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Eric Brainard 9 months ago
Good but not my favorite. Kind of has a split story that works but one's better.
Taylor Wyatt over 7 years ago
While it goes a little over board a GIRL POWER message it's still a very funny movie
Michael Cole over 7 years ago
Decent resolution to the futurama story, but not as funny as the show
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Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder is the last of a series of four straight-to-DVD Futurama movies. The movie was written by Ken Keeler, based on a story by Keeler and David X. Cohen, and directed by Peter Avanzino. Guest stars include Phil Hendrie, Penn Jillette (credited with Teller), Snoop Dogg and Seth MacFarlane, who sings the theme song. In the movie, Leela becomes an outlaw when she and a group of ecologically-minded feminists attempt to save an asteroid of primitive life forms and the Violet Dwarf star from being destroyed, while Fry joins a secret society and attempts to stop a mysterious species known as the "Dark Ones" from destroying all life in the universe. The title itself is a reference to the U.S. Air Force Song, which main chorus describes reaching "Into the wild blue yonder". The DVD and Blu-Ray were released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on February 23, 2009, while the film itself premiered on February 6, 2009 at New York Comic Con. It made its broadcast...
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