Sorry about the previous thread I posted. I was holidaying in Hong Kong and for some reason I couldn't post.
What I find hypocritical is the depiction of the plane in the video. It appears as some sort of theme item throughout the video, flying through the air in the background as some sort of hidden message.
In one chapter the plane is flying through the clouds with a pilot and drops to earth without the pilot. Caleb then picks up the plane and plays with it, pretending to make it fly. There is no remote control in sight and no indication that the plane is electronically controlled.
The plane is seen to be magical with its flying ability and Caleb is allowed this toy. Whereas Sparlock, the magical warrior, shows absolutely no signs of being magical. It is only because he pretends that it has magical properties that he is banned from having it. The WTBTS has taken great efforts to show the plane's magical qualities and does nothing to differentiate between reality and imagination as far as this goes.
On another point, I just saw the song on the DVD. In now way is this a jingle aimed at children but rather a sweet song that would attract some adults. Another very strange thing is that midway through the song is a picture of Sparlock in front of the WTBTS's icon - the Tower symbol.
The most disturbing display in this DVD is the mother making her son throw the toy into the bin. Most loving parents would not even entertain the thought of doing that if their child was in posession of a dangerous toy, it would either mysteriously disappear (if the child was very young) or the parents would explain the danger and say they could not have it and descreetly throw it away out of sight if the item meant a lot to their child. Of course, if the item was given to them by another child they would attempt to return it to the parent and thoughtfully point out the dangers the item poses to their child (and this would also benefit the other parent who may not have considered the potential dangers).
But what really is telling is how regimented the WTBTS has become in its grab for control as opposed to impressing on JWs to lovingly follow God's guidance. There is a glaring lack of demonstrating the benefits in doing so other than the few comments about making your parents proud and God happy.