Wonder Park Is The Reality Every Parent Needs

Hey Cuties,

We are six days out from spring and I am excited. We sprang forward for daylight savings time which means more daylight hours. As we ease into these 65+ degree temps it is time to get out and get into something. Wonder Park is the perfect family movie option for you.

The kid that stole my face and I went to the advance screening of Wonder Park last weekend and it was such a cute movie. LittleCuteLips started soccer so she and Babe weren’t able to join us. This means we will go see the movie AGAIN opening weekend so they can join us.

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The Style Medic and her boys joined us.

The ManChild and I both enjoyed the movie. We are both natural creatives, I am a craft queen and he is a budding artist. He draws very well. He also likes to build and make things with his hands. This movie celebrates those type of people in a way other movies don’t.

Wonder Park tells the story of an amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive.

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The best type of parent is one that allows their kids to explore their imagination. Wonder Park is a movie that celebrates imagination, creativity, and freedom of expression. This little girl has the most vivid imagination. Her parents play into it, and they encourage her to take it to the next level. They never tell her an idea is bad, they never tell her this is not real, they never make her doubt or question herself. We need more of that, so much more of that. Not everyone is meant to be a [insert whatever traditional job parents think are stable and safe, and that is okay.

Where would you get your artwork if we never had artists? What would you listen to if we never had musicians? What would you watch if we never had actors? What would you do if entertainment never existed? See, we need creatives, we make the world go round.

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As much as this movie celebrates using your imagination it also gets real. I don’t want to say it was heavy per se but it is real. Without spoilers, I will say they address what happens when a parent gets sick. It was a very natural flow in the story, and I love that they made it a part of the storyline. Children deal with this in real life and this might be comforting to know that others experience this as well. It is a very natural part of life and it was very well done. Kudos! This is an amazing movie to go and see, we laughed out loud a lot.

Lifestyle Media Correspondent MimiCuteLips shares her Wonder Park movie review. Wonder Park is in theaters March 15th. #WonderPark #WonderParkMovie


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Mimi Robinson is the Lifestyle Media Correspondent and editor behind MimiCuteLips®. She is a wife and mother of two. You can find Mimi working media at your favorite events, traveling and trying out new adventures, or working on a dope DIY project.

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  1. Kita

    I have heard good things about this. My daughter has been talking about building a park for the past few weeks and I had no idea what she was talking about.

  2. Tomiko

    We were just saying last night we were going to the movies today.. I will check with the kiddo and hubby to see if they want to check this out.. my daughter is s creative so she will really like this movie.. thanks for the suggestion

  3. Francesca Murray

    Looks like a good movie! I hadn’t even heard of it before so thanks for putting me up on it!

  4. Kiwi

    I saw wonderpark too! It was a powerful movie that I feel it was more of a message for adults too – we lose our childlike wonder when we get older. I love how the mother encouraged her child’s creativity!

    • MimiCuteLips

      Yes, it had a great word for the adults. We get in our own way as adults, we need to remember that childlike mindset. We can do anything!

  5. Tiffany Heard

    Looking at the first pic, that is your twin, a spitting image of you. Never heard of this movie but I like movies about real life but something that kids can understand. You def allow your kid’s talents to grow, they may be the next superstar or millionaire. You have the ability to big there biggest cheerleader or dream snatcher

  6. Nadalie Bardo

    This movie looks super cute! Which kid doesn’t want to build their own theme park. Reminds me of playing Rollercoaster Tycoon WAY back in the day.

  7. Stevie-Mari Starks

    Awe I loved this! I do’t have any children of my own, but I’m going to take my Godson! 🙂

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