Chase is on the case! Early August we had the opportunity to attend an exclusive screening at Harkins Tempe Marketplace for Paw Patrol The Movie. Featuring villain Humdinger, the pups face the challenge of saving Adventure City and one of their own. The Paw patrol must learn to conquer fears and work together to beat Humdinger and all his mischievous plans.
Let me begin by saying that if your child is not one to sit still during a movie, they will now. My four-year-old is not one to sit still, especially during a movie but, he sat still the whole time and loved the movie. I was a bit resistant and nervous to attend with my 1-year-old and four-year-old. We had not attended the theater since Covid began so this made me nervous about the number of people in the room.
The screening was held for about six families total, which was great because we had more than enough social distancing space and felt very comfortable. The required measures were taken into consideration when entering the screening, 24 hours before the screening every adult was required to answer a health questionnaire to be cleared to enter the theater room. Once complete, you received a confirmation email that you presented before entering the theater room. Most adults had a mask on and again the amount of people in the room was minimal, so we all had more than enough distancing space.
The movie is definitely not just for the little ones. We were into the movie the entire time and truly enjoyed the experience. My son was extremely excited to see all his favorite characters on the big screen. You don’t need to be a fan to enjoy this movie as it’s easy to follow and understand.
At the end of the movie guests were able to take photos with the paw patrol crew which made the kids very excited. I will say this was a paw-tastic movie and I highly recommend for children under 10 since older kids tend to not be into carton movies anymore. Thank you so much for the opportunity to attend the “Paw Patrol the Movie” Screening.
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