One of the main aspects of the movie, and all of the best parts, is the dancing and the singing. The songs and their accompaniments are well written. The choreography is even better! The actors did a very good job of acting and performing this musical. Read our complete Greatest Showman movie review here.
The Chosen series is good. It portrays Jesus and His disciples in a very approachable and human way. The song, Trouble, personifies that vibe - a reminder that Jesus Christ came not to bring peace but to bring the sword. If we are going to follow Him we will have to kill the old Adam and that spells Trouble.
The Chosen is directed by Dallas Jenkins, an evangelical Christian, and stars Jonathan Roumie, a Catholic, as Jesus. On the advisory panel sits an evangelical pastor, a rabbi, and Bishop Baron of the Los Angeles diocese. Let all that be what it may but from a purely entertaining perspective, this is the best Jesus show ever produced. Read a full The Chosen review here.
The scene with this song is set as Season 1 ends with Jesus finally beginning His public ministry and the Trouble is about to begin. The closing songs left us at the edge of our seats dying to watch more.
Those musical numbers at the end of movies are always well received. Some really great ones that come to mind are the one in the 2019 Aladdin and Ella Enchanted.
Don't Go Breaking My Heart is performed by Anne Hathaway, a very talented actress, and Jesse McCartney. Other than that, there's not a lot to it other than it is a really fun old song and the choreography is excellent as is the case with Aladdin.
Unfortunately the costumes don't quite pass Christian modesty standards.
This film is a hilarious adaptation of the Cinderella fairytale. Ella Enchanted is full of fun and entertainment, sure to appeal to children for its magical aspects but not too childish for adults. Read the full Ella Enchanted review here...
The actual credit roll song is good but the song we really love is Yo Ho Hero. It has an island feel and is really fun. There are two ending credit songs because the first one is interrupted by a Rock Lobster spoof Rock Monster preformed by the characters. The first one closing song is a rock version of the Pirates Who Don't Do Anything followed by What We Gonna Do? which tells of the under confident nature of these three veggie heroes.
The credit roll song will get you jamming out as the cute movie gives you one last thrill. The music is by Kurt Heinecke and performed mostly by the voice actors.
There are two full length Veggietales movies, The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything and Jonah, but there are many other shorts that we love especially the Veggietales Christmas special and the Veggietales Easter special. We also have some great party ideas for the Veggietales fan in your life. Check out our Veggietales Party theme.