I was able to screen a cute movie recently called, WonderPark, about a child with an inquisitive creative mind who creates her own theme park. Nickelodeon produced this adorable film and I am excited to share more details with you all about it.

June, left, and her best friend Bunky in a scene from the animated film, WONDER PARK by Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies

Boomer and June in a scene from the animated film, WONDER PARK by Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies


WONDER PARK tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive.


Jennifer Garner, Matthew Broderick, John Oliver, Mila Kunis, Kenan Thompson, Ken Jeong, Norbert Leo Butz, Brianna Denski and Ken Hudson Campbell


My thoughts:

I think this is an amazing movie for kids, but there is definitely a message in it instantly for adults when you start watching it. You can see early when the movie starts how June is able to be so carefree and creative because her mother is very supportive. Her mother helps her with her imaginative WonderPark, plays with her, come up with ideas and continuously affirms that the wonder is from within. How many of us wishes our parents was that engaged and interactive with our creative talents and skills? How many parents are actively telling their children to keep a healthy and creative mind of wonder on a regular basis?

This world sometimes teaches you that you have to let go of the wonder in your mind, unfortunately at a younger and younger age. It teaches us sometimes to let go of our imagination, to push it to the side, and focus on more logical thing. How many of us have lost own our own sense of wonder at a long age? It will really make you think about how losing touch with your creative side and hurt something inside of you, or if you continue to spark it – how it can bring you back to life.

I love that Nickelodeon brought back one of their talented original child star talent from their 90’s hit show All That, Keenan Thompson as the voice of Boomer.

This movie is for all kid and ADULTS who still have the heart of wonder within them!

L-r, Steve, Greta, June, Boomer, Peanut, Cooper and Gus surrounded by Chimpanzombies in a scene from the animated film, WONDER PARK by Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies.

WONDER PARK is in theatres March 15, 2019

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