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VeggieTales: Robin Good and His Not-So-Merry Men

By Renee Schonfeld, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Faith-based parody about helping others and handling hurt.

Movie NR 2012 50 minutes
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Veggietales Robin Good and His Not-So Merry Men review by Logan Strohl

It's the not best release from Veggietales but it has a good lesson in it not best version of Robin Hood but it is just fine.

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Filled with familiar characters, humorous predicaments, and clever melodies, this is typical VeggieTales fare. The message -- that each person is special and God is standing by to help in any situation -- is heard frequently. The affirmation, that "things will get better, I promise they will," is optimistic and comforting.

And ultimately, it's the more confident Robin, with renewed faith, who gathers and motivates the others to help him rescue themselves.

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