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The Veggie Tales crew sets sail on the silver screen with The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything. Tired of their lackluster lives working in a pirate themed restaurant, Elliot (Larry the Cucumber), Sedgewick (Mr. Lunt) and George (Pa Grape) have an opportunity to either sink or swim when they are transported into a 17th century swashbuckling adventure to save a royal family.
Why Is Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A Veggie Tales Movie Rated G?
Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A Veggie Tales Movie is rated G
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A theatrical version of the popular VeggieTales series, there is little content in this G-rated animated film to prohibit viewing for nearly any age. Some mild swashbuckling action includes a short battle between two ships with cannonballs flying through the air. In another scene, cannonballs hit and sink a ship, with a crewmember appearing to drown. Sea monsters, rock monsters and other strange critters may cause some momentary fear for the youngest of viewers and characters are in peril on various occasions. Two children are kidnapped and vaguely threatened. In what appears to be a rustic saloon, pirate characters are depicted drinking from beer steins but it is clearly indicated they are drinking root beer.
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Another group of fearful characters find the courage they lack in the Wizard of Oz. The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything have also appeared in other productions of theVeggieTales franchise, including Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie and VeggieTales: The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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DVD Release Date: 14 October 2008
The Pirates Who DonÕt Do Anything A VeggieTales Movie sails onto the home video market with the following bonus extras in its wake: an extended ending (Deja Grape), featurettes (What Makes a Hero, Out to Sea, Family Treasure Adventure and a Parents Guide) and behind-the-scenes peeks (Making a Veggie Pirate Movie, Why We Do It, Art Gallery, How to Draw, Character Commentary and Studio Commentary). There are also interactive Fun & Games, like Pirate Singalong, Treasure Detector Game, Pirates Trivia, Pirates 101, Fashion Plank Game and an Interactive Storybook. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English), with subtitles in English.