Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play In the long anticipated film The Simpsons Movie finds the fate of Springfield - the suburban setting that has been home to The Simpsons clan for more than 18 years - hanging in the balance when Homer and his new pet pig inadvertently cause a major ecological disaster in their hometown Forced to flee it is up to the paunchy patriarch to save his family the Springfield community and possibly the world Actors Julie Kavner Albert Brooks Dan Castellaneta Nancy Cartwright Yeardley Smith Hank Azaria & Harry Shearer Director David Silverman Certificate PG Year 2007 Screen Widescreen Languages English - Dolby Digital (51) Duration 1 hour and 27 minutes (approx) Region Region 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players
The world's most popular animated family make their big-screen debut in this feature-length comedy. After Homer (voice of Dan Castellaneto) pollutes Lake Springfield the angry population forces the Simpsons to move to Alaska. Meanwhile the president Arnold Schwarzenegger is induced by his advisor from EPA to put a dome over Springfield to hold the population and destroy the city. When Marge sees the news on the television the family decide to return to Springfield to try and save their town and friends.
Average Rating for The Simpsons Movie  - 3 out of 5
(based on 4 user reviews)
The Simpsons Movie Sophie Anderson
The Simpsons Movie is like one long episode of the TV series, not that this is a bad thing. The jokes are frequent, and the graphics/animation is a lot better than the usual stuff on the TV episodes.
All in all it's a good film, however to me, it's one of those films where you feel you have already seen the best bits in the trailer. But still definately worth a watch, if not a couple!
The Simpsons Movie WARREN MITCHELL
24 SEASON 1. I was recently given this as a gift. I started to watch it on friday night and finished on monday night(all 24 episodes) This is such a gripping show and leaves you at the end of each episode just wanting more. With more twists and turns and shocks throughout this rollercoaster. The lead character Jack is far from shallow while presenting all the action. The other cast keep you guessing who's side they are on, and your going to be saying "what!!!" and occassionally you'll be in complete shock. His daughter kidnapped, terrorists plotting to kill a black senator who is going to be president and rogue agents, this is a must see
The Simpsons Movie J.Galvin
Another far-fetched adventure in which the Simpson family are caught up. This mystery tour includes near death experiences, frequently funny punch lines and mutated animals. After grandpa has an out of body experience he predicts that terrible things are going to happen. Marge becomes paranoid about this premonition and urges everyone to be extra careful. When Bart gets dared by his very child like father figure to skate to Krusty burger and back naked, Homer acquires a pig and appoints him as his side kick. But when he has to come to the decision of if he wants free donuts or to dispose of "Harry Plopper's" waste you guessed what he picked. After dumping the silo in the lake he therefore dooms the whole town because the EPA (environmental protection agency) covers the whole of Springfield by a massive dome. The townspeople come as an angry mob and destroy the Simpsons' home. The family escape the dome and emigrate to Alaska where they find out that Homer wants to stay there. Homer has an epiphany and realises that in order to save himself he must save spring field from a bomb which is whats going to turn spring field into the next Grand Canyon! This is a great storyline and is a must see family film. Matt Groening has done Springfield proud!
The Simpsons Movie Christina East
I was lucky enough to see this the day it was released at the cinema, and liked it so much I bought the DVD the day it was released. The plot is weak, frankly - but then, the plot isn't the point, is it? This movie makes fun of itself, as well as many many other genres and films. A good laugh from beginning to end.
Funniest moment? The moment when Bart finally shows his rude bits..... - a very clever piece of animation which couldn't offend anyone (surely????)
Stick it out to the very end of the credits to hear Maggie's first word. (I don't think this moment was broadcast in the cinema, and can only hope that she is right!)
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