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Download The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie Full Movie | About The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie Film

Posted on: March 19, 2013

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Genres: Comedy , Adventure , Animation
Actors: Patrick Kramer , Ally Nawrocki , Drake Lyle , Tim Hodge , Jim Poole , Sondra Morton Chaffin , Megan Murphy , Keri Pisapia , Cydney Trent , Alan Lee , Yuri Lowenthal , Laura Gerow , Cam Clarke , Mike Nawrocki , Phil Vischer
Director: Mike Nawrocki
Country: United States
Year: 2008
IMDB Rating: 5.1/10 (1526 votes)

Three lazy misfits – very timid Elliot (Larry the Cucumber), lazy Sedgewick (Mr. Lunt) and no self-confident George (Pa Grape) – dream of the day of putting on a show about pirates. With their own problems of might not having this dream come true, they soon find themselves traveling back in time into the 17th century and begin a quest to rescue a royal family from an evil tyrant, and learn about being pirates.

Film Review

Pirates was very cute, i took all of my younger brothers and sisters to see it and each of them liked something different about the movie. I especially liked the part where the rowboat fell out of the sky and the Rock Monster song was very funny. I grew up watching Veggie Tales and have been very disappointed with their more recent videos (post 2003 era) mostly because the writing seems to have lost something, it seemed like they were forcing the stories to have a blatantly Christian message. This movie was different from any other veggie tales because there was no Bible story the Pirates story was better than anything that's come out from them recently. However, about halfway through watching it, I started to fidget, luckily I had a bag with yarn and a crochet hook and I ended up having half a scarf by the time the movie was over.

In this day of incredible computer-aided animation and scripts written to keep audiences laughing, it is easy to get caught up in the quality of the production and the non-stop barrage of jokes while losing sight of another objective that a good movie for kids might—or even should—attempt to achieve: communicating the value of virtues. It is rare that a movie can pull off all three, and I have to believe that effectively communicating values (without preaching) is the most difficult of the three.The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything comes close on all three counts. The animation is good, but it does not amaze. The story has moments of laughter and emotion, but you don't end up caring about many of the characters. And it makes it clear that doing the right thing and being willing to make sacrifices for others is important and worth the effort. In the end, I was glad that my kids had been entertained while having important principles reinforced. This is truly a movie for k…

The veggies never cease to be entertaining.Our kids love them and I have an affection for them as well,but there are elements of this film that trouble me.While I suppose that there is a message that is Christian in nature in the film,God is never mentioned once,nor is the Bible or anything pertaining to it.In a normal Veggie Tales production,God is mentioned at least somewhere if not throughout.I find this troubling.Hopefully,the makers of this series will get back on the ball with their next production.Hopefully they have not forsaken what has endeared them to many people over the years and have sold out to mainstream Hollywood.This would be a rotten shame.Also,all of the usual VT characters get at least a small part in all or most of their productions,yet here this is not the case.We see only seconds of Bob the Tomato,and nothing at all of the French Peas or Junior Asparagus.This is not so much troubling as it is disappointing,I suppose.Overall,it's an entertaining watch,but in…

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