Oogieloves Lifts Off to Theatres in Oogost

One of the great things about summertime is the opening of children’s movies. Unfortunately nowadays, it is hard to find a kid’s film that is Rated G. Let me introduce you to The Oogieloves in The BIG Balloon Adventure.

The Oogieloves revolves around three friends trying to retrieve the five most magical balloons in all of Lovelyloveville before returning to their cottage in time for a surprise birthday party. What’s more, the poster clearly states that the film is from “the marketing visionary who brought you Teletubbies and Thomas the Tank Engine”. If there’s one thing that kids are guaranteed to go crazy for, it’s a marketing visionary. 😉

Producer Kenn Viselman, the man who brought Teletubbies and Thomas over to American TV, explains how the Oogieloves is different than other movies.

I just got that what we need to do is allow children to be children, allow them to behave the way they would behave. And so if we created a film that allowed for that, that actually embraced it and encouraged it, we would have an incredibly different experience — not only would it be a different experience on the screen, but it would be a much more successful experience on the shelf.

It’s is an interactive movie experience. While the Oogieloves get to dance and sing onscreen, the kids in the audience get to dance and sing along with them. Instead of having to pay big dollars at a kid’s concert, your family has the chance to move along with the movies characters for a fraction of the price. In my opinion, this film is geared toward kids ages 2 to 7.

The Oogieloves in the BIG Balloon Adventure is released on 29 Oogust. Oogust isn’t a real word by the way, but you have probably worked that out already. 😉

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