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Don't miss the animated VeggieTales short "Going Up." It follows the slapstick adventures of the Three Veggie Stooges as they try to deliver a very grand piano to a mansion on the top of a very big hill! Also, Larry sings "School House Polka," a funatically phonetical silly song with Larry! Running time: Approximately 50 minutes.
- Behind the scenes video
- Trivia Game
- Persistence Maze with random setbacks
- Director's Cut of Going Up!
- Audio commentary by Mike Nawrocki (Larry) and David Pitts, producer
- Concept Art Gallery
- Veggie Karaoke (Schoolhouse Polka)
- How to Draw Potato
- How to Draw Maewyn
- Family Fun Activity
- How to make a sock puppet video
- Interactive Storybook
- Progression Reel
- Easter Eggs
- DVD-ROM fun (coloring pages, script, links to Big Idea websites)
Vendor: Word Entertainment Inc
A Snoodle's Tale: A Lesson in Self-Worth, VeggieTales DVDBig Idea / DVD$8.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 17 Reviews
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Ben UmnusWisconsinAge: 18-24Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5July 7, 2011Ben UmnusWisconsinAge: 18-24Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I thought this was an odd-sounding title for a movie lol. Sumos and the opera don't really sound like something which go together that well, it reminds me of a funny card combo for Apples To Apples, lol; although they might have them in Japanese operas for all I know. Nevertheless I usually like what VeggieTales has to offer and wanted to watch this as I was donating some plasma. If the idea of sumos singing sounds strange to you, don't worry that isn't the entire film I assure you :P. This VeggieTales DVD consisted of three featurettes.
In Sumo of the Opera, there were three featurettes. The first was a somewhat silent movie about three workers who are trying to get a piano up a hill. The second is the story of Saint Patrick and why Saint Patrick's Day was originally founded; by the way it has nothing to do with alcohol! The main and final, story is about a sumo wrestler called The Italian Scallion who has to fight the champion Apollo for a shot at the title and a bicycle.
I thought it was kind of cute the three workers in the first featurette resembled the Three Stooges. I also thought the silly polka song they had before the story of Saint Patrick was pretty funny. The Saint Patrick story was quite educational, I didn't know much about him and thought that was actually the best part of this DVD. Even though I liked the Saint Patrick tale best, I did like the Sumo tale too :). The scriptural passage they had featured for this presentation was great, although most of the translations I read used the word "endurance" instead of the word Perseverance; appropriate still since you can't persevere without having endurance right? Overall not a bad film, although the Rocky puns were a bit cheesy, the message and entertainment were still top notch.
Jason TrenchardPhilaAge: 25-34Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5DVD ReviewFebruary 22, 2011Jason TrenchardPhilaAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4You can't go wrong with a Veggie Tells DVD. I like opera but not sumo wrestling; however, I enjoyed this DVD.
TravisMilton, PAAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5My Daughter Loves It!October 21, 2010TravisMilton, PAAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I bought this for my 21 month old, because she LOVES Veggies. She watches this over and over again. She thinks "Larry Cumber" is "Funny". Great series, would recommend any movies in the Veggie Tales series.
Fred Sandefer4 Stars Out Of 5August 20, 2010Fred SandeferMy 3 year old grand-daughter enjoyed this DVD very much. She watched it twice when she stayed overnight recently.
Shelley Irving4 Stars Out Of 5August 6, 2010Shelley IrvingGreat quality, as all the Veggie Tales are. Not my favorite one of the series, but entertaining and full pf great values!