Oct 22, 2014

Jack and the Cuckoo - Clock Heart on DVD Review

  On October 7, 2014 "Jack and the Cuckoo - Clock Heart" was released to the stores and made available for you to own on DVD Blu-Ray Combo Pack and Digital HD.  I received this movie from Shout!Factory to review for my readers. This film is directed by Mathias Malzieu and Stéphane Berla and produced by Virginie Besson-Silla, EuropaCorp.  "Jack and the Cuckoo- Clock Heart" is a  animated fairy tale set in an exciting period full of fabulous inventions, enchanting music and marvelous adventures. 

  This darling movie is set in the late 19th century Edinburgh, where little Jack is born on a day so cold that his heart remains frozen. Madeleine the midwife saves his life by inserting a cuckoo clock in place of his defective heart. It will work, she warns him, as long as Jack observes three golden rules. First of all, he must never touch the hands of the clock. Secondly, he must control his anger. And last, but certainly not least, he must never, ever fall in love. The moment Jack sets eyes on a young girl singing on a street corner, the hands of his clock-heart begin to race. Desperate to find her again, Jack launches himself into a romantic quest that will lead him from the lochs of Scotland, to the city of Paris and all the way to Andalusia.

  My grandaughter was so excited when I let her watch it with me, she loved it!

  This animated cartoon is designed perfectly.  I just know your children will love watching "Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart" as much as mine did.  The ending is great and the characters vignettes are in French and English subtitles.  The English film is rated PG and the French part is not rated.  It is 89 minutes long and the SRP is $24.97  You can find this movie in stores everywhere released from Shout!Factory.

*The opinion of this product is strictly my own.
*I received this product to review in exchange for a honest written review.
*I was not monetarily compensated for this review.


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