needs'a'savin' after Spiderpig (and Homer's) doings pollute a lake.
The Environment Agency comes to the 'rescue'.
our panel of critics thought
movie is an absolute disgrace! A ten year old boy skateboarding
naked in public? Damn you man this is America, not Europe."
they say this is a big screen version of the television show I find
it difficult to get the scale of the bigness clear in my mind. Now,
I have a 42 inch windscreen television, which when compared to a
big cinema screen of, say, 70 foot by 30 foot, the word big screen
suddenly seems inadequate. Gigantic screen, maybe."
do hope this movie made some money for those hard up guys at FOX."
newspaper 'The News of the World' said that this movie is "The
best comedy this century". The News Of The World is
owned by News Corporation, owners of the very same Twentieth Century
Fox that made this movie... In view of this you might not be surprised
to discover that this movie is not the best comedy this century
really missed the commercial breaks in this movie. 83 minutes of
The Simpsons and no pee break?"
about the right number of donuts."
last a decent role for Maggie who shows us her street fighting smarts.
A triumph of baby fighting skills. A tttst ttsstt triumph!"
bonds with Flanders in this small big screen epic. A triumph of
religiosity over skateboards."
tell me the ending - SPOILER!
and Homer finally bond and save Springfield in a moment of death
defying circle of death bravery-madness on the big screen. The climax
nods to Fox television's own (excellent) 24 blinking the seconds
down to a final saving of Springfield.
about good enough, but not a jot more. One for fans and anyone
dragged along for a night out at the cinema.
movie is nowhere near as good as the South Park movieisation which
is one of the best tv to movie adaptations in movie history. [South
Park movie review]