Miles From Tomorrowland “Let’s Rocket” DVD Review

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Miles From Tomorrowland DVD Review

Miles From Tomorrowland has become a huge hit in our home, so I was so excited to sit down and watch the new Miles From Tomorrowland: Let’s Rocket DVD as a family today.

I can remember the excitement building in my son’s eyes every time a preview for this new cartoon would come on Disney Junior. Sure enough the first time we watched it, he was hooked! The DVD box features a stellar hidden mickey filled with a starry galaxy, and our new favorite space exploring family, with Miles riding their awesome robotic pet ostrich Merc.  The DVD also comes with a free mini blastboard flashlight, that gave my son lots of amusement as he clicked it on and off during the show. The first 10 episodes of this show have been gathered for  full hours of space-tastic fun.

Miles From Tomorrowland and Flashlight

Disney Junior’s Miles From Tomorrowland, is an intergalactic adventure, which is so different than the other shows on Disney Junior right now. The show is about a boy named Miles who travels the Galaxy with his his family – mom and ship captain, Phoebe; mechanical engineer dad, Leo; tech-savvy big sister, Loretta; and best friend robo-ostrich pet, Merc, working for the Tomorrowland Transit Authority. Along the way completing missions, and solving problems across space the show teaches not only about teamwork, but family, and communicating with them when problems arise. A valuable lesson is always learned, wether it be siblings working together, accepting responsibility, or doing your part to keep  family safe.

We really enjoy this show as a family, it offers some fun jokes from our childhood as parents, and lots of content to keep our little guy amused. My son not only loves Miles From Tomorrowland, but also engages with it. When Miles hops on his blastboard to save the day, my son jumps up and imagines racing side by side with him. The show also builds an interest in astronomy, my son never even gave a second glance to a telescope before Miles, now he loves to gaze up at the night sky hoping to see some of the amazing stars and plants his new, and very relatable hero has visited. If you haven’t checked out Miles yet, I really encourage everyone to give it a shot. The characters are fun, happy, and really connect with the viewer, the colors are vibrant and eye catching, and it also has a pretty rocking soundtrack!