Phineas & Ferb: The Perry Files

Last week I was able to bring you a great giveaway of a copy of the new Phineas & Ferb DVD “The Perry Files”. Now that I’ve had a chance to watch it, I thought I’d share my thoughts about it.

In short, the whole family loved it!

I spent 5 days telling my son we would watch it, as he impatiently waited for the day to arrive….When the whole family got sick last week, we popped in the DVD and pretty much watched it the whole way through in one sitting!

That’s how good this show is. Fun for the kids and even for us as parents. The main thing I was worried about was whether it would be suitable viewing for my kids. The last thing I want is for my kids to hear the word “stupid” or “idiot” repeatedly and then have them saying it all the time. After watching the DVD all the way through, I’m happy to report that it was family friendly and we will be watching again…and again….and again…well, you get it!

I think my favorite character is Perry. I love how they treat him like a toy but then he transforms into a secret agent to fight the notorious Dr. Doofenshmirtz!!

Don’t forget to check out the amazing bonus features as well! They include:

· Nerves of Teal: Do you have nerves of teal? Then OWCA (Organization Without a Cool Acronym) wants you! See if you have what it takes to become like Agent P in this spy recruiting video.

· Platypus Tour: Take a look inside the Platybus, the traveling Phineas and Ferb exhibit that toured North America.

In the end, my recommendation is to go pick up this DVD for your kids, especially if they are already into Phineas & Ferb! The Perry Files definitely helped us laugh our way through another bout of the flu and that’s enough for me to give a nod of approval! Go pick up your copy today!

Thanks to Walt Disney Motion Pictures Canada for allowing me to review this very cool DVD!


3 replies
  1. BloggerFather
    BloggerFather says:

    I hate that my boy isn’t into the show. I keep trying to push it, but he might be a bit too young still. I thought the only reason to have kids was to have an excuse to watch cool shows. I feel deprived.

  2. Gerry
    Gerry says:

    Sounds like you’ll be watching it so often (via your children’s demand for it) that you’ll be able to recite lines from it at some point. Something to look forward to.

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