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VeggieTales: Celery Night Fever

By Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Lively Christian tale tackles friendship and forgiveness.

Movie NR 2014 45 minutes
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Veggietales Celery Night Fever Review by Logan Strohl

If you were to take Veggietales and Saturday Night Fever then this is what you would get a Christian 3d animated band episode on forgiveness 44 years later. It works really well. The songs are good and so is the story and lesson even though it's the same lesson taken from God Wants Me To Forgive Them ?!? Which did it better otherwise then very good and enjoyable perfect for the whole family and fans of musicals.

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VEGGIETALES: CELERY NIGHT FEVER is upbeat, funny, silly, and full of really catchy songs that kids will love to dance to. The well-paced storytelling keeps the action moving, and the lessons here are indisputably valuable -- in this case, it's much better to forgive and keep a friend than hold a grudge and lose one. There is some very minor insulting language, and one scene -- wherein Laura tells Junior she simply won't be his friend anymore -- that may be a bit intense for very young kids. But for most families, this is a no-brainer of wholesome entertainment; the only caveat is for families of other faiths or who are secular, as the religious references may warrant some explanation.

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