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About the Film:
In Celery Night Fever, the retro funkadelic sights and sounds of polyester leisure suits and disco balls take center stage — along with a timeless message of friendship and forgiveness. Actor Terry Crews provides the voice of Bruce Onion, a nefarious real-estate developer who plans to turn the serene, green Celery Park into a parking lot. His unsavory scheme spurs Laura Carrot and Junior Asparagus to enact a bold plan: reuniting the long-lost 70′s band The Groovy Brothers to play at a fundraising concert. The problem is, The Groovy Brothers haven’t spoken to each other in decades, and the members have little interest in getting back together. The long-simmering feud spills over to affect Laura and Junior. It’s not just Celery Park that’s in jeopardy: if best friends can’t learn to forgive each other accept each other’s faults, the veggies might lose their cherished community gathering spot. Celery Night Fever features six original songs, including a rousing number from Bruce Onion, showcasing the musical side of Terry Crews. Celery Night Fever debuts Aug. 5 exclusively on DVD.
What we thought:
My kids love VeggieTales, we have a large VeggieTales DVD collection and they also watch the VeggieTales shows that are available on Netflix. The kids enjoy the characters and the stories keep them entertained. I love that the stories are wholesome, educational and faith based. VeggieTales is a trusted brand in my family and I like that I can let the kids watch a DVD or stream an episode, and walk away to do a chore and not worry about what might be inappropriate in the show.
VeggieTales didn’t let us down with their newest release “Celery Night Fever”. My kids sang along with the songs and had a great time watching this DVD, so much so that I was able to hide Lilly’s favorite princess movie for days! The topic was perfect too, Forgiveness. The boys seem to be fighting non-stop now that summer is here and they are together allot more. This story has given me an extra source to use in reminding them that God is quick to forgive and that they should too.
Enter to win a copy of VeggieTales “Celery Night Fever”
Giveaway ends: August 11th, 2014