A lot of veggie-hilarity ensues, and some teachable moments, leading Robin to decide he can overcome his hurt feelings, and rescue his friends and the townspeople from a ham-loving giant.
The Veggie-Lesson is: No hurt is too big for God. I felt that the story did a good job with the focus on handling hurt, and also shared a lesson of hope.
The dvd includes a bonus short story, Lenny & the Lost Birthday, where a misunderstanding about leap year causes a boy to be very sad that no one remembered his birthday.
In the first story, I thought everyone was being really mean to Lenny (Jr. Asparagus), until I found out that it wasn't actually his birthday yet because of leap year. I think leap year should have its extra day added to the end of December, because it is the end of the year, and would make more sense.
I liked that all the characters in the Robin Good story were dressed up, and Bob's hair was funny. I also liked that they added a giant, because giants always make things more exciting. I thought it was good that even though Larry's feelings were hurt when his friends left and did the wrong things, they were able to make up and work together in the end.We all enjoyed this movie (I know I'm a bit old for it, but I still love watching Veggie Tales).
I know you need more Veggie Tales in your life, and I'm here to help.
I have one copy of Robin Good and His Not-So-Merry Men to give away to a reader.