05 February 2013

DVD Review: The Bouquet

I recently received a copy of the new movie on DVD The Bouquet to review.

Starring Kristy Swanson, Michael Shanks, and Danny Glover, The Bouquet is about two estranged sisters, Terri and Mandy, who have done their best to get as far away from home and each other as they can. But when life throws them a curve ball, they are forced to come home to support their heartbroken mother, where they receive bad news about the family business, a floral shop. Stuck staying home in order to keep the business alive, as it begins to mend, so does their relationship together.

The DVD also includes a special feature, "Making Of The Bouquet".

If you're looking for a sweet movie for the month of February, you could definitely give The Bouquet a chance. It's nothing amazing, but it's a gentle reminder that life passes by quickly, and family is the most important thing. (And can I move into the house and yard, please? It's beautiful!) You can watch this movie with the entire family, and not be worried about violence, half naked people, or bad language every other word. I enjoyed it! (DH called it a chick flick, though lol)

The Bouquet is available on DVD today, February 5th, 2013. This title is widescreen format. Not rated and safe for all ages, the total running time is 90 minutes long. The suggested retail price is $14.93, but Amazon has it available for $12.99 as of this posting.

I received a copy of this DVD in order to view it and share my thoughts on it. All opinions are my own.

1 comment:

Noelle the dreamer said...

Thanks for sharing! We like sweet, clean movies for the whole family!
I'll have to check out the house and yard now...