My children are huge VeggieTales fans as you can see from my previous VeggieTales reviews; The Little House that Stood, The Penniless Princess, Princess and the Popstar and Twas the Night before Easter.
VeggieTales has just released a new DVD entitled, Celery Night Fever that focuses on friendship and forgiveness. The story of Celery Night Fever has all the fun of the groovy 70’s complete with disco balls, bright colors and polyester. Celery Night Fever revolves around a young girl, Laura Carrot who is determined to save the city park from being turned into a parking lot by the real-estate developer, Bruce Onion (voiced by Terry Crews). Laura and her friend Junior Asparagus decide to decide to reunite the long ago retired band ‘The Groovy Brothers’ to play at a fundraising concert to save the park. The only problem is that The Groovy Brothers haven’t spoken to one another since the band broke up decades ago. The feud between the band members begins to affect Laura and Junior. They must all find a way to accept each others shortcomings to save the park.
My children (3 years old and seven years old) both enjoyed the movie. My daughter followed the story while my son just loved watching the characters and listening to the music. As I have said previously I love the lessons that VeggieTales teaches my children. The movies are wholesome and VeggieTales is a brand I can trust. When I asked my seven year old daughter what she learned she said “I learned that you make friends and that you shouldn’t walk away and be there friends anymore. You should be friends forever.”
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