As a teenager, I was a huge fan of Veggie Tales. Even though it was a show designed for kids it became a big hit with kids of all ages. The shows convey moral themes based on Christianity spliced with satirical references to pop culture and current events. So, I was extremely excited to be given a chance to review the newest show, Pistachio, The Little Boy that Woodn’t… uh for my son.
It had been a while since I’d watched Veggie Tales, especially anything new, so I was concerned it may have lost its pizazz. Well, luckily I found that the show was just as fun and maybe funnier. The story of Pistachio is a twist on the beloved classic Pinocchio, with the ever-famous Veggie Tales humor. Jude loves all the singing and I love its great message about honoring your father and mother.
Just watch the trailer and you’ll want to buy
About Big Idea Products
Big Idea, Inc. is the leading faith-based studio and producer of children’s and family programming, characters, and brands. Since 1993, Big Idea’s best-selling animated series VeggieTales has sold 53+ million videos, 13 million books, and more than 7 million CDs. VeggieTales and Big Idea’s property, 3-2-1 Penguins!, enjoyed four seasons as top-rated series on NBC Saturday mornings, Telemundo and ION TV via the qubo® children’s programming block. The studio’s two theatrical releases, Jonah-A VeggieTales Movie (2002), and Universal Pictures’ and Big Idea’s The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything-A VeggieTales Movie (2008), are distinguished among the top ten most successful faith-based films of all time. Big Idea also maintains an extensive presence in publishing, licensing, and live entertainment arenas.