12 June 2017

SING Family Movie Night

*This post is in partnership with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment*


It's always a good idea to have a few indoor options when it comes to keeping the kids entertained and there isn't much better than a new film and some delicious snacks to devour, well, certainly not for my sweet tooth and the movie buffs that are the Mini Mes. We were thrilled when SING popped through our letterbox and as it's now available on both DVD and Blu-ray you can grab your copy for lots of family fun throughout half term and beyond.




We love to be creative in the kitchen so we decided to make some movie themed bark as a tasty treat before we settled down for an afternoon in front of the TV. It's incredibly easy to do and you can personalise it for any occasion. You simply melt your chosen chocolate bain marie style, or several types for a swirled look or mixed flavours, pour it onto baking paper and pop on your toppings before placing in the fridge to chill until set.

We thought popcorn, marshmallows and pig sweets would be perfect!





The film itself was hilarious and was loved by us all whilst we sat on the corner suite under a blanket with only the giggles disturbing the silence. It's actually becoming a family favourite of the year, especially as we all enjoy watching Britain's Got Talent, The X-Factor etc and this is almost an animated version of the same. It also makes a nice alternative to Despicable Me which we all love so much and is on repeat (who doesn't adore a Minion and fluffy unicorn though?!).


You can enjoy SING live in your lounge whenever you wish!





In addition to the music filled comedy SING, there are over 60 minutes of bonus content that you wouldn't have seen at cinemas including three all-new mini movies to enjoy as well as an exclusive Tori Kelly music video and much more! We were all up showing our best moves in time with the songs at various points - it brings everyone together, even grumpy tweens!






Take a peek at the trailer here:




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36 comments :

  1. Looks like you had a great night - your treats look delicious - I need some piggy sweets NOW!

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  2. Margaret Clarkson
    It all sounds fabulous!

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  3. My children absolutely love movie night (I think its the sweets cakes popcorn) 😂 they really enjoyed sing but now my four year old daughter keeps singing oh my gosh look at her butt xxx

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  4. I'd love to try your treats i loved the pig sweets when I was younger and still love chocolate xxx

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  5. I am envious of those treats!

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  6. Look like great fun! got to love those treats - cassandra mayers

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  7. We've never had a movie night due to schooling but this would be great during the summer holidays

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  8. It's evening time, M&S is closed, and I need to eat some piggies right now!!

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  9. A good film and delicious treats, a great activity for the family to enjoy.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. Not yet, but hope to watch it as a family soon.

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  11. Great snacks! Really want to see this film it looks so funny.

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  12. What a fun night and I love your treat ideas. I may just have to try those!

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  13. Not sure about these lol - I love Percy pigs because they are one of the healthiest sweets on the market - dare I put them with chocolate - ha ha

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  14. Looks like great fun, we love doing movie night.

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  15. Loving the way you make DVD night an all round great family experience.

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  16. Great fun! I can't wait to do this with my grandson when he is older :)

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  17. We have a movie day every so often, on a miserable rainy day usually - blankets, sofas and food

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  18. A good movie those look nice snacks

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  19. These look like fantastic snacks

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  20. They look good, but I bet those snacks didn't last past the first ten minutes of the film, amiright? ;-)

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  21. Makes me want to watch sing with some sing treats!

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  22. We've yet too see this film, looks a great family watch :-)

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  23. I love the chocolate idea! we cover raspberries or strawberries in melted chocolate then freeze them and have those when watching movies

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  24. Those treats look so good, I'm going to have to try some out with my kids.

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  25. We still need to watch Sing

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  26. I haven't seen the film but it looks great

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  27. I saw this in the cinema such a good family film

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  28. We've not seen this yet, but it sounds like a good movie for the whole family.

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  29. We love the piggy sweets ;)

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  30. we watched sing on Sunday really good

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