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Aqua Teen hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters, 2007
Starring: Dana Snyder, Carey Means, Dave Willis (voices)
The story begins in Egypt, where Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad are being attacked by an oversize poodle, who kills Frylock before being destroyed by Shake. Shake and Meatwad drive off with Frylock's corpse, and meet Time Lincoln, who plans to revive Frylock; however, when the CIA break into his house, the Aqua Teens flee in his wooden rocket ship, and Time Lincoln is shot. This, however, is all revealed to be an elaborate story concocted by Shake to explain the ATHF's origin to Meatwad. Shake then explains to Meatwad that women are only attracted to great bodies, then heads off to work out on his new exercise machine, the Insane-O-Flex. Together, they go in search of a missing piece of an exercise machine that happens to be more than an exercise machine, placing them on a collision course with the likes of Oglethorpe and Emory, a pair of jagged, ridiculous creatures from the future who travel with a robot companion claiming to be the Ghost of Christmas Past. They also encounter Dr. Weird, a mad and evil scientist given to disguises and who seeks revenge against the Hunger Force; McPee Pants, a rapping spider who wears a shower cap and diaper; and the hilarious Ignignokt and Err, two-dimensional villains from the ancient days of Pokey, Atari video games.
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Aqua Teen Hunger Force, the animated comedy from [adult swim] that follows a giant Styrofoam cup, a box of French fries and a ball of meat, is hard to explain. Like the Matrix, no one can be told what Aqua Teen Hunger Force is; you have to see it for yourself, and hope it doesn't scare you for life. In ten minute bursts, the pure insanity of ATHF can't do any lasting damage but still feels like a leprechaun is running around inside your head. What, then, does a full-length film that switches plot at least twice feel like?
The answer depends entirely on whether or not you like the TV show. Do you enjoy coherent storylines, logical character development and ingenious animation? Then this is not the film for you. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (and yes, that is the full official title) is as chaotic and ridiculous as a box of squirrels with ADHD. To review this film is to simply sit at one's computer, type randomly and hope for the best.
I will now attempt to explain the plot. Frylock, Master Shake and Meatwad, our titular team, come into possession of a piece of exercise equipment called the Insanoflex. They soon unwittingly become embroiled in a struggle to obtain the machine, which when assembled will exercise a man to the point that he will be so muscular and handsome all the women of the world will want to be with him, eventually resulting in widespread inbreeding and the end of the human race. It also turns into a giant robot and bounces around destroying cities to techno music. Then, about twenty minutes from the end, they forget about that plot and have the Aqua Teens search for their creator. The Insanoflex is never mentioned again, despite impending doom. The climax is so utterly over the top that I really can't do it justice here, but suffice to say it involves the Aqua Teens, evil scientist Dr Weird and Neil Peart, the drummer of Rush.
If that last paragraph has left you confused yet intrigued, then this might be the movie for you; it has to be the movie for someone. Featuring every important character from the television show, this will be a blast for fans. The Mooninites Ignignokt and Err make several appearances, committing acts of petty crime and vandalism while threatening the heroes with a gun that fires slow moving 8-bit dots. The Plutonians and the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past attempt to steal the Insanoflex while the Aqua Teens' neighbour Carl gets trapped in the machine and forced to exercise until his muscle mass prevents him from moving. None of the characters are inherently likeable, save for Frylock (who appears to be the only one with a modicum of intelligence) and Meatwad (who is too dumb to raise our ire.) It's all incredibly funny, but more often than not we're laughing at the characters rather than with them - or what we're seeing is so inexplicable that we have no choice but to laugh. If you can think of a better response to watching man-sized fast food fight a giant poodle firing lasers from its eyes, I'd love to know.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters is so undeniably strange that you can only applaud the sheer guts of its creators. When given the opportunity to bring their show to the big screen, Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis didn't change a single thing about what makes the TV program so remarkable. They wrote and directed a film that was very much made with fans in mind; if other people enjoyed it, that was a plus. From the opening sequence - a parody of "Let's All Go To The Lobby" featuring metal band Mastodon portrayed as snacks - to the final scene where Tina Fey voices a giant burrito, this is clearly a film whose makers weren't willing to pull punches. This is a movie so insane that a promotion for it caused a bomb scare in Boston. It has divided critics and film lovers alike, but if you're willing to sit back and let the craziness wash over you, Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters might be for you.