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Plot: Homer adopts a pig who's run away from Krusty Burger after Krusty tried to have him slaughtered, naming the pig "Spider Pig." At the same time, the lake is protected after the audience sink the barge Green Day are on with garbage after they mention the environment. Meanwhile, Spider Pig's waste has filled up a silo in just 2 days, apparently with Homer's help. Homer can't get to the dump quickly so dumps the silo in the lake, polluting it. Russ Cargill, the villainous boss of the EPA, gives Arnold Schwarzenegger 5 options, forcing him to choose 4 (which is, unfortunately, to destroy Springfield) and putting a dome over Springfield to prevent evacuation. Homer, however, has escaped, along with his family. Can he stop the evil Cargill from annihilating his home town, and his family, who have been forced to return to Springfield? Runtime: 87 mins Release Date: 26 Jul 2007
what more can I say. the movie is a return to the glory days of the show, those ever yellow times when Homer jumped the gorge, when alien ants threatened the earth and the mono rail came to town. If any of that made sense to you then this is the film to go for this weekend. It is a laugh a minute, unlike most comedy films which seem to think funny is a dirty word. I have to say it is NOT really a kids film although a child sitting near me was crying with laughter as some of the lines are very naughty and near the bone. I am keen to see it again to catch all the gags I missed. And thank God <more>
Ricky Gervais was not allowed anywhere near it his TV episode stunk! . So if you're up to you knees in flood water or suffering from some other global disaster right now and fancy a good time your local multiplex is the place to go. Lets face it we all need a laugh right now.
If you really love the Simpsons, then you have to love this movie. (by petergirsberger)
No doubt, this movie is as good as the TV show. There is an excellent story, which is entertaining in every single moment. The film focuses on the family Simpson, so you might miss some of you favorite characters like Sideshow Bob, Apu or Mr. Burns. But this really doesn't matter, because you can see these characters in the show and it is not necessary, that they appear a lot in the movie. Instead there are some new characters, for example the president Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is very funny. There is also a nice cameo of a very big star, which is very surprising. Every joke makes you <more>
laugh. There are excellent quotes and great moments. Dan Castellanata does a very good job again. Homer is as funny as in the show. The Simpsons Movie might be the funniest animation movie ever made. You can laugh the whole film through. For Simpsons Fan it will be the best of all feelings to watch this movie.
The Simpsons Movie was Worth the Wait. Fantastic! (by who-two)
I Don't want to give much away, but this movie truly is EPIC. The storyline is great, so is the animation. The movie is hilarious throughout, and also has one of the most emotional moments ever on The Simpsons. You can see just about every face ever on The Simpsons and they keep making subtle references, such as when Homer and Bart jump Springfield Gorge, the ambulance is still crashed into the tree.It definitely rewards long-time fans, but it is a great movie even for those who don't watch the Simpsons. CGI only adds to the excellent drawings, and it is very cool to see them on the <more>
big screen!If you love the Simpsons, Old or New, you will LOVE this.
Let me just say I had my doubts. The last couple of seasons of 'The Simpsons' have been lackluster at best and I genuinely thought that their chance to make a great Simpsons film passed roughly 10 years ago. BOY WAS I WRONG!!! I am a huge Simpsons nerd and it is my privilege to say that "The Simpsons Movie" belongs in the very small group of classic Simpsons episodes "Bart the Daredevil", "Mr. Plow", etc. Very funny and very timely. Great animation and some nice cameos.Really don't want to give any spoilers so I'll just say if you're a <more>
Simpsons fan: you will love this movie. And if you agree that the Simpsons lost their edge, you will be pleasantly surprised as was I. 8.5/10
Just about everything I could have hoped for from a Simpsons movie including the heart the show has been lacking for several seasons now. If you like the easy breathing pace of the early years of The Simpsons you'll find a lot to like in the movie. The gags are leisurely and natural and even when they fail Comic Book Guy comes to mind , another drops in to pick up the laugh. What's most surprising, in addition to a much needed return to consistent characters, is that the movie manages to balance the plot and the gags with near perfection. Regardless what you may think going in, it <more>
does feel like a "real" movie from beginning to end and not just an extended show. Albert Brooks once again steals the show as the Director of the EPA, though Tom Hanks does the best celebrity cameo the show has seen in ages. "tousle my hair Mr. Hanks!"
For years, there had been speculation as to whether or not there would be a big screen version of the longest running animated show. Well, now it's, and I gotta say that I really like "The Simpsons Movie". With just the right balance of gags and plot line, they keep the whole thing going.The story has Lisa exposing - via a presentation called "An Irritating Truth" - that Lake Springfield's pollution levels will reach catastrophic levels unless the people take serious action immediately. While the city bans dumping, Homer tosses his pet pig's crap into the lake <more>
- he was taking the crap to the treatment facility, but had to get to Lard Lad Donuts for a free donut - turning Springfield into the most polluted city in the country. So, EPA head Russ Cargill voice of Albert Brooks gets Pres. Schwarzenegger to agree to put a giant glass dome over Springfield to prevent it from polluting the rest of the country while also removing Springfield from all maps . Sure enough, news soon comes out that Homer is responsible for the city's misfortune, and the family has to flee through a sinkhole. Now comes the question of how Homer is going to deal with the mess that he's created.Pretty much every major character from throughout the show's history appears in at least one scene. Along the way, there are some great lines "Why are we watching something in the theater that we could watch for free on TV?" . The subplots involve Lisa's crush on Irish immigrant boy Colin, and Bart viewing Ned Flanders as a father figure, while Marge and Maggie also do their usual stuff.Yes, maybe it is a little late for the movie to arrive, but I still assert that they did a near perfect job. Really funny. And just remember what Tom Hanks said in his guest appearance.
The long overdue simpsons movie is a hilarious and witty piece of entertainment (by Merklin)
The simpsons movie is witty,fast paced, touching, hugely entertaining and most importantly: laugh out loud funny.And if your a simpsons fan who's loved every episode , thats all you'll need from it.However if , like me , your an obsessive fan who's noticed a drop in quality on the show from the late nineties onwards you'll see some problems. You'll see that structure wise the movie is basically an extended episode.You'll notice that the villain is a Hank Scorpio rip off. You'll feel that a lot of the plot points and character drama seem all too familiar.But in <more>
spite of all this , in spite of being a film based on a show that exhausted its best gags long ago, the simpsons movie is still absolutely hilarious and i take my hat off to the creators for managing to make it so.A simpsons movie in the early nineties when the show was in its prime would have been better, but the very , very , very funny one we have here in '07 works just fine. Funny stuff.
A pleasant surprise for this fan of 20 years. (by Look_The_Other_Way)
When "The Simpsons Movie" was announced, it raised my interest, even though I had pretty much given up on the weekly show, which should have retired with the 20th century. The trailers I saw did not appeal to me at all. Still, I decided that I would give the film a try, IF it got decent reviews from fans and/or critics. A few hours into the weekend, I convinced myself to go, with no expectations, and hoped that it wouldn't be a total wreck of a film. Boy was I surprised."The Simpsons Movie" is a funny, smart, and endearing flick that left me with a sense of giddy <more>
satisfaction that I haven't felt since the show's heyday in the 90's. It revolves around a fairly simple story that gets increasingly elaborate, held together by perfect characterizations and lots of humor.There's something about seeing a comedy on the big screen that makes it so much more fun. "Simpsons" offers a diverse comical dish that includes broad slapstick, satire, irony, social commentary and good old fashioned madcap cartoon shenanigans. The jokes work more often than not, and there's enough humor to evoke steady laughs and smiles. Even the gags that seemed overly silly in the trailer I'm thinking specifically of the Rock and a Hard Place sequence worked well in front of a diverse audience of hundreds. In retrospect, I wonder if the rock/hard place gag was not meant to be more of a isolated set piece rather than literal action that takes place in "real time." Hmm... The film takes some risks , including a few sight gags and jokes that would not make into Fox's prime time lineup, but it also seems strangely...sterilized at times. Suicide jokes, middle fingers and animated "doodles" aside, I was still left with the feeling that the creators held back in some ways, more than they would have even on the small screen. Something about the film seems edited, even incomplete in some spots. On the other hand, I'm glad they didn't go too far. As crude as it can be at times, The Simpsons franchise has always maintained a certain level of class and good nature. Shows like South Park and Family Guy would not exist without "The Simpsons," yet their brand of comedy does not suit Matt Groening's classic.The most surprising aspect of "The Simpsons Movie" is its genuine heart, an element that has been missing from the series for nearly a decade. There are some truly sweet moments in the film, and the script, along with fine animation and excellent voice work, helps to create some interesting character nuances that I don't think I've ever seen before. For the first time since I was a child, I actually cared about what happened to the Simpson clan and the citizens of Springfield. Bart and Lisa were real, believable kids, without losing their distinct edge. Maggie was used well for comic relief. Marge was perhaps the most well-developed character in the film. But I was most impressed with the handling of Homer. Throughout the history of the series, Homer has gone from temperamental disciplinarian, to passive but disgruntled father, to lazy but lovable oaf, to irrational idiot, to town whipping boy and finally to, well, to complete a**hole. All of these elements are present in the film, but they are slowly stripped away, and for a few fleeting moments, the audience is able to see a real person, flawed but kind-hearted, and ready to accept responsibility. Will this "new" Homer last? Only time or a sequel will tell. Remember, this is the same guy who survived death and disaster on many occasions throughout the series, and made many a vow of change, only to revert immediately and comically back to his old ways.The animation is excellent, and its heartening to see a return to hand drawn work, even with the incorporation of some CGI. The combination of styles works nicely to produce a few cool visual sequences.The soundtrack consists of a pleasant incidental score and a rock version of the main theme, performed by Green Day. Perhaps the most memorable piece of music is the use of Marge and Homer's "theme" the Carpenters' "Close to You." Overall, it's a bit sparse musically, but as with the boundary-pushing gags, less may be better than too much. Still, I wouldn't have minded the town of Springfield breaking into spontaneous song, at least once.Its rare that I can say this about a modern film, but at 87 minutes, I felt that "Simpsons" was too short! An extra 20 minutes or so would have allowed for further plot development , and some of the issues left up in the air as the credits rolled could have been better resolved."The Simpson Movie" has something for every type of fan, and even something for non fans. If I were to compare the film to the progression of the series, I'd say the humor is of late-90's-era quality a little broader and zanier than "classic" Simpsons humor , but still solid and clever. The story and direction, however, remind me of something from the earliest season s of the show, with steady pacing, blatant morality, and character-driven plot. This movie is not for very young children I wouldn't take any kid under 11 or so. If you don't like or cannot appreciate subverted and "irreverent" humor, this may not be the film for you. But if you've ever enjoyed the the Simpsons family, you will enjoy "The Simpsons Movie."
THE greatest experience of summer 2007! (by MaxBorg89)
Films that make one laugh within two minutes are very rare. Those that manage to do so within twenty seconds have practically never existed. Until now. The Simpsons Movie is a cracker right from the 20th Century Fox logo, where Ralph Wiggum pops up and does his own rendition of the company's celebrated fanfare. This shouldn't be unexpected, given the TV show, the most popular animated program of all time, has made fun of Fox countless times over the course of 18 seasons and 400 episodes. Now that the world's favorite yellow family has finally made the transition to the big screen, <more>
they even have the guts to do some self-spoofing, as the most famous dumb-ass in animation history, Homer Simpson Dan Castellaneta , in a moment of truly inspired meta-cinematic madness another one being Bart writing "I will not illegally download this movie" on the chalkboard , states while watching an Itchy & Scratchy movie with his kids: "I can't believe we're paying to watch something we could get on the TV for free! If you ask me, everyone in this movie theater is a big sucker! Especially YOU!". The last sentence is accompanied by his finger pointing directly at the camera, before the familiar title sequence begins, proving beyond any doubt that: a Homer is deservedly considered the greatest television character ever aside from Fonzie; b It was totally worth waiting 18 years for The Simpsons Movie.Having been kept a secret for months prior to the film's release, the plot is actually ridiculously simple: because of the growing concern for the environment, no one is allowed to dump garbage in Lake Springfield anymore. However, someone ignores this and dumps a load of pig, uh, crap in the water, causing a major pollution and prompting the President, Arnold Schwarzenegger ! , to charge Russ Cargill Simpsons veteran Albert Brooks with securing the area. Hence a gigantic glass dome that isolates Springfield from the rest of the world, prompting the inhabitants to put a price on the responsible's head. His name? Homer Simpson, of course "D'oh!" .Naturally, he chooses to run off to Alaska, only to realize he will eventually have to deal with what he has done and seek forgiveness. But given he is Homer, he might as well try to have some fun on the way, leaving it to Marge Julie Kavner , Lisa Yeardley Smith and everyone's favorite TV brat, Bart Nancy Cartwright , to actually save the day.Considering the differences in creative freedom between big and small screen, one might think, even hope, The Simpsons Movie will be edgier than the TV version. Those people will be sorely disappointed, as the film tries to be nothing more than a 90-minute version of one of the best episodes of the show, and succeeds. Then again, it's not like the feature length counterparts of Beavis & Butt-head or South Park were that different from the network originals aside from the swearing not being bleeped out in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut . And in the particular case of The Simpsons, its longevity has made it an indelible, recognizable part of everyday life, meaning any changes in tone or themes would be like betraying the show's spirit. Thus, except for a few PG-13 gags regarding sexual orientation Ned Flanders: "The Good Lord is telling me to confess to something" Homer: "Gay gay gay gay gay gay gay..." and bestiality Homer's weird relationship with a pig , everything is just as all remember it: Lisa is still an annoying smart kid, Bart is still a master of mischief, his dad is still incredibly, deliriously moronic, Mr. Burns creepy, despite only two scenes at his disposal is still a vicious evildoer, and the movie is a rock-solid reminder of why the series is the ultimate cult program.All a die-hard Simpsons fan is looking for, he will find here. Hilarious physical gags? Check, in fact the bigger screen allows the 11 writers just imagine if this gets an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay , including creator Matt Groening, to come up with more spectacular stuff than usual just watch as Homer finds himself between a rock and a hard place - literally! . Tender moments between Homer and Marge? Heck, probably the best in Simpsons history! The big, fat bloke strangling Bart? Check "I'll teach you to laugh at something that's funny!" . Movie spoofs? Check "Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig..." . Celebrity guest appearances? Just one Tom Hanks; Arnie is voiced by Harry "Mr. Burns" Shearer , but it is priceless.In the end, all these things turn The Simpsons Movie into an unstoppable gag-machine, a film that will make you laugh for the entirety of its running time, the most fun anyone will have in a cinema this year. Hell, it is so good it is hard, if not impossible, not to say: "Yeah!" once one of the characters, resuscitating the movie's self-awareness, asks the fundamental question: "Sequel?". Let's just hope it doesn't take another 18 years to make it...