The Simpsons Film (2007)

The Simpsons Film (2007)



The Simpsons Film (2007)

The Simpsons Film is a 2007 animated comedy distributed by 20th Century Fox. It stars Dan Castellaneta as Homer, Julie Kavner as Marge, Nancy Cartwright as Bart, and Yeardley Smith as Lisa. Characters are primarily based on The Simpsons TV present created by Matt Groening. The director is David Silverman.

The story takes place primarily in a metropolis named Springfield (no state is given as a operating gag on the present). Homer Simpson decides to undertake a pig to put it aside from slaughter at Krusty Burger. He begins to indicate extra love in the direction of the pig than his son Bart. Bart begins seeing neighbor Ned Flanders as extra of a father-figure. Homer plans to get rid of the pig's feces correctly however, after getting a name from a pal about free donuts, he simply dumps it into the closest lake. The EPA reacts by inserting an enormous glass dome over your entire metropolis, separating it from the remainder of the world.

As we all know with any movie primarily based on a TV present, one ought to have already seen the present with a view to really admire the sort of humor displayed within the film. Whereas the common TV characters provide their traditional model of comedy, new ones herald a extra satirical kind. As an illustration, the president is portrayed as principally a clueless superstar who doesn't actually know what's happening. Additionally, the evil head of the EPA, Russ Cargill, is to resemble a wealthy man attempting to make use of his cash to affect the president into giving him extra energy.

Except for the satire and really entertaining plot, this movie options quite a few subplots, essentially the most notable of them being the connection between Homer and Bart. As acknowledged earlier than, Homer adopts a pig and begins to indicate extra affection in the direction of it than Bart. As Homer continues to make errors, Bart continues to lose respect for him, ultimately seeing their neighbor Ned Flanders as his father as a result of he was giving Bart the eye and affection he was not getting from Homer.

To wrap, The Simpsons Film is a good movie and, I consider, effectively value donating a few of your priceless time to see!


The Simpsons Film (2007)