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Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters
An action epic that explores the origins of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force (better known as Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad,) who somehow become pitted in a battle over an immortal piece of exercise equipment.
A true classic that will undoubtedly stand the test of time/space.
If you are unable to recognize the true masterful genius this film is... Well... Your masterful genius detecting meatgoo is broken and your tastes/opinions can no longer be trusted.
This was always going to be awesome. Retarded, but awesome.
With the recent addition of Aqua Teen Hunger Force season 2 to Netflix, a lot of warm feelings have been rekindled. For a short time in high school, this was my favorite television show. It's a deceptively well-written show ripe with esoteric references and hilarious non-sequiturs. However, both of which are absent from this abysmal movie.
It's no surprise though. While season 2 reminded me that I'm not too mature for its humor, Colon Movie reminded me of the sudden but sharp decline of the series. Yeah, Aqua Teen was always low-brow, but somewhere around season 4 (the season immediately before the movie's release), it began scraping the bottom of the brow barrel, culminating in an episode titled "Dickesode". That…
Imagine an episode of Aqua Teen Hunger force with a somewhat higher budget and 90 minutes of running time.
What can I say about ATHFCMF4T? It's bloody brilliant. Don't need pot to enjoy it, but it definitely enhances the experience.
"Put your hands up this time, that is a direct order from commander fun"
I've recently gone back and watched DVD volumes 2 and 3 of Aqua Teen Hunger Force. I found some episodes still make me laugh, but by and large I've lost my enthusiasm for the show. I was particularly apprehensive about giving a second viewing to Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters because I remembered being disappointed by it when I finally saw it a few years ago.
I don't know what the problem is. Is it that the flimsy nature of the show didn't lend itself to a narrative longer than twelve minutes? Maybe. Mind you, late last night in between running in and out of the bathroom because of my stupid guts, I watched all thirteen…
So very, very, very, very, very bad.
Random as hell, annoying as all hell, but its briefly very funny. For the nonconformist film viewer, I think it would be much appreciated.
What more do want from a movie based off of one crazy as show like ATHF, like really this was exactly what I want. Crazy random stories that go all over the place with some of the funniest moments in the history of the show!
Suffers from the same issues that have plagued the show since season 3. The first two seasons of the show constitute some of the funniest, most brilliant, bizarre comedy I've ever seen, and it was in no small part due to it seeming unaware of its own alien logic. Once the zaniness became self-aware, the magic of the show seemed to vanish. It's a shame. Still enjoyable, just not as wondrous as the first two season of the show.
Its a really long episode that i would never watch again but i remember laughing my ass off.
When you advertise your show as being shit to get a laugh, it is still shit.
Only two laughs from this, though it was watchable as a time killer or background buzz. While it is a nice accomplishment for Williams Street which I would consider myself a fan of their work ever since Cartoon Planet, there just seemed to be no reason why this Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie needed to exist. The whole movie seemed nothing special in comparison to the TV series, which begs the question of why they did not just make a reprise miniseries (the show quit awhile ago, didn't it?)
If the Williams Street crew got the chance to work on an original movie rather…
Rewatched with the help of, ahem, chemical reenforcement, and it was a helluva lot funnier than I remembered.
Voice Acting: ★★★★
King Diamond & Mastodon: ★★★★★
What I Learned:
A testament to the brilliant writers that a 15-minute cartoon can translate to a full length feature
Feels much more like a 86 minute episode of the series and less like a feature film. With that said, fans of the show will enjoy it and the opening scene is arguably one of the best of all-time.
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