Those of you who know me, know that I'm a big fan of Veggie Tales. So it shouldn’t surprise you to know that when I was offered the opportunity to watch their newest adventure, that I jumped at the chance.
Beauty and the Beet is a charming rendition of a familiar story. And just as in the classic "Beauty and the Beast", there is a lesson to be learned about love.
Mirabelle is traveling with her band, The Veggie Tones, on their way to an important (and hopefully well paying) gig when a storm hits. Maybe not quite as bad as Buffalo, NY got this week, but bad enough that they have to stop because of the weather conditions. They have no money, and their offer to sing for their supper isn't warmly received by the grumpy Mr. Beet.
As they take on the list of chores that Mr. Beet insists that they do to pay for their meals and room, Mirabelle, alone in the family does so without grumbling. The rest of the family isn't quite as willing to repay "mean" with "nice" but Mirabelle insists, because God loves here even though she might not deserve it, so the least she can do is love someone else. And despite the resistance, she perseveres.
Over time Mr. Beet's heart softens in the face of Mirabelle's persistence. And there are a lot of surprises along the way to his transformation.
A story of what God's love can do, told in a way that only the Veggie Tales can do. Recording star Kellie Pickler is the voice of Mirabelle, and the new songs will have you dancing in your seats. And of course there's a new Silly Song with Larry, plus all sorts of bonus features and previews.
If you haven't seen it yet, what are you waiting for?
If you've already seen it, go ahead, you know you want to watch it again. Fun for all ages.