DVD Review: “Minnie: Helping Hearts” Is A Colorful Utopia Of Fun & Friends

“With ‘Minnie: Helping Hearts,’ your children can enjoy the simplicity of childhood a little longer while you enjoy peace of mind in knowing that this film will encourage positivity and a helper’s attitude for your little ones.”


 

As the Happy Helpers from “Mickey and the Roadster Racers,” Minnie and Daisy can complete any task at hand, whether they are babysitters, personal assistants, or cruise ship directors leading the Valentine’s Day dance contest!

It’s really hard to go wrong with children’s animation as long as the colors are bright and the stories are even brighter. Silly antics, peppy music, and individual triumphs help children to laugh, sing along, and enjoy their childhood perspective that anything in life is possible. Not to mention that the much-beloved characters like Mickey and Minnie, Donald and Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, Cuckoo-Loca and more are simply irresistible to children and parents alike.

Starting with a Valentine’s dance cruise, Minnie and Daisy help a maid with a mop and a secret talent win a dance contest. A muddy race, friendly competition, troubles with cows on the loose, there is simply no end to humorous misadventures of Mickey and his gang. This video includes 8 short episodes of lessons learned and friendships always stronger and better than before. With “Minnie: Helping Hearts,” your children can enjoy the simplicity of childhood a little longer while you enjoy peace of mind in knowing that this film will encourage positivity and a helper’s attitude for your little ones.

Now available on Disney DVD

Jeanne Antoinette

Raised in the gypsy wanderings of two ex-Mennonites who dared to question traditional thought, Jeanne continues her family legacy - usually by asking [too] many questions and constantly exploring outside the box. She has lived in 11 states and has 11 college transcripts, which humorously combine to make her seem overqualified, but also minimally credentialed. She loves libraries, linguistics, singing, and of course, writing. Her passion, at its core, is about communication and connection through storytelling. Jeanne is currently practicing the art of "staying" in San Antonio, along with her two children.
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