When Mr. Nezzer tries to knock St. Bart’s church down to make way for his new amusement park, Easter Land, he is visited by a vision of the late Granny Nezzer. She tells him to expect a visitor. The visitor, a small angel named Hope, shows him the past, present, and future of Nezzer’s Easter, helping him see the error of his ways. (IMDB
Rebecca St. James, Dan Anderson, Tim Hodge
This is a great movie that will make you tear up a little bit. The story is amazingly put together and the songs are perfect. This movie really touched our hearts as we watched it. Children will learn about the Savior in a fun way and will love to watch this over and over again. The movie was really well made. The artistry that was put into this movie makes up for the corny moments.
We really loved the soundtrack to this movie. The words really touched us and we felt the spirit. This is a great Family Home Evening movie and it will be good to show your friends who don’t know the gospel of Jesus Christ. The voice acting is spot on in this film. Like all VeggieTales movies, you are going to be able to have a lot of fun watching and singing along.
The movie has a lot of parts in it where you are going to get a little teary-eyed. Make sure you have the tissues next to you so that you are going to be able to wipe away the tears of joy. This is a good way to teach your children and this is a good way for you to feel the spirit in your home. This is one of our favorite VeggieTales movies. You are going to be happy that you decided to watch it. There are many lessons you and your children are going to learn when you watch this or any in its collection.
Overall, the movie was really fun to watch and it was good to hear the lovely voice of Rebecca St. James. It is good to teach your family the power of believing and helping others. You are going to want to watch this over and over again and you are going to enjoy the DVD as well with the special features. It is a great movie and well worth the watch.
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