VeggieTales: Beauty and the BeetVeggieTales
In Beauty and the Beet, Mirabelle and her traveling family band, the Veggie Tones, are determined to make their next gig at Vegetable Square Garden. On their journey, a fierce winter snowstorm hits, and the family gets stuck at a run-down resort! Mr. Beet, the grumpy manager... Read More
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Mr. Beet, the grumpy manager makes them sing - and clean - for their supper. Why is Mr Beet such a beast? And can Mirabelle’s kindness change him? Find out in this hilarious and heartwarming VeggieTales story of unconditional love.
Run Time: 45 mins.
- Product type: Video
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: Oct 11, 2014
- UPC: 820413138998
- Height: 0
- Width: 0
- Length: 0
- Language: English
- Volumes/Discs: 1
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Great Family Movie! by Belinda on 2/4/2015
We thoroughly enjoyed Beauty and the Beet! The story line was great and it did a wonderful job of reminding us that we should always show kindness to everyone. One thing I love about Veggie Tales is that the stories express lessons in a way kids can understand. They can relate to the situations the characters find themselves in. In the movie, Mirabelle makes the decision to be kind to Mr. Beet even when he’s not so nice just as God loves us unconditionally. I also liked that the movie emphasized being helpful as well. As usual, the songs were awesome and my kids were singing parts of them after the movie was over. Silly Songs with Larry is always a fave with my boys and his Mac n Cheese song had them all laughing. Beauty and the Beet is a funny, wholesome family movie that everyone will enjoy and learn from!
- Family Movie Night by Amanda / Christian Shelf-Esteem on 1/28/2015
We are a household full of VeggieTales fans so when I was offered the opportunity to review Beauty and the Beet through the Family Christian Blogger program, I gleefully accepted. The opinions that I express are my own--I was not required to write a positive review.
Beauty and the Beet was a wonderful selection for family movie night in our house. The story follows Larry the Cucumber and his up-and-coming singing group, the VeggieTones. One gig leads to another and soon their fame puts them on the road to Vegetable Square Gardens. On the way they become stranded by a snowstorm and are forced to stay at a mountainside resort with a less than reputable 1 star review. In silly veggie fashion the group finds themselves penniless and must appeal to the grumpy manager to allow them to work and sing for their keep. What follows is a great lesson about loving difficult people.
Our family gives Beauty and the Beet 4/5 stars. This was a DVD that our whole family enjoyed. My list of praises is a sizable one: I appreciated the musical talent of Kellie Pickler (not that I have anything against Larry), the high quality animation, the challenge of Mr. Beet’s abrasive personality (some reacted in the flesh but Mirabelle chose to love like Jesus), and everyone (even my husband) had a good laugh at the silly veggie antics. Our one critique is that the songs get a little repetitive by the end of the 58 minutes.
- Beauty and the Beet by Lori on 1/14/2015
Synopsis: Mirabelle and her traveling family band, the Veggie Tons, are determined to make their next gig at Vegetable Square Garden. On their journey, a fierce winter snowstorm hits, and the family gets stuck at a run-down rest! Mr. Beet, the grumpy manager makes them sing - and clean - for their supper. Why is Mr. Beet such a beast? And can Mirabelle's kindness change him? Find out in this hilarious and heartwarming tale of unconditional love!
Thoughts: VeggieTales always brings a smile to my face, so it was no surprise when Beauty and the Beet did as well! I may not have any kids, but I love a great kid movie, just as much as the next kiddo does. :) This movie is great showing a lesson in unconditional love - Mirabelle decides to be loving to Mr. Beet, just as God has unconditional love for all of us. The songs were all fun and silly, as always. There was even a fun holiday music video included to Deck The Halls.