Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (2007)
Critic Consensus: The non sequitur humor of Aqua Teen Hunger Force will surely appeal to its built-in fanbase, but for the uninitiated, the premise wears thin.
Meatwad, Frylock, and Master Shake team up for their biggest adventure yet in this animated feature that finds the popular Adult Swim trio pursued by an immortal piece of exercise equipment that poses a severe threat to the balance of galactic peace. Despite their best efforts to elude the malevolent body-shaper, the super-sized friends are soon horrified to discover that the Plutonians have joined forces with the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past to take control of the renegade device in a bid to rule the universe. … More
|Rating:||R (for crude and sexual humor, violent images and language)|
|Genre:||Action & Adventure, Animation, Comedy|
|Directed By:||Matt Maiellaro, Dave Willis|
|Written By:||Matt Maiellero, Matt Maiellaro, Dave Willis|
|In Theaters:||Apr 13, 2007 Wide|
|On DVD:||Aug 14, 2007|
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Critic Reviews for Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters
The brainchild of Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis isn't immune to the problem often faced by supersize cartoons -- namely, what might be effectively clever when doled out in episodic portions tends to get diluted over the course of an expanded format.
Its absurdist scenarios serve as little more than a ramshackle frame for bizarre non sequiturs, stoned pop-culture riffing, and some of the weirdest gags ever to make it into a studio-released film.
The most scathing deconstruction of Hollywood (and the culture at large) this side of Robert Altman's The Player.
It's not too hard to imagine that the inspiration for this show came during a late night, cannabis fueled attack of the munchies. It's no masterpiece but that's the idea.
Audience Reviews for Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters
I am a big fan of the show and found this film funny at times. But even its average length feels like watching Titanic 7 times as the plot is thin like a lot of episodes of the TV Show. If this was like a Looney Tunes short and just had those individual laugh out loud moments, i'd call it a masterpiece. Unfortuantely it wasn't a hilarious ten minute episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force. It was a movie.
Nonsensical absurdity & that's a good thing, it was really fun
Little more than a feature length version of an ATHF episode. It has got its funny parts, and I can't believe I've waited this long to remember to type a lil review. Definitely rent/buy the DVD as there are some cool features about making the movie, and Patti Smith does the commentary along with her son, the guy who does Shake's voice, and some people from The Onion. It's pretty amazing to stretch ATHF's obscenely odd material into such a long piece, but the difficulty shows as I think this packs less laughs per minute than the 11 minute shows aired. Still ATHF fans HAVE to see this.
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