Bob The Builder - Knights Of Can-A-Lot details
|Starring:||Neil Morrissey, Bob The Builder|
|Genres:||Animated, Children - Pre-School, Television|
Bob The Builder - Knights Of Can-A-Lot
|Run time:||55 minutes|
|Rental release:||17 Mar 2003|
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Can he fix it? Yes, for a three year old.By tobysmum from N'Hants , 18 Oct 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]My son loved it but found it a bit scary in places and wanted me to sit with him when those parts were on. It didn't stop him watching it 3 times in as many days though. Extras were fun too.
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best of bobBy a customer from kent , 07 Jan 2007This is the best of Bob the builder. this will keep your litttle fan amuzed for day on end. worth a go, even to get the housework complete in peace. ha ha ha
The Kids Loved It!By albertHall from East Sussex , 05 May 2006our boys watched this over and over again while we had it, I suspect we will invest in this one.
A must for any Bob fan!
I quite enjoyed, so did my son !!By swanseajack1 from Swansea , 08 Apr 2005Feature length BTB, with all the usual characters, plus Bob's dad, voiced by Richard Briers!!
I quite enjoyed this one too! Some good little jokes and if your child likes BTB then they will enjoy this one too.
Busy BobsBy elefunk from Norfolk , 05 Apr 2005If youre not keen on exposing your pre-schooler to any kind of video violence there dont seem to be that many movies around which are suitable. I was wary of this one as knights, castles and the like usually involve swords, fighting, jousting etc. But I was pleasantly surprised that this aspect was kept to a bare minimum - Spud brandishing a wooden sword was about as blatant as things got.
Our three-year-old watched this several times and got more out of it each time as the movie is so busy in terms of both props and action - that there are always new things to notice. It also has a good moral to the story, thanks to Bob and his dads relationship being a central part of the story, and that is the importance of open and honest communication. And, of course, good old Bob always reinforces the idea of getting pleasure and satisfaction out of working hard together.
BrilliantBy Rach68 from Cornwall , 14 Feb 2005My two boys (aged 2 and 4) absolutely loved this film - we've had to rent it twice now! Amusing for adults to watch through once as well. Great fun.