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Thomas and Friends - Misty Island Rescue 2010 Subtitles

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Thomas journeys off the Island of Sodor in this action-packed adventure! The engines are hard at work to build a new Search and Rescue Centre. When Thomas helps a friend in need, he is rewarded with an exciting trip to the mainland. Along the way, he gets lost at sea and finds himself on the mysterious Misty Island, where he meets new friends Bash, Dash, and Ferdinand.

Starring:
Michael Angelis, David Bedella
Runtime:
57 minutes

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Genres Children & Family
Director Greg Tiernan
Starring Michael Angelis, David Bedella
Supporting actors Michael Brandon, Jules de Jongh, Teresa Gallagher, William Hope, Togo Igawa, Kerry Shale, Martin Sherman, Ben Small, Keith Wickham, Matt Wilkinson, Glenn Wrage
Studio Hit
BBFC rating Universal, suitable for all
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Opening with a decidedly ropey Pirates of the Caribbean-style score, Misty Island Rescue is pretty much as self-explanatory and easy to follow as it sounds. Narration is provided by Michael Angelis (sounds more like Bernard Hill than Ringo Starr) and the CGI is to a decent standard. 60 minutes may sound short for a film but I think anything longer and children might lose interest in what is quite a slender storyline.

The opening of the story concerns the building of a new Search & Rescue Centre on Sodor. Following the loss of their supply of Jobi wood due to rash action on behalf of Diesel, Thomas is rewarded with a trip to the mainland to see the Search & Rescue Centre there. Needless to say, things don't go well and Thomas finds himself adrift and eventually stranded on the mysterious Misty Island. Soon, the Fat Controller (I'm surprised in these PC times that they are still allowed to call him that) and the rest of the Sodor engines realise that Thomas is missing and they set about rescuing him but not before Thomas has made some new friends and discovered a new supply of Jobi wood.

One of the main themes of Misty Island Rescue is decision-making, both good and bad. Thomas is rewarded early on for his good decision-making when he saves Diesel and this then becomes his mantra throughout the remainder of the story. Despite ending up stranded as a result of a bad decision, Thomas soon recovers his confidence when he meets up with the "logging loco's" Dash, Bash and Ferdinand who, seemingly, were banished for being too playful. This also reinforces the secondary theme of Misty Island Rescue: usefulness. Diesel is teased by Thomas for not being as useful as a "steamy", Thomas is rewarded for being "The Most Really Useful" engine and so on.
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By Damaskcat HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 Jan. 2015
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One of the few things my brother and I agreed on when we were children was how good the train books by the Rev W Awdry were and we both used to like reading them and having them read to us. In a fit of nostalgia I decided to watch this film and enjoyed it. I did find the narrator's voice came over to me as a little patronising when I first started watching it but I found I could easily ignore that once I was immersed in the story.

The engines are involved in building a search and rescue centre on the island of Sodor and they need a particular type of wood to complete the work. The Fat Controller asks for volunteers to go and get it which involves a trip by ship. Naturally Thomas is among the volunteers. But as he travels by raft attached to the back of the ship by rusty chains he soon finds himself adrift and coming ashore on the scary Misty Island.

Thomas's adventures on Misty Island may seem a little frightening to some children as it involves being stuck in the dark and having three strange engines making fun of him and ganging up on him but many children I am sure will take it in their stride as just being part of Thomas's adventures. I enjoyed my nostalgic trip with the engines and I think I shall be watching more of these films.
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The previous CGI Thomas film is probably my 4 year old son's favourite, so I was expecting him to enjoy this new one too.
In fact both my son and my six year old daughter love it. There's a bit more excitement and action in this new film than in the previous one which is no bad thing.
The little book of the story included in the case is a nice bonus as they both demand to hear it before going to bed after having seen the film.
Otherwise the bonuses on the disc itself (the film weighs in at around an hour) are pretty skimpy:
- a sing-along version of the main song (which gets my kids dancing like lunatics)
- a 3 minute documentary similar to that on the first film (which the kids enjoy)
- a 'game' which literally last about 30 seconds and is always the same. The pay-off is a bonus sing-along song which doesn't feature in the film (which gets my kids doing another lunatic dance routine)
In any case, if your kids like the CGI Thomas TV series and the first film they will love this one. It's certainly the new 'best film ever' in my household.
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This DVD is perfect for the child who loves Thomas. Story line not too difficult for young children
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What can I say about this dvd. My son who is two and a half lives for 'Thomas the Tank Engine' and when we purchased this dvd he watched it about 7 times in a row. Great story line with loads of new characters. He is interactive with the dvd calling out all their new names when they get into scrapes and all in all loves this dvd. Definetly one to buy for a son who loves 'Thomas'.
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Bought this for Thomas mad 4 year old son for xmas, he was delighted with it and we've had it on at least twice a day since xmas, he was pleased as it has his new favourite engines in Bash Dash and Ferdinand. Also good as Misty Island has been mentioned on the Thomas episodes on telly this explains where Misty Island is and why the engines are there(they are a bit naughty).Also good as the DVD includes a book of the story to read at bedtime. He Also got a Misty Island playset so has been acting out the scenes from the film!
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