Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder

2009

Animation / Comedy / Sci-Fi

43
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 68%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 68%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 17,465

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

John DiMaggio as Bender / Joey Mousepad / Elzar / Sal / Randy
Katey Sagal as Turanga Leela / Leegola
Lauren Tom as Amy Wong / Gynecaladriel / Chinese Boy
Seth MacFarlane as Mars Vegas Singer
720p.BLU
821.31 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
89 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 7 / 10 / 10

good fan service

The Planet Express crew is on Mars where Amy's parents are paving over to build a new bigger casino. Eco-feministas are protesting. Fry is injured and starts hearing other people's thoughts. Leela saves a Martian leech that gets attached to her. Fry meets homeless Hutch who warns him about the Dark Ones. Leo next wants to destroy large parts of the galaxy to build his miniature golf course. Farnsworth is his rubber stamp but the crew finds primordial life on an asteroid. Leela joins the eco-feminists to sabotage the project. Zapp Brannigan is tasked with hunting down the eco-feminists. Fry learns the asteroid is an Encyclopods egg which is storage of endangered species and the mortal enemy of The Dark Ones. I like some parts but there is too much story. It's a bit too disjointed. It feels like the characters are going every which way. I usually like Futurama more when the crew is together. This is the fourth and last Futurama movie before it got renewed by Comedy Central. Sometimes the movie is shown in four half-hour episodes. The movie is already disjointed and watching the four parts separately doesn't help. I love Futurama and this is solid fan service. It's unlikely to be good for newbies.

Reviewed by bakkouz 7 / 10 / 10

Probably the best of the Futurama movies.

Indeed, Not only is it (In my honest opinion) the best of the Futurama movies, but one of the best animated Movies I've seen these past couple of years. This one truly has everything a die hard Futurama Fan could ever hope for, everything about it is superb, the jokes (especially the really awesome Bender one-liners we all love), the music, the animation, everything. a true Futurama Classic. And unlike previous Futurama Movies, The plot is pretty ludicrous and fresh, and more importantly, solid. and it keeps you watching and anticipating from start to finish. This movie really sums up the great elements that made Futurama what it is, and it goes to show that Canceling the TV Series was a big mistake.

Reviewed by visualmagic 7 / 10 / 10

A nod to an imperfect yet dear friend.

I agree the 2nd movie was the best of the 4. I will always love and hold dear Futurama, certain episodes stand out, the romantic sentimental, never to forget Frys dog, or the holophone episode, or the message Fry wrote in space. The comedic lover never to forget Zoidbergs attempt to win a mate, the Whatif machine, or anything Bender has ever done. Oh, and Zap of course, (moreso than Kif). The episodes that appeal the least to me are the lengthy plot related Nibbler time twisting episodes, and the other overly story arced episodes that introduce new characters too often, which is the category in which I would place these movies. I have to say that the Wong family has always been consistently boring material for me, and I know, others too. I guess 90 minutes has that problem, in that there is a necessity to create a drama rather than a subsection of throwaway laughs and The Simpsons movie suffered from a similar fault. I believe it could have been done though. It's fair to say that South Park pulled it off better than most with their Bigger Longer movie. It's sad to see the gang go. Regardless of speculation, it will be years, if at all, before they re-emerge, and although these 4 episodes were less than perfect, each and every outing was punctuated with many smirk worthy hits, if not laugh out loud moments, and anything that can keep you smiling and wanting more is worth archiving on the good shelf in my opinion, and I will revisit not only classic episodes but these movies again and again over the years ahead. The idealist in me looks forward to a day that the writers get off the phone and yell, 'we've been unaxed!', cause although movies are eager berries to pick, they often lack the exhilarating hit, the condensed juice of a good 22 minutes of laughter, packaged in the format we have trained our brains to consume so well. What say Fox, these guys deserve a call for their efforts. Agreed?

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