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Galaxy Buck: Mission to Sector 9 : Review & #Giveaway

Buck Denver.
Remember that name.
Buck.
Denver.
Your little ones will know his name, so you better memorize it.

Recently, I was fortunate it enough to get to see a preview of the new movie, Galaxy Buck: Mission to Sector 9.  What a cute movie.  For those of us old enough to remember, it will remind you of the specials from the 60's & 70's that would play on television around Christmas.  Made me feel like I was about 5 years old when I was watching it.

This movie has great humor, action, campiness and a has been extremely influenced by Star Trek.  That's just my take on it anyway.

This movie has a great message and is definitely for the six and under set.  The characters keep reminding the viewer that God wants us to do big things but the message is a bit construed by Buck.  A helpful "alien" helps him figure out the true message.

Check out this preview:




Here's a bit about the movie:

Buck Denver has a simple dream - to save the galaxy.  Working for the Galactic Mission Board, Buck dreams of carrying God's love to every corner of the Milky Way!  Except he doesn't have a starship.  Or a crew.  Or even a captain's license.  He just needs a chance.  But when that chance comes and Buck finds himself leading a real mission into deep space, things don't go at ALL like he imagined!  If he's doing what God wants him to do, why is everything going wrong?  From VeggieTales® and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer, Galaxy Buck: Mission to Sector 9 is a wild, galactic adventure that teaches kids a powerful lesson about trusting God with everything - even our dreams! 
Run time: Approximately 40 minutes 

Of course, you can visit Galaxy Buck on their social websites as well.






Guess what? The sponsor of this review is allowing me to give one DVD away to one of my fantastical readers.

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Comments

Mod Mom Reviews said…
I'd never heard of this till now
Mod Mom Reviews said…
I've never heard of this till now. Looks interesting. Thanks for chance
TheJerseyMomma said…
This looks so cute!! I've never heard of it before. My son would love it (sounds like I might, too!)
We would love to get acquainted with this DVD.
Lisa Queen said…
I would love to win this to watch with my grandchildren. Thanks!
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bnchile said…
my little nephew would dig this.
Cameron G said…
My Kids will love this

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