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Eric Brainard 8 months ago
Out of the 4 movies, I liked this one the most. Bender does have an imagination.
Leif Jacobson over 4 years ago
Not a home run as far as Futurama goes, but still a good bit of fun.
Fernando Olivas almost 6 years ago
The second half is worth watching.
Michael Cole 7 years ago
Among the more entertaining of the the Futurama movies, with a great story.
Kraig Brachman over 7 years ago
worst of the 4 movies, but still it's Futurama, so it's still better then alot of things.
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Jason Gilmore 5 years ago
Futurama: Bender's Game is the third of the four direct-to-DVD Futurama films that make up the show's fifth season. It was released on November 4, 2008 on DVD and Blu-ray. According to the Beast with a Billion Backs commentary, the film, which spoofs Dungeons & Dragons, was in production when Dungeons & Dragons creator, E. Gary Gygax, died. The film contains a post-credits tribute to Gygax in the form of a title card and a clip of him from the episode "Anthology of Interest I". Elements of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and George Lucas' Star Wars are also parodied. The title of the film is a pun on the book Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, though the Futurama film has "very little to do with the subject material" of the book. Ignoring Professor Farnsworth's orders to conserve fuel due to a rise in dark matter prices, Leela borrows the Planet Express ship to enter a demolition derby after being insulted by rednecks. They win it, however the ship is wrecked, but due to...
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