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Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder
All the other galaxies will be green with envy!
Leela becomes an outlaw when she and a group of ecologically-minded feminists attempt to save an asteroid of primitive life forms and the Violet Dwarf star from being destroyed, while Fry joins a secret society and attempts to stop a mysterious species known as the "Dark Ones" from destroying all life in the universe.
Repetitious, ceaseless and incessant gags that simply was not amusing after fifteen minutes. Separating the gender pointlessly and meaninglessly created absurd conflict over nothing. Having the entire plot revolve around the Asteroid and Violet Planet was good, but they mentioned the duo colossal environmental structure unfortunately 50-75 times and they showed what was on the planet twice. Really disappointing and weak, arguably the worst Futurama movie.
The worst of all the futurama movies. When it started to go into the feminist crap, I just stopped caring about the plot. What a mediocre way to end the futurama "movie arc".
I started to fall asleep near the end of this one, so I'm putting it as 3rd best of the 4 movies. Like most of the films the story is very intriguing, in fact, this one easily has the best premise. But the jokes are even worse in this one and there are large periods of time where the whole thing is just very boring. The whole feminist brigade thing, besides being groaningly sexist, does nothing for me. There's also Fry being psychic because something gets imbedded in his head, which is pretty dumb, as well as a scene where Bender is literally gunned down by many machine guns only to have just "survived" it later. I bet they think…
I've always been a fan of futurama but the movies just aren't what they could've been. Fuckin' fox network...
I kind of hate it when Futurama splits up its cast along gender lines; The women never come off well no matter how self-aware the writing tries to be.
Futurama is the best TV series ever created.
5/10: Good... but imo Futurama works better in episode form because it felt draggy with its rather simple plot.
My review -- this film is now on DVD and any long-term viewer of this franchise should have seen this project by now but if you haven't where have you been? The contents well we meet our Planet Express crew as they go and see Amy's father as he is building a minigolf circuit that isn't so mini [10% of the universe to be precise,] but before he can continue building he needs an unbiased perspective on wherever he builds next there are no thriving species and for that he needs a professor. [There are so many supplemental storyline's I would just confuse my readers if I was to list them all but in the long-run it will make sense.]…
The Futurama movies just aren't as good.
The Professor picks up a talking "Tickle-Me-Bender" doll and tickles the doll's torso.
BENDER DOLL giggles happily and then yells loudly: "Quit touchin' my junk, pervert!"
Not as strong as the other three 'movies' and it has to do with the dialogue and situations that just don't carry the spark of the others. That being said, it's still good and has lots of laughs - just not as much highly memorable stuff.
My rankings of the Futurama movies:
Bender's Big Score
Into the Wild Green Yonder
Beast with a Billion Backs
Cell phone telephone. I've used that line way too many times.
They build a giant golf course in space. Leila trys to save the animals. Kind of dragged out, but hell, It's futurama. Who isn't sad when it's over.
The sexism was really unnecessary; same goes for the first 30 minutes of the last feature FUTURAMA film. This one's plot is perhaps the most all-over-the-place yet not as bad as THE BEAST WITH A BILLION BACKS. The last 10 minutes were cool (albeit really expected) and made me bump this up half a star from 2 stars. Out of all the FUTURAMA feature films, I'd say BENDER'S BIG SCORE was the best.
Thank God I can get back to watching 23 minute long episodes though...
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