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Veggie Tales: Maclarry & Stink

4.7 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews

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A long time ago, in a land flowing with beards and kilts, there lived two clans who were locked in a longstanding feud! The tribes plotted against each other with various pranks, including water balloon ambushes, bad haircuts, and a host of other hijinks! Dwelling amongst these perpetual pranksters is "MacLarry" - a well-meaning young inventor who just wants to make kooky gadgets! Try as he may, he has never mastered the art of pranking, even after much training from the Chief prankster himself; his father, Chog Norrius. Discouraged, MacLarry sets on a journey to find the great inventor "Archie-medes", in hopes of finding a place he can belong. Meanwhile, the feud is escalating and Chog's clan is plotting their biggest prank yet; releasing the stinkiest cheese in the land on their rivals! When the cheese caper goes afoul, Chog and the people realize they aren't able to solve the situation on their own - they need MacLarry's special skills to save the day! Will Chog and the tribe find MacLarry in time to convince him that his unique and God-given gifts are just what is needed to help both clans from being overcome by the loathsome Limburger and resolve their differences for good?

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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Big Idea
  • DVD Release Date: January 2, 2015
  • Run Time: 45 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CA3M7H4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,668 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I have done A LOT of Veggie Tales reviews through the years. Our family has EVERY Veggie Tales ever released as well as books, toys (oh, so many toys) and so much more. If you are a fan, you are going to want this in your collection. While it is by far not the worst Veggie Tale video they have made it is not the best either; definitely not in the top ten. It has a great story line & some really great gags for kids & adults. It just kind of fell flat; honestly, the music (especially the silly song) just wasn't up to Veggie Tale standards. It was nice to see Bob in a more prominent role. (he's my favorite veggie)

If you are a huge Veggie fan, you will be glad to get this one. If you are not or new to the Veggie world, look elsewhere.
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The intelligent humor of the first several years of Veggie Tales has been all but left behind in "MacLarry & the Stinky Cheese Battle". Part of what made Veggie Tales a success was their ability to appeal not just to young children, but to the college students working in bible book stores across the country. Engaging stories, well-written dialogue and Scriptural truth combined with genuinely funny humor led to twentysomethings being the second-largest consumers of Veggie Tales. That creativity and humor was next to killed in "The Easter Story", and is effectively buried in MacLarry.

MacLarry & The Stinky Cheese Battle seems remarkably similar to what Phil Vischer mentioned as a problem dealing with "Jonah": Attempting to cram in too much stuff in far too little time...only this time, there was no two-hour movie possibility to allow time for development. The jokes fall flat, the rushed delivery style makes everything seem irrelevant, and young kids will have a tough time empathizing with characters who (despite the 3D animation) are notably 2D in personality. The characters are more of a "Bob the Builder" ensemble in this movie- audiences will find it nearly impossible really cares about any of the characters except MacLarry (Archibald Asparagus doesn't even speak a word, despite being referred to throughout the episode). As a Veggie Tale, this seems like a cheap knock-off of "How To Train Your Dragon", only without the budget, time, creativity or humor. Nothing intelligent here to keep the attention of the adults watching, and a blur of messiness drains the value out of a formerly worthwhile set of videos.

Terribly jumbled, non-memorable songs about nothing. Badly-done Chuck Norris jokes.
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Unlike many of their features, this one seemed much more pointed toward the kids than many of the others when they cleverly include humor for all ages. Nonetheless it is still a great story and as with all their material, worthy of educational value and clean entertainment. So it still gets 5-stars despite the younger appeal of the focused audience and such.
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You'd think they would eventually run out of ideas, but for some reason they just keep giving us great family movies time and time again. It's shorter than the others previously released. This DVD only has one show where some of them have an additional short show. However, the characters are good, and teaches a good lesson of being okay with who you are. So much better than anything on tv.
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I really like the VeggieTales series. I think I get as much fun out of them as any of the kids that watch them. Even the "out takes" are hilarious. I really enjoy the underlying Bible stories and teachings of God. Its very important in my house hold and with my immediate and extended family.
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Don't ask me why, but I was less than thrilled when I saw that the summer VeggieTales release would be MacLarry & the Stinky Cheese Battle. I just didn't think it would that that good. But, fan that I am, I bought it anyway. And I must say I enjoyed it.

In answer to a letter the VeggieTales gang has received from a kid whose interests are different than his friends, Scooter steps up to tell a story. That's right, Scooter the Scottish Carrot. So is it any wonder that the story takes us back to ancient Scotland?

Well, okay, as they freely admit, it's an alternative universe Scotland where The Barber-barians are just a gorge away from the Romans. While the two areas used to be friends, harmless pranks got out of hand and now the two sides feud.

Into this world comes MacLarry (Larry the Cucumber as voiced by Mike Nawrocki). His father is Chog Norrius (voiced by Henry Haggard), the leader of their clan. But all MacLarry seems to do during his initiations is mess things up. That's because he's not a good barber or prankster or definitely not a good prankster barber. Instead, he wants to be an inventor. But even his inventions don't seem to work right. Discouraged, he sets out to find his hero, Archimedes. Will he find him or will he cause an even bigger crisis in this war?

There was nothing especially noteworthy about the story. It pretty much followed the plot points I was expecting. But what made it fun was the return of the trademark Veggie humor. There were site gags and puns aplenty. Several of them were throw away lines I just loved. And some of them would even go right over the heads of the kids but be caught by their parents.
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