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The Star of Christmas is simple but sincere

Updated on December 26, 2011

The VeggieTales videos are always brimming with good christian sentiment. So it's only fitting that they have at least one program dedicated to one of the biggest christian holidays out there. And yes, I know they have others, but I've decided to talk about only one right now.

VeggieTales: The Star of Christmas follows Milward and Cavis (played by Larry the Cucumber and Bob the Tomato, voiced by Mike Nawrocki and Phil Vischer). Milward and Cavis decide to put on a play to encourage mankind to be nicer and play well with others. The date they plan for is Christmas Eve, but they find that much of their possible audience will likely be going to the local church's production of the Christmas Nativity, featuring a famous relic, The Star of Christmas.

The story isn't particularly deep, but as the movie is meant for the youngest of audiences, that's hardly a problem. It's earnest. It's honest. And it's sincere.

The message is worn on its sleeve, so if you're looking for something more subtle, be aware of that going in.

This one gets a 7 / 10.

VeggieTales: The Star of Christmas is unrated and contains absolutely nothing to worry any parents out there.


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