The Simpsons Movie
Homer Simpson must save the world from a catastrophe he himself created. View more >
irreverent humor throughout
Starring Dan Castellaneta, Julier Kavner, Yeardley Smith... View more >
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It was absolutely hilarious. I went with a group of friends from school the day it came out, and it was great, we all still joke about it.
"The Simpsons Movie" is a outright laughfest. I've been watching the show from day one and having the producers of the show Mike Reiss and Al Jean come to the city of Kalamazoo on two seperate occassions to speak is a rare honor indeed.And I attended both events. They're two of the people that worked on the screenplay. The movie is just as fun to watch as the TV series which is on the air for the past 18 years. In two years, They're get past "the Ed Sullivan Show" in terms of staying on the air the longest. Homor is a loveable guy, even if he's the dumbest guy in Springfeild. The plot of the film has a eco crisis on Springfeild, which leads to a huge shield covering Springfeild. Now it's up to the Simpsons to save the town. I love the residents of Springfeild, they're probaby more funny than the family. Each cast member probaby gotten at least one minute of fame. The movie is rated PG-13 because you will find stuff that you won't see on the TV show.
As good as any Simpsons episode, but not much better.
Bottom line: you like the series you'll like the movie. If you don't appreciate the humor in the series ditto for the movie.
Good flick, but tends to drag in a few places. It will look just as good on your TV as it would in the theatre.
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