VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans

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  • Unrated
  • 2005
  • 1 Season
  • 7.2  (580)

VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans is an animated musical comedy adventure film from Big Idea Productions that takes audiences on a journey into the comical world of living, talking vegetables. Released in 2005, it is the 24th installment of the VeggieTales series, and features the beloved characters of Junior Asparagus, Bob the Tomato, and Larry the Cucumber, among others.

The plot of the show is a charming parody of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, featuring Junior Asparagus as the lead character Toto Baggypants. Toto, along with his friends Chuck Wagon and Mr. Nezzer, goes on an epic adventure to find the ultimate bean that was said to bring power and fame beyond his wildest dreams.

However, not everything goes according to plan. Along the way, Toto discovers the true cost of power and the consequences of his actions, and learns the importance of true friendship and the value of forgiveness. The show emphasizes important themes such as courage, responsibility, and the dangers of selfishness, all brought to life by the antics of the hilarious VeggieTales characters.

The animation of VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans is a delightful blend of computer-generated imagery with the signature hand-drawn style of the series. The visuals are bright and colorful, with each vegetable character distinct and fully realized, from Bob the Tomato's plump red and green form to Larry the Cucumber's elongated green body and toothy grin.

The show's voice acting is also top-notch, featuring the talented cast of Phil Vischer, Mike Nawrocki, Lisa Vischer, and Joe Spadaford, among others. Each character is given their own unique voice and personality, which makes for lively and engaging interactions that will keep audiences laughing and engaged throughout the entire show.

The musical numbers in VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans are a particular highlight, with catchy and memorable songs that are both funny and touching. The song "Boids" is a tongue-in-cheek parody of "Bohemian Rhapsody", and will have viewers singing along in no time. Meanwhile, "Mega-Metal Tater-Tot" is a hilarious tribute to heavy metal and features a cameo from DC Talk's Kevin Max, making the show's musical elements appealing to both children and adults alike.

In keeping with the VeggieTales tradition, the show's humor is clean, family-friendly, and playful, with jokes that are funny for both kids and adults. The humor is used to contribute to the story and themes of the show, with characters like the dastardly Scaryman and the bumbling Pompous Maximus offering comedic relief without detracting from the overall message of the story.

Overall, VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans is an entertaining and heartfelt addition to the beloved franchise. The show's animation, voice acting, music, and humor combine to create a fun-filled adventure that is perfect for all ages. The story is meaningful and engaging, conveying important lessons without becoming preachy or overbearing. Fans of the VeggieTales series, animation, or family-friendly entertainment will not want to miss this charming and delightful show.

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1. VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans
November 1, 2005
Junior Asparagus plays flobbit Toto Baggypants in a Lord of the Rings take. After Toto inherits a magic bean the adventures begin, Toto and his friends are determined to find its purpose so they go into the realm of Lord Scaryman.
  • Premiere Date
    November 1, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (580)