Sofia The First: The Curse Of Princess Ivy Review

DISCLOSURE: I received a copy a copy of Sofia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy for review. All opinions are my own.Sofia The First: The Curse Of Princess Ivy Disney DVD

Sofia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy

Features a Full-Length Adventure with Special Appearance by Rapunzel!

Plus Three Additional Episodes and a FREE Exclusive Color-Changing Butterfly Necklace!

Sofia The First: The Curse Of Princess Ivy, available now on Disney DVD, that features a full-length adventure featuring a special appearance by Rapunzel, 3 additional episodes (The Amulet of Avalor, and Princess Butterfly & The Emerald Key)

I was afraid that Zoe was going to say she was ‘too old’ for Sophia the First, but she totally loved The Curse of Princess Ivy!

The revelation of a spellbinding secret sets in motion the most thrilling adventure in the history of Sofia the First! After learning that the Amulet of Avalor is magical, Amber snatches it while Sofia is sleeping.  Unfortunately, she unwittingly unleashes a curse that summons evil Princess Ivy, who threatens to destroy the amulet, seize the crown and turn the entire kingdom black-and-white!  Amber and Sofia soar through the skies on a flying dragon – aided by special guest Rapunzel – as they embark on a daring quest to defeat Ivy, break the curse and save Enchancia.  Packed with high-flying excitement, plus three more song-filled episodes, The Curse of Princess Ivy shows how love, trust, and unselfishly putting others’ needs first can truly work magic!

In Sofia The First: The Curse Of Princess Ivy, the cast is joined by some amazing guest stars!  

Mandy Moore reprises her role as Rapunzel from Disney’s “Tangled.” Anna Camp (“The Help,” “Pitch Perfect”) guest stars as Princess Ivy, along with her “Pitch Perfect” co-star John Michael Higgins (“Pitch Perfect,” “Yes Man”) as the self-appointed leader of an all-dragon a cappella group, and Oliver Platt (“The West Wing”) as Enchancia’s oldest-living dragon, Everburn.

I love that Zoe still enjoys Sophia the First, because I love how she has patience and a gentle demeanor is so wonderful to see!

We really enjoyed Sophia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy, and hope that you and your Royal Court will, too!

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Author: Shelley

When she isn't chasing her chihuahuas, daughter, or cheering for her Hokies you can find Shelley On the Go in the Central Florida Area and on-air at icFlorida!

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