Good Sports Gang: Elliot the Invincible
Kurt Warner (two-time NFL MVP) and his Good Sports Gang are coming your way with their fun-filled adventures full of down-to-earth values! Kurt – better known to the Good Sports as Coach – is on the lookout for kids in need and relies on the Good Sports Gang to save the day! Come along as this mighty band of extra-special superheroes bounces into action! Toes will be tapping as kid-friendly melodies and the infectious rhythms of bouncing balls accompany the Good Sports wherever they go. In the very first episode, the town jocks have exiled a boy named Elliot from their any new game, Flobo, and saddled him with a cruel nickname, Elliot the Unable. But our superheroes know that everyone has a talent, and they’re off to the rescue! You’ll find out how they help a kid, who thought he was a chump, discover that he really is a champ!
Wow, what a refreshing video! Seeing an NFL athlete providing kids with wholesome family-friendly entertainment and a message of good values is very refreshing. It seems nowadays we see far too many big name athletes getting publicity for bad behavior that certainly is not worthy of their public position or the respect they receive from young fans. Kurt Warner is to be congratulated as he, through his foundation, and GoodTimes Entertainment, puts together a fun and educational video for kids. Kurt plays and important role as the Good Sports Coach and he encourages them to assist Elliot, a boy in need of finding out what God’s gifts in his life are.
This has a good story line and fun animation and music. Kids will be entertained for hours and what is even better is that this is a series of videos. In addition to the story, Kurt Warner gives inspirational lessons from the playbook of life in Coaches Corner. Also, his daughter takes the viewer on a very educational journey as to how the video was made. So there is not only some good wholesome entertainment with a valuable lesson in this video, but some fun educational stuff as well. This video scores a touchdown in my playbook. Thank you Kurt Warner and GoodTimes Entertainment!