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Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder [Blu-ray] [Import anglais]
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The fourth full-length adventure from Matt 'The Simpsons' Groening's animated sci-fi series. Pizza delivery boy from Earth, Philip Fry, who woke up in the year 3000 after accidentally freezing himself in 1999, continues his adventures delivering the goods for Planet Express. Accompanied, as usual, by the beautiful one-eyed mutant alien Leela, and Bender the robot, Fry sets out to save the universe from the bad guys who are threatening the future Green Age.
The last of the four commission direct-to-DVD spin-off movies for Futurama, Into The Wild Green Yonder fortunately leaves us salivating for more. Will we get them? Possibly, but for now, it’s perhaps wiser to deal with what we’ve got.
Into The Wild Green Yonder continues the environmental theme that has underpinned many of the specials, with the plan this time surrounding Amy’s dad, Leo Wong, and his desire to sweep away part of the galaxy so that he can build a golf course (the biggest of its type in the universe, naturally). As this plan unfolds, Fry manages to pick up some mind-reading abilities and Bender embarks on an affair, amongst other events. And while Into The Wild Green Yonder does focus tightly on a handful of characters, leaving some of the others a little short-changed, the star attractions here all get plenty of time.
And that’s been one of the strengths of these DVD spin-offs. Running to the best part of 90 minutes, they’ve taken their time to set things up, and made the most of the extended running time. Into The Wild Green Yonder is no different, and really benefits--albeit at the cost of one or two slower moments--from having a bit more space. The end result is a very funny, enjoyable way to spend 90 minutes, and one of the best of the spin-off movies, too. Here’s hoping though that for Futurama, this isn’t actually the end… --Jon Foster --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.Voir l'ensemble des Descriptions du produit
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En effet, beaucoup de blagues sont zappés ou changés pour un humour beaucoup plus vulgaire que l'original. Au niveau du film, je le trouve assez déçevant, le film n'est pas très très drôle (contrairement à la série) et j'ai trouver la fin assez déçevante.
Au final, il faudra juste retenir que la série est bien meilleure que les films qui n'étaient là que pour faire de l'argent à l'équipe de Futurama.
Ceci-dit, ce n'est pas plus mal, car grâce à la bonne vente de ces films, nous aurons droit à ue nouvelle saison de 26 épisodes ! Espérons qu'ils seront aussi drôle que la série que l'on connait !
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Great show, great extras, I really hope they keep making them like this. When I think back to a lot of other 30-minute TV shows that tried to make something feature length, it generally just falls flat (coughsimpsonscough) but the Futurama writers know their stuff and all of these post-network releases have been awesome. I will gladly pay-to-play for as long as they keep making them.
Although I have to say, I'd also like to see them try something like this: Drop the extras, go back to a 30 minute format and release the episodes straight to Amazon Unbox or iTunes for a couple bucks per episode and see how that sells. I would eat something like that UP. You could still collect them and release them in DVD format with commentary later on but I could really go for some more frequent Futurama.
I like it either way, I'm just sayin', there are other ways to get my money if the feature-length idea ever loses steam.
(Edit: Oh, I have to say I was kind of disappointed when they had literally the entire cast for every audio commentary on every Fururama DVD EXCEPT Lauren Tom (Amy). She's always missing from the extras/commentary. In this DVD, there is an entire extra feature that consists of just her. We find out that she is, in fact, responsible for the entire creation of the show... er, sort of.)
*Uhhh...where to start? There's just a whole bunch of stuff going on; some green chi sweeps across the galaxy, giving new life to dead asteroids and planets; the Wongs trample all life in their way to build a new Las-Vegas-type city on Mars and the galaxy's biggest mini-golf course; and then a group of feminist activists try to stop them; and then Bender has an affair with the wife of the robot mafia's "donbot"; Fry starts to hear voices; and then everything kind-of works out in the end...
The Good News, Everyone!
*Superb video/sound quality. It is practically perfect on Blu-Ray; the details are sharp, clear, vivid. The color is great and the picture has no defects that I can see. I'm sure that the regular DVD is splendid too.
*Includes some good special features; commentaries, animatics, featurettes, and deleted scenes.
*Excellent animation quality.
*Has some great hilarious dialogue and funny scenes (without relying too heavily on catch phrases or old gags). Also has plenty of action.
*A few funny parodies throughout.
*One or two funny puns.
*Also makes good fun of modern-day issues, particularly concerning environmentalism.
*A few of nostalgic homages to older Futurama episodes (expect to see some familiar characters and references). Everything is accurate to what the show was.
*Characters are still great and funny.
The Bad Things
*Probably not for kids; contains one or two scenes with blood, a bit of swearing, and some innuendo.
The Questionable Things
*The story is kind of weird. It starts off in one direction, but totally ends up in a different way. I suppose all of these movies have been this way, but in this case, it seemed particularly strange.
*I found the ending somewhat satisfying; it ties up the characters in an okay fashion and leaves everything open for more stories (this ending actually reminded me of other sci-fi endings, like the "Lost in Space" movie). It may disappoint other viewers though.
This is one final hurrah for fans of the show. It's not great in the same way "Bender's Big Score" or "Bender's Game" was, but I would say that this is still better than "The Beast With a Billion Backs." The disc has great quality and many extras, and would recommend it to any Futurama fan.
When I received this item the DVD case was wrinkled and damaged, but luckily the disc inside wasn't damaged and worked fine when I tested it in my DVD player. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU TEST OUT THE DISC AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
The only reason I gave this 3 stars instead of 2 is because I like Futurama. Very poor design.
This is the 4th, and final, full length movie made during the time frame after Futurama was originally cancelled but before it was revived on Comedy Central.
There are some connections between the series and the other movies, but you can watch it individually and enjoy it. It might take a little while to get to know the characters, but even if you are not familiar with the characters, the jokes are still really good.
Also, fantastic movie, funny stuff, and fun extra's.