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Blue’s Clues – Blue’s Big Musical Movie

June 4, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

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Product Description
Studio: Paramount Home Video Release Date: 02/03/2004 Run time: 78 minutes Rating: essential video
Blue bounds into her first feature-length film ready to sing. She gets sidetracked along the way, of course, but that’s part of the brilliant Blue’s Clues formula. Each half-hour TV show presents engaging, easy-to-grasp mini-mysteries that are within toddlers’ reach. This time Blue; her huge-eyed, slightly loopy human companion, Steve; and their cadre of talking-object friends are scurrying around, preparing for a backyard music show that day. Everybody picks a number to perform; Blue’s is a duet with Tickety Tock, but the clock contracts laryngitis. Who will be Blue’s new partner?… More >>

Blue’s Clues – Blue’s Big Musical Movie


5 Responses to “Blue’s Clues – Blue’s Big Musical Movie”
  1. I. Heasley says:

    Blue’s Clues (with Steve) is my 3 year old daughter’s favorite show. We were very excited when the DVD finally arrived and we sat down all together to watch the movie. Unfortunately, all the way through the movie there were very annoying interferences due to manufacturer’s disc defects. The DVD signal would disappear throughout the movie and a regular TV program would come on for 1-2 minutes instead. The most unfortunate moment was in the end, when Steve finally lands on his thinking chair with all 3 clues in his hands. The whole episode was erased from the DVD. We returned the DVD back (…) and received a replacement – the same story!! And the same spots on DVD were damaged. Desperate and determined to show my daughter the whole movie, I finally purchased a copy from our local video store. Guess what… it was damaged in the same very spots as the two previous bad copies (…)! I exchanged it again — and received another bad copy with the same exact damage!!!

    However, to give credit to the movie creators, my daughter still was watching it at least 2-3 times daily, this is how much she loved whatever she could see.

    We received an apology (…) and advice from the local video store to contact the manufacturer directly for a good copy. (…)

    Maybe the movie itself deserves a much better rating, but when you are unable to watch it without constant interruptions, natural frustration takes over and there is no enjoyment and no point in bothering to put it on. What a waste of time and money.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. Mytchelle says:

    I bought this item thinking that my two year old would enjoy it and as an alternative to her thinking that Clifford the Big Red Dog was the only thing out there to watch. Both of us ended up disappointed in the lame antic and songs in this movie. She wasn’t impressed and neither was I.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Anonymous says:

    I bought this video for my daughter because she enjoys the show so much and I was very dissapointed. The whole movie practically revolves around Steve and his friends getting ready to do a show,
    him composing a “Lame” song with the help of some animated notes, and just seemed to go on and on. By the time it finally got to the part when they’re going to put on their “musical” we
    all couldn’t care less. My daughter and her friends were so bored they left the room, and I ended up turning it off on frustration. Don’t waste your money. Stick with the short shows.
    They’re much less tedious, and more apropriate for toddlers with short attention spans. –C. Petersen
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yep, that’s right. Blue, Steve, and their house appliance friends have their own movie. For those of you who don’t know, Blue’s Clues is a “play-along” show that involves a dog named Blue, and her half-witted owner, Steve. Today, they are planning a musical show in their backyard. Only problem is, Blue finds that the clock, named Tickety has laryngitis and can’t sing. Considering Blue only communicates through barks, she can’t sing in the big show… WHICH IS THIS AFTERNOON!!! Big problem. Well, Blue has a solution to every problem like this. It’s time for her to leave clues. No, not those special surprises your family dog leaves. I mean she puts pawprints on objects so Steve can find the clues which are marked on everything. From his furniture to his paintings which he can jump into by singing a “magical” rhyme and “skidoo” into the picture. But that’s not the point of this show. The point is that he realizes that for the past couple of years, he can’t find the clues for himself. He has to let his human pre-school friends shout out where it is. Example: Pre-schooler: A CLUE! A CLUE! Steve: What?! I need to tie my shoe? Oh, thank you. See how helpless this guy is. But, the household appliances which are alive have problems too. So Steve and his friends go find them and make a game out of it so they help their friends in a fun way. So, the question of the day is: Who should be the singer for our big show. So, everyone has problems, such as their mailbox is stuck. Remember when I told you about skidoos? Well, they skidoo into a music page to make a song. The funny part is… Ray Charles is the Key Signature! The main thing is, let your young kids adventure through this movie with Steve and friends and see if Steve actually can find a clue by himself. Your kids will enjoy this if they’re young enough to not care about the cheesiness of this movie.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. Amy Battison says:

    I love watching Blue’s Clues with my son. This video is like one long episode of Blue’s Clues to me except there’s too much singing. My son got bored with the video after 45 minutes into it. Normally, his eyes is stuck to the TV until Blue’s Clues is over. With this video, I thought it might be the same, but it’s not.
    Rating: 2 / 5

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