Three lazy misfits - very timid Elliot (Larry the Cucumber), lazy Sedgewick (Mr. Lunt) and no self-confident George (Pa Grape) - dream of the day of putting on a show about pirates. With ... See full summary »
When the singing Veggies encounter some car trouble, they're stranded at old, rundown seafood joint where nothing is quite as it seems. As Bob the Tomato and the kids settle in to wait for ... See full summary »
After years of being seen via VHS and DVD, Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucmber, and their friends come to TV. Every week Bob invites us to his house where he and the gang answer letters from ... See full summary »
When Archibald Asparagus takes over VeggieTales, he does this episode in a classy way. The "Silly Song with Larry" involves takes place in the thirties, with Larry trying to protect his top... See full summary »
After accidentally breaking his dad's prized collector's plate, Junior Asparagus is encouraged (by his new friend Fibrilious Minimus) to cover up the accident. When Junior is forced to ... See full summary »
"Tales from the Crisper": Junior Asparagus, after watching a scary Frankencelery movie, is afraid to go to sleep; he gets help from Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber, who teach him that... See full summary »
When Joseph receives a beautiful coat from his parents, his eleven brothers hate him even more and are driven to sell him to desert merchants who take him to Egypt! There he is made the ... See full summary »
In this adventure, Toto Baggypants (Junior Asparagus) inherits a magical bean from his uncle Billboy (Archibald Asparagus). With the help of a group of friends, Toto embarks on a quest to find out what his gift is for. Written by
This was the first VeggieTales straight-to-video release to have a 52-minute-long feature, which then became the standard length. All previous entries (except for the Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie (2002) theatrical release) had been shorter. See more »
Though not as good as The Lord of the Rings itself, I really liked this video, it is probably my favorite of the VeggieTales series, along with The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's (I seem to like VeggieTales spoofs). There are some very cute parts of this film, and very good analogies to The Lord of the Rings, and it has a very good ending.
The story ends with the Veggie-version of Frodo, Todo, who saves the poor city people from starvation and drought, through the power given to him buy the magic Bean. This was a very good ending, with a lot of real-life meaning, to a good and humorous story.
I recommend this for everyone.
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