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VeggieTales: Sweetpea Beauty

4.6 out of 5 stars 167 customer reviews

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Once upon a time, there lived a royally sour blueberry, a fair rhubarb maiden and a dastardly deceptive mirror! Sweetpea Beauty knows that what'son the inside is what matters most, but insecure Queen Blueberry can't see past her own reflection! So, when a decree is handed down that only the most beautiful can rule the land, the Queen gets nervous and things turn ugly! Banished to the dark forest, Sweetpea's fate seems bleak until a charming prince, a band of merry minstrels and seven snow peas come to the rescue! Will Sweetpea and her friends be able to warn the Queen in time to save her from the clutches of the tricky mirror or will the crumbling kingdom and the Queen's own heart be lost forever? Find out in this fairy "Veggie" tale about the real meaning of true beauty.

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  • Actors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Big Idea
  • DVD Release Date: July 1, 2012
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (167 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B003M8NG58
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,470 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I feel like lately Big Idea has been coming with some very watered-down, unoriginal, and overlyloud productions. I grew up watching Veggie Tales and to be honest, at 20 I still watch them because I loved the simple stories and seeing stories that teach lessons that many of us tend to forget when confronted with the working life. I hated their last production, Pistaccio. I felt like there was minimal God in that video. It was more of an entertainment video rather than something to learn from. I especially hated how they just turned a disney movie into their own version. I loved Veggie Tales for their simple but creative stories, especially if they were stories taken straight from the Bible such as their Esther and Daniel productions. The name Sweetpea Beauty, threw me off cause it made me think that it was just another remake of a disney movie but after watching it, I actually liked it. They incorporated a lot more of God. I especially love their snoodle stories. I feel like the story may need some 'quiet moments' instead of every scene being so loud and full of attempted-jokes. But overall, i liked it and i don't mind watching this over and over. I do hope that Veggie Tales will make more serious, bible-centered stories in the future though! I loved the old, simple ones they did in the past!
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I have done A LOT of reviews for Veggie Tales in the past. While the last few videos were...good, they were not up to past standards. Again, I think this is due to the fact that Phil Visher lost control of Big Idea (get his book; Me, Myself & Bob to see how and why) Anyway, many others have taken turns writing for Veggie Tales, not always a good thing. It seems that Phil is back!..with great results!

The first story is in my opinion is the best. Snooderella is written in the same, and misty eye, manner as the orginal Snoodle's Tale. I have to believe Phil wrote this one too. A beautiful story about God loving us as we are.

The silly song, Pants was...well I found it somewhat annoying. Although I have found myself doing the laundry while singing, "they're pants if you short and shorts if you are tall" But it is still pretty good.

Sweetpea Beauty was also a great story...though Sweetpea Beauty did give me a toothache. But it really gave such a great point about seeing beauty and usefulness in EVERYTHING...even a skunk & worms. Not something you would expect to see in a Princess story but so needed. And I have to say it was...er...interesting to see bushy eyebrows on a blueberry.

To some up, not the absolute best of Veggie Tales but certainly not close to being the worst. I would rate it in the top 10 of Veggie Tales. Even those who are not big Veggie Tales I believe would love the message of this video.
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I have a collection of Veggie tales dating back to the earliest ones made. A few years ago, the producers sold rights to one of the networks. This latest one is a product of the 'after' effects of that relationship. The story line is much darker than you would normally expect from veggie tales. You really don't get the message about true beauty at all because most of the talk and action is done between the queen and the mirror who wants to 'finish' the local maiden. My almost 4 year old was scared and also the other day said, "I don't feel pretty" - she's never said anything like that in her life. I asked her why she was saying that and she said because of the queen in veggie tales. I promptly through the thing in the trash - don't buy this - it's just confusing and not a good wholesome presentation of true beauty. Shame on veggie tales!
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I am a Christian grandmother and was in search of a DVD that would teach Godly principles to my beautiful granddaughter. A way to bolster the at-home teaching she's receiving that inward beauty is what pleases God. I very much wanted to -- and expected to -- like this video, but just didn't. There were several shorts including the Sweetpea Beauty and Snoodlerella. The messages were just a little off to my way of thinking.

Snoodlerella really was an awkward, homely girl with glasses and braces and an abominable hair-do and of course her step-mom and sisters deride her. She gets a magical makeover and is the belle of the ball until midnight when once again the braces, glasses and hair reappear and everyone loses interest in her.... except for the king, of course, the God-figure who made her and loves her, who comes to dance with her. Disdain is shown by all other characters in the video for the plain, awkward child! Not the lesson you want to teach a child.

Sweetpea Beauty is a lovely girl, but the messages that surround her story were again a little off and distracting. Again physical beauty was glorified, even as they were teaching that inward beauty mattered most! There's got to be a better way to teach your little miss about inward beauty and take the emphasis off the outward looks. On the positive side, Sweatpea does have a beautiful voice and the songs were very pretty.
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I purchased this for my daughter who is 18 months old. I always have called her sweetpea...even before she was born! That is the only reason I bought this DVD. I am SO glad I did!

VeggieTales always has Biblical principles in their films, and I want to instill them in my child as much as I can with the things she listens to, watches and reads.

This story is great for girls of all ages...even us moms who don't always feel our best!

There are 2 stories on this DVD - Snoodlerella and Sweetpea Beauty.

Snoodlerella is a parody of Cinderella and is about a little "Snoodle" who doesn't feel pretty. She has glasses, braces and bad hair. She gets transformed by her fairy godmother and goes to the ball. The clock strikes midnight and all her "beauty" disappears. She feels bad about herself, but the king sees her and tells her how beautiful she really is and ends up dancing with him.

Sweetpea Beauty has different glimpses of fairytales we all know including Sleeping Beauty and Snow White. Very cute when they add the different fairytales together. The queen is obsessed with being the most fair, but the mirror tells her Sweetpea is the most beautiful and will take the crown. Eventually the queen realizes how wrong she was about Sweetpea after Sweetpea tells her how beautiful she is on the inside, and that outward appearances don't matter in God's eyes.

This is a great alternative to the Disney Princess movies if you're sick of watching them!
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