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Veggie Tales Live! Sing Yourself Silly

posted by Nell Minow
B+
Lowest Recommended Age:All Ages
MPAA Rating:NR
Profanity:None
Nudity/Sex:None
Alcohol/Drugs:None
Violence/Scariness:None
Diversity Issues:None
DVD Release Date:May 23, 2011

I love the silly songs from Bob and Larry and the Veggie Tales gang!

The first-ever live show DVD from Big Idea entertainment is this delightful collection of the silliest silly songs ever sung, including my two favorites, “The Hairbrush Song” and “Endangered Love” (which we refer to as “Barbara Manatee” in our house).  The live show has classics like “The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything” and some new songs, plus dancing, bubbles, confetti, some peeks backstage, and some lessons about sharing and friendship.  It won’t be out until next month but I have one DVD to give away to a lucky fan.  Send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with “Veggie” in the subject line and tell me your favorite silly song.  Don’t forget your address!  I’ll select one winner at random on June 1.  Good luck and stay silly!

 

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  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Pam

    I am not entering the contest — I’ll leave it for a younger family to win — but I’d like to comment that “The Water Buffalo Song” is something that life keeps bringing to my mind. Somehow, there are a lot of “where’s MY water buffalo” moments, no matter how old we are ;-)

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Martha

    I really like your blog. Your reviews for the children’s movies are really good. I was searching around for a good non violent movie to take my kids to and found one that comes out today in theaters called the Lion of Judah. I found a review on it as well as other information. Would you do a review on this movie? Here is a link to what i had found:
    http://moviereach.com/2011/06/lion-of-judah-movie-review-loj-making-an-impact-in-hollywood/

    • Nell Minow

      Thank you, Martha, I hope to review this one.

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