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Funny that we ended up watching this the day after a discussion about how long running TV shows end up having a D&D episode. Anyway, Bender's Game is okay. It's the silliest of the four Futurama movies.
Fantastic animated movie of a great animated tv show by the creator of the Simpson's, Matt Groening. It's sad that Fox cancelled futurama, even though I didn't see it live on tv, I recently binged watched the entire series on Netflix before it goes away in July. I finished the series in 5 days, a week before July, I felt pretty accomplished finishing this great show and now I'm onto watching the movies in between the cancellation of this show. Sorry for that little intro, now onto the actual review, I really liked the animation and felt just like a long episode of the show. The story was good and that's it. I like seeing all my favorite characters in a movie, I doubt that they'll make an actual movie in theaters but this is good enough for now.
love it it is an awesome movie and it is based like d&d
it was ok... my least favorite of the four. more Nibler! and the rest if basically just Lord of the Rings and Star Wars
not bad but it can get boring at times
A dungeon and dragon homage that didn't really make any sense, possibly the weakest of all the films.
Even by Futurama standards this is probably the nerdiest thing they have ever done. Geeks should have plenty to obsess over between the LOTR, Star Wars and Dungeons & Dragons references. Hard to complain too much when the climax involves light sabers, dragons and centaurs.
Bender's Game is another hilarious Futurama film.
Always silly, and the D&D aspect was kinda neat, albeit contrived for the finale. Then again, isn't that the point?
This was my favourite of the four Futurama films but that may be because the fantasy and roleplaying references appeal to my personal interests so much.