disney himself would be proud of the latest developments and innovations Disney are making in his name.
Have you downloaded these forever-films yet?
To find out more about downloading Disney movies for keeps, and to enter their daily prize draw competition, check out their website: www.downloadandkeep.com
This is a sponsored campaign but as always, my thoughts and words are honest.
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