This is a sponsored post brought to you by the makers of Rio. Not Rio the place as that would be God (or Darwin, I get confused), but Rio the animated film (you know, those Ice Age Creators).
Last week Kaede and I were lucky enough to be invited to a screening of Rio at London Zoo. Even luckier was the fact that the event was held in a function room within the Zoo and not the monkey enclosure, where the Mrs rather cruelly implied I would be more at home.
They had provided food (which Kaede had four plates of), drink (of which Kaede consumed three toilet stops worth) and cuddly toy characters (of which Kaede snagged two somehow). After the screening one of the zoo keepers brought out a real Macaw, which created such a huddle of excited kids that I’m surprised they managed to get out alive.
Kaede absolutely loved the film and even though she had already seen it at the cinema, she still sat there riveted, only moving to dance along with great samba soundtrack. From an adults point of view it was a fun watch, which is a good job as I’m sure this will be one that the kids make me watch over and over.
All this was to launch the release of the Rio DVD and Blu-Ray on the 24th October. It comes with more extras than you can shake a stick at, including bonus Angry Bird levels. Angry Birds is the app that Kaede is always nicking my phone or tablet to play, so some extra levels to keep her quiet on the trains are more than welcome.
Whilst I haven’t got any copies of the DVD to give away, I do have some links to some cool free stuff:
For some computer cursors (I’m currently using Luis) click here http://www.premierpr-online.co.uk/rio/
For a Birds v Monkeys game click here http://www.birds-vs-monkeys.co.uk/
For a Rio In-a-Row game click here http://www.rio-in-a-row.co.uk/
So if you’re anything like me and the thought of the kids home for the half-term week is filling you with dread, you can’t go far wrong with a copy of Rio and maybe a bag of popcorn to keep them occupied.