Fandango Movie CashI love taking my boys to the movies. Some of out favorite Dreamworks Movies of the last few years are on sale right now at Best Buy. I just got an Xbox One, but I don’t have many Blu-ray Discs. If you are like me, now is the time to stock up!Best Buy has 16 Dreamworks titles ranging from $7.99-$14.99 each. The best part is though, that each Blu-ray disc includes $7.50 in Fandango Cash to use towards your next trip to the movies!You can see the full list here, but here are some of the highlights we reviewed.

Turbo- $9.99Turbo-2013-3D-Movie-Poster-Download   Turbo is the story of a snail who loves speed, but as a snail doesn’t have much of it.  Then a freak accident involving a street racer and Turbo is born!  Turbo has big dreams of becoming a race car driver like his hero, Guy Gagné, but his brother Chet doesn’t understand his need for speed. Turbo believes that no dreams are too big and no dreamer too small.I took my boys to see it and they loved it! (Full Review)
Epic- $9.99Epic wide poster 2013
   My wife is an awesome hair stylist and so she usually works on Saturdays.  That means me and the boys usually have Saturdays to have fun (barring a ward movie or service project).  This Saturday we went to see Epic!  I was a bit nervous after my experience with Wreck-It Ralph, but it was a real great time!
In Epic a teenager named Mary Katherine (Amanda Seyfriend) finds herself transported to a deep forest setting where a battle between the forces of good and the forces of evil is taking place. She bands together with a rag-tag group characters in order to save their world, and ours. (Full Review)Rise of the Guardians- $9.99rise-of-the-guardians   I believe in Santa Claus.  I always have, I always will.  I still get giddy waiting in line for my kids to get their picture taken.  Elf is one of my favorite Christmas Movies.   I can’t quite explain it.  My suspension of disbelief is indisputable.  Perhaps it is because growing up the rule was; “if you don’t believe, you don’t get gifts” or maybe it is just because of everything he represents.  This is one of the major themes of Rise of the Guardians.  Every holiday is exemplified in some sort of being, St. Patrick’s Day has a leprechaun, Valentine’s Day has Cupid, and even Groundhog Day has Puxatawny Phil!  The most elite of these immortal beings are chosen to be Guardians. (Full Review)