VeggieTales: Princess and the Pop Star

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A lesson in being yourself.

Princess Poppyseed’s life on her family’s farm is far from the glamorous but lonely world of her favorite pop singer Vanna Banana. On a chance meeting at a playground, Vanna and Princess cross paths and realize that they look almost exactly alike, which leads to the crazy secret plan where they decide to switch lives!

As each girl realizes that the life they longed for doesn’t fulfill all of their dreams, they learn that the life God gave them is the one for which they were uniquely and lovingly designed.

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  1. Gladys Batten says
    01 November 14, 10:19pm

    I am a big fan of VeggieTales, however I found this one to be a little disturbing in it’s message. I do agree that both girls needed to appreciate their own lives, and it was heartening that Vanna received the situational changes that she did need in her life, however the moralizing that assumes that Princess did not also have calling to be a “pop star” (hence her “need” to be worked out with God in the fullness of time) left me a little dry. Yes, Princess needed to both sacrifice for her brother and develop a deeper awareness of the treasure of her family relationships and her valued to them, but to assume that there was nothing essential for her behind her moment of confession of desire to Blueberry: “I really want this”(to be a pop star), and that her desire could be categorically eclipsed by the critical moment of saving her brother’s life, is to compare apples and oranges. It is better to struggle with a desire, until peace comes, but to portray resignation (due to completely unrelated consequences) as true acceptance and peace is a mistake.

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