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'Care Bears: Share Your Care'
(DVD / NR / 2015 / LGF)

Overview: Join the Care Bears for fun-filled adventures n friendship, kindness and understanding!

DVD Verdict: After the Bears catch the "Feeling Flu," all their usual feelings are switched-until Harmony leads them to a cure. Then it's Share Bear to the rescue when twin sisters need help with their friendship issues, and when Funshine is overcome by fears, Grumpy inspires him by bringing happiness to a boy in need.

In truth, I would like to say that this show isn't groundbreaking or anything close. It is simply just nice, and little bit of fun to watch, of course. Kids will like it and their parents may find some enjoyment while watching with their kids. What do I think of it? I think it is a nice show that kids and their parents can easily enjoy together.

The CGI is probably the thing that could turn people off, but once you get past that you'll find some enjoyment in this show. The characters are rather one-dimensional, but they're entertaining enough with their quirks. The writing is also quite okay, and there are some jokes that will give you some giggles know and then.

The voice acting is good, and actually feels like the actors/actresses are putting in some effort. Music, well, sorry, but not much to say about it, only that it works for the show as all. So overall, this series is a great watch for kids, as well as adults. The three (3) "endearing" episodes included are: 'Feeling Flu,' 'Share Squared,' and 'More Fun with Grumpy.' If you have kids, then you should most certainly cheek out this series. This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.