Thomas & Friends: Blue Mountain Mystery

A little over a month ago I had to turn down the opportunity to visit ThomasLand at Drayton Manor to see the premiere of the little blue engine's new film; Blue Mountain Mystery because I had to work; I hate how real-life obligations get in the way sometimes! To make up for it, I took Mr. TBaM and The Boy to the cinema to see it instead. The Boy has never been to the cinema before, and he's certainly never sat through a film before, but he was captivated the whole time.

In this feature-length film, Thomas is enlisted to help out at the quarry after a small accident sees one of the regular engines needing some rebuilding. Thomas soon makes friends with all the narrow guage engines and enjoys working hard with them. One day, he sees a mysterious small green engine called Luke who hides away in the tunnels and Thomas sets out to make friends with him and help him overcome his shyness.

There's something about Thomas that really appeals to little ones, and The Boy is no exception. The images on the big screen were amazing (the CGI are excellent quality and very three-dimensional) and they translate to the television just as well. I love the humour, but more importantly I like how each story teaches a lesson: honesty is the best policy, don't tell tales (gossip) and friends help each other out. This DVD would make an excellent Christmas present for your own little Thomas fan.

Thomas and Friends: Blue Mountain Mystery is available to buy on DVD now priced at £7.99

The Thomas & Friends website has a fantastic Blue Mountain Mystery section and there is always plenty of up to date information about the blue engine on Facebook or on twitter.

I was sent a copy of this film for review. My opinion is honest and unbiased.

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  1. says

    This is actually the first DVD I've brought in about 5 years!!! Leo sat through the whole thing – TWICE! We now have to put it on every day to listen to the songs in the extras and dance and sing along (ok, I don't HAVE to dance but it's quite fun dancing around with him!)

  2. says

    Bud's new obsession is Thomas. He adores him and we've bought him a Trackmaster set for Christmas. If you spend £40 in Smyth's Toys at the moment you get a DVD Boxset free so we took advantage :-) Having said that I think his Dad will spend more time playing with it than Bud will. I'm wondering if he will actually watch the DVDs just yet, they might be a bit too long. He loves watching the episodes on Youtube though.

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