Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is bringing back a couple characters from the Looney Tunes Universe, Tweety Bird, Sylvester the Cat, and Grannie in their own movie called, “King Tweety.” Tweety Bird is discovered to be a long lost relative to a royal canary family. The trio flies to Canary Island for Tweety to be crowned King. However, some of the royal subjects wish to overthrow Tweety and Sylvester strives to protect Tweety at all costs. This hilarious and adventure filled movie will bring joy to the whole family. It is available on Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu and DVD.
An original comedy that follows two families who are in competition for a church camp trophy. These polar opposite families end up sharing the same cabin, and are forced to get along even with their clashing personalities. The husbands struggle to keep their families together as their relationships worsen, but end up getting lost in the woods, testing both families in their faith and loyalty. It reveals the importance of communication and understanding in families in a wild and comedic way. On June 28, “Family Camp” will be available for DVD or on demand for purchase.
Lovely Little Farm
Apple TV + is showing off their movie magic skills in their new kids and family live-action animated hybrid show, “Lovely Little Farm,” a London-based creation that is available globally. The storyline follows the adventures of sisters Jill and Jacky who care for all of the animals on their farm and develop their problem solving skills. They also have a special connections with the animals and are able to hear them speak, adding to the humor and magic of the show.
Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show
Coming on June 24, “Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show” is taking over Apple TV+ with good deeds to spare. All over town, there have been unexplainable random acts of kindness and Jack and his friends are determined to find this good-doer! This show is to promote and teach kindness to children, revealing how doing good deeds, even when not asked for, can make someone extremely happy. Jack also interviews real life children who did good random acts in their hometown, showcasing that anyone can be a Kindness Ambassador.
The Croods: Family Tree
An extension of the Dreamworks film “The Croods: A New Age,” came “The Croods: Family Tree”, which recently released its third season earlier this month on Peacock and Hulu. Watch the adventures of the Croods and the Bettermans as they learn to love and accept one another despite the apparent differences they have. A family friendly series about friendships and celebrating differences all in the setting of prehistoric times that is sure to bring laughs to everyone.
For more film and TV suggestions, check out our May New on Screen roundup.