Along the way, they’ll have to deal with a giant robot, an alien-hunting PEGasaurus Rex, and more! With the help of Shaun’s ingenuity and some out-of-this-world gadgetry, they’ll have to work together to save the day. Join Shaun and friends on a truly intergalactic adventure.
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The movie deals with themes related to faith, family, and what it means to be a part of something greater than oneself. At the center of Come Sunday is Pearson’s crisis of faith, which forces him to re-examine everything he’s known and believed in for so long. As his congregation turns against him and he faces excommunication from his church, Pearson must decide whether he will stand by his convictions or succumb to pressure.
5. A Week Away, 2021
A Week Away is a musical film about a troubled teen, Will, who embarks on an unexpected journey of self-discovery when he goes to summer camp. Will’s life has been difficult, and he struggles to find a place where he can belong. At first, his experience at camp is filled with misadventures.
6. Duck Duck Goose
Duck Duck Goose is a family-friendly comedy about a migratory goose who, while en route to his flock’s annual migration, gets grounded due to an injury. When two lost ducklings take him in, he must learn how to be a surrogate father and guide them safely to their parents. Starring Jim Gaffigan, Zendaya, and Lance Lim, the film showcases a heartwarming story of friendship and family.
7. Monty Python’s Life of Brian
Monty Python’s Life of Brian is a classic comedy film released in 1979. It follows the life of Brian, who was born in a stable in Judea, and is mistaken for a certain carpenter. As Brian grows up, he joins a group of anti-Roman zealots who are determined to overthrow Roman rule. However, their plans and schemes often get confounded by their own ineptitude.
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8. VeggieTales in the City
VeggieTales in the City is an animated movie that follows Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and a host of other Veggie friends as they journey to the big city and explore a variety of different places and experiences. Along the way, the Veggies learn valuable faith-based lessons, such as honesty, kindness and forgiveness.
The movie is directed by Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki—the creators of the original VeggieTales series—and features an all-star voice cast, including Phil Vischer, Mike Nawrocki, and Rob Paulsen.