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After her family moves to the city, Chloe finds her new school to be a scary place where she doesn't fit in.
When her father tells her the Bible story of Jonah, Chloe uses her imagination to bring the adventure to life, complete with a nervous prophet (David Osmond), rival gangs of Ninevites who happen to be amazing dancers (Jason Celaya and Jared Young), a hearty band of Spanish mariners (J. Michael Bailey and Josh Tenney), a troubled King and Queen (Brian Allred and Katherine Nelson), a pair of lovable fish named Humphrey (David Ray Burton) and Chum (Korianne Orton Johnson), and a trio of singing crustaceans called the "Crabelles" (Josephine Scere, Brittni Bills Smith, and Marissa Smith).
As Chloe likens the story to her own life, she discovers there are no misfits in God's plan.
- Run Time: 83 minutes
- Released: 11/2011
- Subtitles: English
- Format: Widescreen
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The worst yet...
by Customer - reviewed on January 28, 2012
I'm sorry but I found this to be the most awful of all the Liken movies. I have to agree with some reviewers of the the earlier movies were shorter, slicker and a whole lot truer or more reverant to the actual scriptural tales. I can't help but think now that I'm just watching a High School Musical or local theatre production on DVD, which was ok for half an hour but for 80 plus minutes I start to feel a little ripped off. Plus this movie, a part from the street dance off scenes which were well produced, is just silly in parts, and not 'silly funny', just silly. Especially the parts under the ocean, they were quite unbearable - (btw, it was a whale, not a fish). There is no way that I will subject my children to multiple screenings of this, I already feel sorry for the 80 mins of our life we did lose to it! The earlier movies have been great and my kids loved them however even my oldest daughter, who is a huge fan, expressed disappointment at this one. It seems that Liken is a little caught up in their own success and probably feeling they need to make movie length cinema productions just so they can show them in movies but once that starts happening it seems that its just another money grab for lds dollars. Watch at your own peril, to you and your wallet.
Liken's done it again!
by Customer - reviewed on November 15, 2011
I was able to see this movie up on the big screen and I'm thrilled to have it in my home. This is the best Liken movie yet. The music is wonderful, and the humor and teaching moments are just right. This is the kind of entertainment I want my kids to grow up watching. And the good thing is, they love it too!
by Customer - reviewed on January 03, 2012
My family loves the Liken movies! We have been counting down the days to when we could buy Jonah and the Great Fish! However, we were all a bit disappointed. We felt it was too long, and the Humphrey/Chum part of the story was annoying and unnecessary. I feel bad saying that because we love all the other movies. This one just won't get watched as much.
Can't get enough!
by Thomas - reviewed on December 01, 2011
We have had this almost 3 weeks now and it gets watched at least 2-3 times a day. My kids can NOT get enough of it! It's fun and excited and funny while still getting the message across. Liken has done it again, another favorite at our house!
by Customer - reviewed on November 29, 2011
I'm 18 and I love Liken movies. Nephi's is my favorite but this one is pretty great too.
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