Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber appear as Cavis Appythart and Millward Phelps, respectively--two jingle writers based loosely on Gilbert and Sullivan. The setting is 1880s London, and... See full summary »
After returning home from what was supposed to be a Danish-immersion camp, Larry the Cucumber meets up with Bob the Tomato for a series of sketches dealing with self-esteem, along with a ... See full summary »
Archibald Asparagus has cancelled 'Silly Songs with Larry'! A despondent Larry the Cucumber drowns his sorrows at Jimmy Gourd's ice cream parlor. Will Archibald give Larry his job back? How... See full summary »
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 »
Larry the Cucumber is detective dynamo Sheerluck Holmes and Bob the Tomato his venerable sidekick Dr. Watson. Together their superlative powers of observation and forensic fortitude can ... See full summary »
When Larry goes out of town during production to help some needy kids, he runs into trouble. Frustrated, he calls Bob to say that he's giving up and coming home. Bob and "Lutfi" (a small ... 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 »
King George, unlike most kings, spends most of his time in the bathtub, playing with his favorite toy - a rubber ducky. But George isn't satisfied with just his rubber ducky - he wants all ... 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 is a really great movie! I watched it with my three-year old brother, and he loved it. Anyway, I was curious to watch this because I wanted to see how closely it resembled Lord of the Rings. I'm a nerd, okay? And it is very similar. Almost word-for-word, well, not quite. And the music is really fascinating and eerily similar to the Trilogy.
Some scenes are a bit confusing for younger kids, but the message is pretty clear (people's gifts and how they don't get to choose them, but can choose what they do with them). I laughed and (shamefully) enjoyed it.
Big Idea is a really great company, and I like the work that they do. I learned a few things myself from this movie!
So I'd suggest it to anyone with kids 6 and under. Definitely!
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