Children


Kingdom Under the Sea Special Edition


MPAA Rating:
Not Rated
Genre:
Children
Runtime:
90 mins
Director:
Michelle Bizzarro, Stephen Reid
Producer:
Michelle Bizzarro, Stephen Reid

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Synopsis

Dive beneath the waves into an underwater kingdom of beauty and excitement for the entire family! Join Splash and his sister Coral plus their many friends in the wonderful world under the sea. Using state of the art computer animation, Kingdom under the Sea is a drama of great beauty and a message of great depth that your family will want to watch over and over again!


Movie Message

Three episodes are featured in this wonderful set which children everywhere will enjoy.

The first episode, "Return of the King", is visually terrific to watch. It is a colorful animated film in the deep blue with cute little fish, a scary octopus and wonderful songs. Young children will fall in love with Cora and Splash as this is an allegory of the story of Jesus using sea creatures. The whale is a symbol of Jesus and the octopus is the villain. The whale returns and saves the sea from tyranny.

In episode two, "The Red Tide", as always Splash, Coral and the rest of the Under the Sea creatures are a charm to watch. The lovable characters take you on an adventure about earning trust and forgiveness. They also portray the value of being saved and the importance of believing. Along with the many lessons that are taught in this delightful animated story, your children will hear wonderful songs that encourage and entertain.

This colorful animated story will remind everyone, young and old alike, about the true reason we celebrate Christmas. It is a fun entertaining movie for the entire family. Dove proudly awards the Dove "Family-Approved" Seal to this entertaining DVD set.

For All Ages

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