The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie! (2010)
Comedy Central's outrageously offensive cartoon reality show makes the leap to the big screen with this feature that finds the foul-mouthed housemates stunned to discover they can swear without being bleeped. Unfortunately, this curious development isn't the result of more relaxed censorship laws, but rather due to the fact that their show has been canceled. Deeply infuriated yet determined to get their show back, Foxxy Love and the gang set out for Make-a-Point-Land, where they may just have one last shot at reclaiming their former television glory. … More
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"Drawn Together" fans waited years for this?! This movie certainly outgrossed most of the TV episodes with scenes of disgusting sex and violence to generate laughs. Yup, I chuckled several times, but jokes the calibre of season 1 & 2 were few and far between. I frowned at all the Jewish jokes, which South Park also seems to delight in - why do they put those in? The 3-D sex scene between Toot and Foxxy was yucky and funny at the same time. The movie needed more gay Xandier and Captain Hero action, but sadly Captain Hero had a new girlfriend - who has to be seen to be believed. The story also should've been devoted equally to each of the characters, but it was uneven. Ling-Ling needed more battle scenes. My favourite character was the dirty pig Spanky Ham with his corkscrew tool. I wasn't big on the plot, which had a huge robot trying to terminate the Drawn Together characters throughout. I felt let-down when the story revealed early on that the characters were rip-offs of real cartoons; this negated the whole Drawn Together universe. I guess they won't make another movie after this one, unless the sales are huge.More
This is quite a disappointing movie version that didn't live up to the standard of the TV series. At least they got all the voice actors back, but still, the animation has changed quite severely. It did make me laugh quite a bit, but it seemed cheap.More
As a fan of the show I found it not as good as it but it delivers some good laughs and social criticism.
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