#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Homer adopts a pig who’s run away from Krusty Burger after Krusty tried to have him slaughtered, naming the pig “Spider Pig.” At the same time, the lake is protected after the audience sink the barge Green Day are on with garbage after they mention the environment. Meanwhile, Spider Pig’s waste has filled up a silo in just 2 days, apparently with Homer’s help. Homer can’t get to the dump quickly so dumps the silo in the lake, polluting it. Russ Cargill, the villainous boss of the EPA, gives Arnold Schwarzenegger, president of the USA, 5 options and forces him to choose 4 (which is, unfortunately, to destroy Springfield) and putting a dome over Springfield to prevent evacuation. Homer, however, has escaped, along with his family. Can he stop the evil Cargill from annihilating his home town, and his family, who have been forced to return to Springfield?
Plot: After Homer accidentally pollutes the town’s water supply, Springfield is encased in a gigantic dome by the EPA and the Simpsons are declared fugitives.
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I’ve never been particularly invested in _The Simpsons_. This movie didn’t turn me around on that. I could stand watching it, Hell, this was actually the **second** time I’ve seen it, but I assure you, it was not for my own enjoyment I did so.
_Final rating:★★ – Definitely not for me, but I sort of get the appeal._
Forgive this forward, but I literally watched all 31 seasons because I was sick and have never understood what the fuss was about the Simpsons.
I really have to conclude that the appeal of the Simpsons was a simple lack of options when it first came out, and then it just grew in power by simply existing for so long.
For this movie:
Uninspired watch, probably won’t watch again, and can’t recommend, unless you’re already a Simpsons fan.
It’s really just a lot of the Simpsons being Simpsons, but that also means that the overall story writing is actually pretty good, even if the character writing is rather repetitive.
I did enjoy the introduction of Ploppers, Spider-Pig, but it doesn’t really even out everything else.
The big adversity is an “under the dome” scenario, which is actually interesting enough to explore, but because it’s the Simpsons, we know that nothing ultimately interesting is going to happen, and that everything is going to resolve like its TV counterpart. Now, that said, the TV show does drop unexpected, unexplainable shifts, like the death of characters. I don’t think Fox was brave enough to put such a thing in the movie, which would have completely changed the gravity of the movie.
It’s fine, it’s well produced, it’s just not very interesting, and I don’t think I’d ever watch it again unless I was binging the Simpsons again, and wanted to watch it in order.
An incendiary, hilarious, and ultimately anticlimactic ride
For all the creativity crammed into one half-hour episode of “The Simpsons,” I am probably not alone in saying that the show’s creative apex bottomed out when it stopped being a “funny sitcom” and became a “cultural phenomenon”–it’s been years since I’ve sat in front of the TV on a Sunday night with the primary interest of being wowed by Matt Groening’s brainchild. When the show first began in 1989, the Bart-friendly T-shirts and pins seemed borne out of uncertainty over the show’s staying power; these days, with the show’s position in the TV canon firmly established, your Xbox games are designed for little more than feeding the “Simpsons” cash cow. That being said, I revisit the show every once in a while (via taped weekday-afternoon reruns of earlier seasons), and very much appreciate it–the sense of satire is sly, incendiary, and often very funny. Some critics cite horror films as being able to express social concerns that would be difficult to convey in other genres; “The Simpsons” would be another arena (and easily the more critically acclaimed).
So, after years of hype, this cultural phenomenon has spawned a film (aptly titled “The Simpsons Movie”) that most fans will no doubt consider ‘belated.’ As a laid-back viewer with an appreciation of the show, the end result is frequently “LOL” hilarious, but not very endearing (honestly, I had forgotten most of the gags by the time I was out of the theater and walking to my car). The best I can say is, “it’s like a really good episode of the TV show” rather than “a great film,” though I guess that’s complimentary enough. I will pick up the DVD once it’s released, and be reminded all over of why the film succeeded in its primary goal of clever laughs.
It begins with an excellent jab at the film’s own existence, courtesy of Homer (“Why pay for something we can watch on TV for free?” indeed!), then delves into a plot that is as incendiary as anything the yellow-tinged family has tackled: an environmental crisis strikes Springfield when Homer dumps a silo a pig feces in a lake that’s been recently de-contaminated, inspiring outrage from the citizens and the government (headed by President Schwarzenegger, though I kept thinking “President McBain”), whose EPA liaison (voiced by Albert Brooks, who also guest-voiced the similar “Hal Scorpio” years ago) covers the contaminated city in a huge Plexiglas dome. Before you can say “Al Gore eats yellow snow,” the Simpsons escape through a literal sinkhole and make tracks for Alaska as renegades from the law, only to find themselves returning to rescue their idyllic American home.
Which ultimately isn’t much different than what you would find in an average episode of “The Simpsons.” This is a film that knows its audience, but also successfully provides an initiation for those who (for some strange reason) have never seen the show. The animation is fluid, colorful, and uber-glossy, and the writing is on par with the better episodes (the mantra remains “anything goes” in “Simpson”-world); some intriguing character twists aside, the film overall neither exceeds nor diminishes the expectations of those who expect everything and those who expect nothing. It’s a fun summer film, but not an outstanding blockbuster of endearing quality…you’ll laugh heartily and maybe feel moved, but the relatively short running time is both a blessing and a curse–while you will be sufficiently guffawed-out by the end credits, “The Simpsons Movie” leaves a viewer yearning for more. I suppose that’s as good an indication as any to go back to the tapes.
I asked myself a question when watching this movie- would it make me love the Simpsons more, or would it ruin the show altogether?
I have to say the answer to my own question is the former. I loved the Simpsons when I was 10-12, but just over a year ago for some reason I stopped watching it. Maybe I didn’t find it as funny and creative anymore. Anyway, The Simpsons Movie is a constantly hilarious and witty movie, that completely exceeded my expectations. Yep, it is very silly, but it is lots of fun as well. So much so, I have decided to give the show another chance. The animation is true to the style of that of the show, with crisp colourful backgrounds and excellent character animation. The music by Hans Zimmer is wonderful, while the master has done better work, the music is still pretty darn good. The theme tune is still as irresistibly catchy as it was when the show first started. The story is a good one, there are tons of hilarious moments and one or two heart-warming ones too. Grandpa’s revelation in the church at the beginning was hilarious, and I liked it when Lisa finds a special boyfriend in the name of Colin. I did worry that the environmentalist message would be too heavy handed, but it was handled just right. The voice cast do an exceptional job bringing the iconic characters to life, especially Dan Castallenetta as Homer. And they were aided by some delicious dialogue. I have no real complaints of this movie, though if the film was five minutes longer, we could’ve learned more about EPA. Overall, I thought The Simpsons Movie was absolutely terrific. 9/10 Bethany Cox
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director David Silverman
Writer James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean
Actors Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright
Country United States
Awards 5 wins & 34 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby, SDDS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1 (Itchy and Scratchy), 2.39 : 1
Laboratory DeLuxe, USA (prints), Technicolor Digital Intermediates (digital intermediate)
Film Length 2,370 m (Sweden), 2,373 m (Portugal, 35 mm), 2,395 m (Finland)
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital (source format), Digital Intermediate (master format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak), D-Cinema