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Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures - The Angry Eyebrows

3.8 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Big Idea
  • DVD Release Date: September 14, 2004
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B00062IVGC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,724 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Larry Boy finaaly gets his own series! Working as the janitor at the Daily Bumble *he wasn't qualified for other positions* where he can keep an eye on the town. Several favorites are back: Bob, the editor in chief, Jr, an reporter, and Larry's faithful butler Archibald. A whole produce truckload of new characters arrive, among them: a new girl cuke reporter, a matronly fungi inventor, and the wise master Bok Choy, who teaches the superhero class at Bumblyber Community College.
The villians this round are Awful Alvin and his sidekick, Lampy. *Lampy is one of my favorite new characters* Alvin's evil plan is to relase angry eyebrows on the city, making the people, er, vegtables hold on to thier anger. Can LarryBoy withstand the attack? Can he defeat Alvin and Lampy? *after the main feature, the short "Fly by Might" is shown. Standard Tom & Jerry fare*
In the special DVD features, there are interviews, kareoke, character development, and other fun diversions.
Mike and Phil have another winner with The Angry Eyeballs. I recomend this for ages 6-126. *Even teens like me love the Cucumber of Steel!*
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While I understand what some people are saying about the style, as other reviewers have noted there was a reason for the style change. Big Idea is trying to go down a path where the videos can be produced more quickly so that kids (parents) have a greater variety of Christian alternatives to choose from.
My 3-year-old son LOVES this video. He's big into superheros right now, and Larryboy isn't the normal angst-ridden fare with a terrible dark side. And he has good moral lessons to teach, as well as showing that even if you forget or make a mistake, you can still make it right by listening to God.
My 6-year-old daughter likes it, too. And how often does that happen?!
Good family fare, unless you don't want your kids to watch the same program 2-4 times in a row.
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By A Customer on October 16, 2002
Format: DVD
Installment #2 in the Larryboy Cartoon Adventure Series is truly terrific! The villains ("The Alchemist" and "Mother Pearl") are brilliant baddies, whose ... scheme teaches us that our own ego can be our undoing. The look of the animation is great -- this is some of the best classic, "cel" TV animation I've seen in recent years. My kids love the characters "Herbert" and "Wally", and have even tried to reenact their "Operation Jellybelly Floppy Woppy" maneuver. Make sure your carpets are scotchguarded. My family can't wait for Larryboy #3 ("The Yodelnapper") to come out next month!
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Episode 2 in the new Larryboy series is a treat and a half! Recommended to kids and adults alike! Thank you Big Idea for remaining true to your slogan "Sunday morning values, Saturday morning fun!" I know that some Big Idea fans prefer the 3D animation look of the original VeggieTales, but classic cartoon fans salute Big Idea for including a different style in their repertoire. Great stuff! Can't wait for episode 3: The Yodelnapper!!
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The first day we got the cartoon, my son watched it twice. My 14 month old loves veggie tales and I personally like what they teach. Angry is something that every family has to deal with and this cartoon will make it easier to teach my son how to handle your anger. I've become a BIG fan of veggie tales - and will continue to purchase there cartoons for my son.
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First of all, you should know that this is a cartoon. They took the characters and changed them from 3D to 2D! At first, I didn't like it at all, but after watching the whole thing (and all the cool stuff they include in the DVD), I came to appreciate it a bit more.
Yes, it is a shock to those of us who have loved the old Veggie Tales. They are exploring a new medium and I just hope they aren't abandoning the old one!
The cartoon style is "retro 60's" style and you need to think superhero stuff. Batman, Superman, etc. The clever lines that they always had which really entertained the adults, are there on this one, but not nearly as many.
I think some young children might be afraid of "Awful Alvin", the villian in this new episode. (by the way, Alvin is a scallion, which you will find out if you watch all the extras on the DVD). His sidekick, Lampy, is not scary at all, and actually doesn't do much, which is entertaining in and of itself.
Welcome a new character "Bok Choy" who states his favorite dressing. He's teaching a class on how to be a superhero. The subtle humor is there, but you have to listen a little harder for it (or watch it more times <g>).
If you look at this as something different and NOT a new Veggie Tales, I think you will like it better. Also, if you can, get the DVD version. I was pleasantly surprised to see all the great extras. They show you how to draw Larry and Larry-Boy, and there is actually a Bok Choy quiz game, where you actually interact with the DVD! Oh, and be sure not to miss "Larry-Oke", a take off on Karaoke. They have the picture and the words to the Larry-Boy theme song and the words you're supposed to sing are highlighted. I can see kids really enjoying singing along.
The DVD has a whole hour of entertainment - the VHS tape has only 30 minutes running time!
Please check out my reviews of Christian books, music, and videos!
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By A Customer on April 28, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
My family and I are big Veggie Tales fans so when I saw that Big Ideas had released a new Larryboy video, I bought it immediately.
I was disappointed in it. The characters look different and I agree with the reviewer who wrote that it lacked the same wholesome qualities that its predecessors had. Though better than most cartoons on the air now, I wish Big Ideas had stuck with its original format. My boys love it, but the spiritual reasons for not staying angry were weak, something that was always strongly emphasized in previous videos. Overall, I would recommend this video only if they had purchased other Veggie Tales movies. I would not recommend it as a first choice.
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