Veggies in Space – The Fennel Frontier
Join Captain Cuke (Larry the Cucumber) and his loyal first officer, Mr. Spork (Bob the Tomato), as they embark on an out of this world adventure to bravely travel where no Veggie has gone yet. The entire USS Applepies crew takes on Luntar the Looter, a power stealing space pirate, but they’re in for a big surprise when they find out just why he needs the energy. Blast off with your favorite Veggie characters as they dodge popcorn asteroids and evade Luntar’s super-grabber, all while learning a powerful lesson about sharing: if you have enough to spare, you have enough to share!
I reviewed the VeggieTales DVD Veggies in Space – The Fennel Frontier, which addresses the topic of sharing. The includes a song by Grammy-nominated and Christian Billboard top 10 artist Jamie Grace “Enough to Share“. The space-themed cartoon entertains children as well as adults with references to Dr. Who, Star Trek, Star Wars, and 2001 a Space Odyssey. I laughed out loud many times while watching it.
You can watch the trailer here:
It’s quite appropriate that I’m reviewing a space-themed DVD in light of the last two months of me being involved in the NASA Social at Kennedy Space Center. The VeggieTales DVD comes with both English and Spanish sub-titles.
I really enjoyed watching Veggies in Space – The Fennel Frontier. Not only was it entertaining, but its lesson is shown in a way that children of any age can learn about sharing. As children grow up, parents can share about the movie references that are shown.
Big Idea Entertainment, a division of DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc., is a leading studio and producer of children’s and family programming, characters and brands. Big Idea’s best-selling series VeggieTales® is a one of the most recognized brands in the US with moms of pre-schoolers*. Since 1993, VeggieTales® has sold 70 million videos, 15 million books and more than 7 million CDs. VeggieTales® enjoyed four seasons as top-rated series on NBC Saturday mornings, Telemundo and ION TV. The studio’s two theatrical releases, Lionsgate’s Jonah-A VeggieTales Movie® (2002), and Universal Pictures’ The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything®-A VeggieTales Movie® (2008), are distinguished among the most successful faith-based films of all time. Big Idea also maintains an extensive presence in publishing, licensing and live entertainment arenas. For more information on Big Idea, visit: VeggieTales
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