Duck and Goose
“Duck and Goose” is making its leap from a best selling preschool book to an animated series on July 8 for Apple TV+ users. Tad Hills, the original author, wrote a story of an unlikely friendship between a baby duck and goose. They do not always see beak to beak, and their differences are more than apparent. However, they soon come to learn that it is their differences that help them brainstorm new and unique ideas to solve any problem they face together. A great up-and-coming pre-schooler series that teaches the importance of respecting others and teamwork.
Madagascar: A Little Wild*
A timeless movie turned into a successful children series, “Madagascar: A Little Wild” is returning for its 8th season with the whole crew of Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria. This season, each member of the group is trying to find their family with animals of the same species. However, the lesson to be learned is that you don’t have to look similar or be the same species to be a family. A comedic yet heart warming series of finding one’s place in the world that can be enjoyed on June 30, streaming on Hulu or Peacock.
DC League of Super-Pets
We all know the DC Super heroes, but do you know about their super-pets? On July 29, Warner Bros. Pictures is bringing “DC League of Super-Pets” to the stage for their chance to save the world. Krypto, the Super-dog and best friend of Superman, have been fighting crime side by side. One day, all the heroes in the Justice League are kidnapped, and Krypto must lead a group of shelter animals with super powers to help rescue the entire Justice League. An entertaining film that not only brings laughter to all ages with silly jokes, but also tells a serious theme of how anyone of any shape, color, or size can be a hero and make a worldwide impact.
The Sea Beast
From the Creators of “Moana” and “Big Hero Six” comes “The Sea Beast.” Maisie Brumble, a vivacious little girl who dreams of being a sea monster hunter, stows away on the ship of a famous hunter, Jacob Holland, to follow in his footsteps. Although the Holland is hesitant at first, he grows to care for the little girl as her spirit reminds him of his own when he was young. The two develop a father-daughter like bond and face off the worst monster yet together, along with the rest of the crew. Coming to select theaters and Netlifx on July 8, be ready for the endearing yet action packed adventure that is sure to keep you on your toes as the fate of the nearby fishing town rests on the shoulders of this duo.
The Bad Guys*
The world’s greatest bad guys are faced with their hardest mission yet: to do good. “The Bad Guys” is a hilarious and quick paced film that is sure to bring endless laughter and excitement for the whole family. Dreamworks had created an animal based world and each bad guy comes from a different species with vastly different talents, and are able to work well together, utilizing everyones gifts. A film about teamwork, acceptance, and how being good isn’t too bad. Available now on Digital, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray™, and DVD.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous*
On July 21, Netlfix is premiering their final season of “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous” for a jaw dropping ending that will keep you at the edge of your seats. Never have being so close to getting back home after being trapped on Jurassic World, the campers are faced with a crossroads. The entirety of their time, the campers have fought for survival against the dinosaurs, but now they must fight for the survival of the dinosaurs. Do they return home to their families, or stay and fight?
“Honor Society” is a coming of age story about a highly ambitious senior in high school named Honor, who exposes the costs and rewards of being a driven female in the modern world. Honor is determined to do whatever it takes to get the best recommendations from her teachers and the top grade so she can receive admission into Harvard. Everything is going according to her mischievous plan to take down the competition until something unexpected happens; she falls for her number one competitor, Michael. A great relatable comedy for young adults that mimics real life situations and obstacles one may face growing up. “Honor Society” was made by Awesomeness TV, a media company focused on creating meaningful content to a Gen Z audience. Exclusively on Paramount Plus, the series will be premiering on July 29.
A chilling documentary based on true events about an unconventional K-12 school in Louisiana, T.M. Landry, that was infamous for sending its graduates to only Ivy League Schools. What soon came to the surface was the questionable methods that the school’s leader, Mike Landry, used in order to achieve such extraordinary results from the students. With the large amounts of stress on modern day students, “Accepted” asks the big question: how far is too far when it comes to college acceptance? Director Dan Chen exposes the flaws in the American educational system for its extreme pressure it puts on children to fight for a spot in elite American society. Is it worth it? For teens, young adults, and older audiences only, this documentary is an eye opening message in how we should approach education. Available July 1 in theaters and on VOD.