VeggieTales: Lyle, the Kindly Viking

VeggieTales: Lyle, the Kindly Viking

Oh, my! Determined to present something "classy" for a change, Archibald Asparagus has taken over VeggieTales! Assisted by those rascally French Peas, Archibald aims for new heights in veggie programming by attempting to produce "the world's first all-vegetable staging of Shakespeare's Hamlet," the first-ever "Classy Songs with Larry," and for the grand finale, the world premiere of what he believes to be Gilbert and Sullivan's lost musical: Lyle the Kindly Viking! Of course, working with the French Peas as assistants is a recipe for disaster and in the chaos - and hilarity - that ensues, Bob, Larry, and Junior all learn a great lesson about sharing. Archibald, on the other hand, mostly just learns to never again work with the French Peas. Don't miss Junior Asparagus as "Lyle the Kindly Viking" in this hilarious VeggieTales musical adventure! Your whole family will sing - and laugh - along as they learn that "sharing gets us more of what we really want - friends!"

When Archibald Asparagus takes over VeggieTales, he does this episode in a classy way. The "Silly Song with Larry" involves takes place in the thirties, with Larry trying to protect his top... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


VeggieTales: Lyle, the Kindly Viking torrent reviews

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Jay B (us) wrote: Actually follows the first pretty well...impressive. I can't say too many bad things for a direct to DVD sequel when it's as entertaining as this. Several moments of very dull dialog, but not all bad.

owen b (us) wrote: this is one of those movies that feels physically impossible to hate. Michael Mann has an endlessly creative imagination and isn't afraid to show it. the soundtrack is amazing and every time it's used, it fits the scene perfectly. tom cruise plays a villain in collateral and when do you see him play a villain? painfully underrated movie, could not recommend it more.Owens grade: A+

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Joetaeb D (nl) wrote: E.T meets love story in this underrated sci-fi. Starman's watchability comes from it's thoughtful screenplay and strong chemistry between Jeff Bridges and Karen Allen.

Wahida K (gb) wrote: This dialog-free film, originally presented as 33 short films, is an experimental, bizarre set of meditations and flashbacks of the grotesque

David G (jp) wrote: At least Jon Voight has fun with his role.

Thomas B (us) wrote: *****Although some may argue that Die Hard: With a Vengeance is not as good as the original because it lacks the suspense etc. I judge a movie by how much I enjoy it. And in the case of this film, I enjoyed it just as much as the original, maybe even slightly more!

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