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  Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Good grief, Charlie Brown...Buy this film here.
Year: 2007
Director: Matt Maiellaro, Dave Willis
Stars: Dana Snyder, Carey Means, Matt Maiellaro, Dave Willis, Andy Merrill, Mike Schatz, C. Martin Croker, Neil Peart
Genre: Comedy, Animated
Rating:  6 (from 1 vote)
Review: Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad hit the big screen with a zany tale involving the Insane-o-Flex - some kind of excercise machine from the depths of Dante's inferno. Along the way they tangle with perennial favourite characters: The Mooninites - two pixelated space invader creatures from the Moon (who caused an actual full scale terror alert in Boston last year), Dr Weird and Steve, Oglethorpe and Emory from Pluto, Carl the unpleasant neighbour, the ghost robot with it's endlessly boring stories and MC Pee Pants - a large shrill spider. Plus for your delectation, special guest - a microscopic Neil Peart, the drummer from the band 'Rush'. I kid you not.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force is a US adult cartoon featuring three items of fast food and their krazy adventures. It is bizarre. The episodes increasingly make no sense. Originally they were supposed to fight crime, but now seem to be concerned with sitting at home and wacky things turning up. However there are some rather good laugh out loud moments and clever dialogue, such as anything Meatwad (a burger with no bun) says. It's like bearable South Park but not as mature as King of the Hill. Quite easy to get hooked on, it's written with a modicum of intelligence.

The film, like the series is utterly senseless with no real thread of plot. it's a case of sit back and see what happens. If you enjoy Family Guy, then this is probably up your street. Ideal late night entertainment with booze and nothing better to do.
Reviewer: Simon Aronsson


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