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Enjoy “Thunderstruck” This Labor Day Weekend!
Looking for some Labor Day weekend plans? Here’s an idea! Check you local listings to see if Taylor Gray and Kevin Durant’s new movie Thunderstruck is in a theater near you! Kids grab your parents and parents grab your kids! Thunderstruck is the perfect family film for your holiday weekend!
Check out some reviews!
“Thunderstruck, starring NBA superstar Kevin Durant, is a funny and inspirational film that is definitely enjoyable to watch. I recommend this film for ages 7 to 18 and anyone who loves the game of basketball. If you are a fan of Kevin Durant, then you will not want to miss this one. I give Thunderstruck four out of five stars because it’s funny, has a good message and is great for the whole family to enjoy.” -Brianna Beaton (Working Mother)
“Kids will love this lightweight yet fun basketball fantasy, which is the cinematic cousin to “body swap” movies such as Freaky Friday and Vice Versa.” - David Martindale (Dallas News)
“Thunderstruck” isn’t just for fans of the NBA player. It’s a family-friendly movie with a warmhearted message for children that — surprisingly — isn’t too cheesy for their parents to enjoy as well.” -Kelly Jane Torrance (Washington Examiner)
“Thunderstruck” is a lighthearted souvenir of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s extraordinary performance in the 2011-12 NBA season and the worldwide attention focused on its 6-foot, 9-inch superstar, Kevin Durant.” -George Lang (NewsOK)
“The kids that were in the theater I was in, loved it. I overheard one little boy tell his mom, “It was awesome!” I heard another say, “Kevin Durant was so funny!” Kids came walking out pretending like they were dribbling, shooting and being KD. I think that was kind of the idea. In terms of targeting an audience, I’d say “Thunderstruck” succeeded.” -Royce Young (Daily Thunder)
Have you seen Taylor Gray on the big screen yet? What did you think of the movie?