Jonas Rockin' the House: Volume 1
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These episodes are:
The three brothers are planning to swtich all their home movies over to DVD for their mom's brithday (hey! maybe I should have done this instead of buying it. Too bad I would have missed the JO Bro'd thing though.) Instead they accidently ruin their mom's tapes but come up with a way to fix it for her instead!
This is a cute episode. The boys with obviously do anything for their mom and the videos they make are the funniest things! Plus you get to watch real life Jonas home videos and there is nothing wrong with that.
Nick falls in love too fast with this girl who he is teaching guitar to. He writes her a song (that gets stuck in my head for the rest of the day once I have heard it) and then she uses that song for her performance and dedicates it to another guy! Ahh! Song: "Give Love a Try"
This episode is okay. Nick's acting is a little stiff, probably cause this is the first episode. He loosens up in later episodes and has a better subtle acting that is hilarious. The girl in this is very annoying and shows the future of what the girls are going to be like on this show.Read more ›
If you give this show a try you will fine that you will indeed enjoy it and look forward to the next episode.
All of the characters are great and the situations they find themselves in leaves you laughing...
So go ahead and buy it.. TRUST ME you will lke it!
The comedy series is reminiscent to another classic music-based comedy shows such as "The Partridge Family" or "The Monkeys" in which the storylines focus on a topic and is essentially a comedy series. Also, similar to those classic shows, the Jonas Brothers perform a song relating to the show.
"JONAS" revolves around three brothers who are in a popular band known as JONAS. Here is a summary of the primary characters of the show:
THE LUCAS FAMILY
Kevin Lucas (Kevin Jonas) - The elder brother who loves playing the guitar and his mind sometimes is way out there. And typically the brother who is most willing to do wacky things.
Joe Lucas (Joe Jonas) - The cool member of the group who has a close relationship with the band's fashion stylist and good friend Stella Malone (Chelsea Staub) but doesn't want to hurt their friendship so he never shows any romantic interest in her.
Nick Lucas (Nick Jonas) - The intelligent and calm brother who tries to knock some sense into his two older brothers.
Tom Lucas (John Ducey) - The father and the manager of the group
Sandy (Rebecca Creskoff) - The loving mother
Frankie Lucas (Frankie Jonas) - The younger brother and wants to be in the spotlight like his older brothers.
Stella Malone (Chelsea Staub) -A childhood friend of the Lucas brothers, who literally grew up with Joe Jonas when they were young toddlers.Read more ›
I can only imagine the discussions that went on in developing this series. Surely part of the effort was to, as much as possible, not do another Monkees show. The fictional group is called "Jonas" and they the "Lucas" kids live a fantasy life in which they have Archie comics-style teen lives as well as successful music careers. In essence, the live the dream of celebrity fame as well as, ironically, the dream of some "normal life" of celebrities caught up in the trappings of notoriety.
The episodes on the new Jonas: Rockin' the House DVD include "Groovy Movies," one of the few episodes to feature the boys' TV mom (Dad is their agent, so is a regular character). Both Mom and Dad, capably played by John Ducey and Rebecca Creskoff, are descendants of June and Ward Cleaver, always formally dressed and immaculately coiffed.
The series, which seemed to be a long time in development, in entertaining, but there is a feeling of indecision about what genre it should follow. It tries to be so many things (family comedy, wacky farce, music video vehicle) that it's not easy to pin down and thus perhaps not as compelling as it might be in the future. The logistics of pleasing all the players involved must have been interesting, to be sure.
My favorite aspect of the series is the art direction. Since the one indisputable thing about the show is its fantasy, everything has a sunny, Technicolor look. The school is dazzling, with its own atrium for "heartfelt" scenes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
everything good ,package good and arrived on time,thanks to all.Published 2 months ago by William Harlow
I really like this series because i like the Jonas Brothers!Published 10 months ago by Capital One Platinum
Love this serial.. i wish that could have the complete series....Published 10 months ago by anita safitri
My 7 year old daughter loves this! She got it for Christmas. Great for the whole family. :)Published 13 months ago by Ashley McCloney
Love them all keep them all coming a have a happy and wonderful but safe new year.Published 13 months ago by Richad Marsh