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VOCAL WORK BY
Amy Schultz, Benjy Gaither, Cory Edwards, Lynda Randle
DIRECTED BY
Cory Edwards
MPAA RATING
NR
RUNNING TIME
52 Mins.
DISTRIBUTED BY
EchoLight Entertainment
DVD EXTRAS
Interviews; Storyboards; Previews
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 "A Wobots Christmas" a Great New DVD Release for Christian Families 
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I can identify with Zak (voiced by Amy Schultz), a friendless orphan who works his fingers to the bone making toys for other kids.

Zak doesn't like Christmas. In fact, nobody has ever given Zak a Christmas gift. It takes an adventure in Scraptown, a junkyard where people discard unwanted robots, to help Zak find some kindred spirits who show him that having quirks and being different isn't necessarily a bad thing and even with his speech impediment he has amazing potential and can change the world.

Produced by Benjy Gaither's LiveBait Entertainment, A Wobots Christmas is a 52-minute inspiring tale for Christmas that makes for a wonderful, feel good and inspiring holiday gift for fans of faith inspired and family friendly animated fare. The film is being released by EchoLight Entertainment, a growing name in faith based cinema, and seems a perfect fit for the imaginative and talented Gaither, who also voices Peedie in the film.

A Wobots Christmas is filled with lots of kid friendly and energetic music sure to please the kids, while adults will be able to leave the room without worrying about what the kids are going to see. While the film may not feature top o' the line animation, it's animation fits perfectly with the simplicity of the story and its fundamental message of everyone's worth.

For more information, be sure to visit the EchoLight Entertainment page for A Wobots Christmas.


© Written by Richard Propes
The Independent Critic
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