At 11/6/08 05:15 AM, yes-no wrote:
I referred to THIS movie as a self-contained entity, as opposed to a summary component of the entire series. If you watch THIS movie, Ignar and the Professor's relationship is made very clear throughout the movie... And was it really much of a plot twist for the Futurama story anyway?
So you've known since the first time you saw him that Ignar was the Professor's son?
At 11/4/08 09:02 AM, Coop83 wrote:
Well, I'm referring to the fact that most of the sub-plots, like Fry coming back in time to the year 1999, Leela's mutant origins, have been a part of the background, working on a slow play before. Why not this one? As far as I'm concerned, I think that this one is just the same as those.
More importantly, the movie's predictability was not what made it mediocre. I love Futurama, but the past two movies were not very good.
So you're saying that because Bender's Big Score was the ace of the three movies so far, they should have made that the fourth one released? It's a bit of a problem with the way they've made them. A shame, but I suppose you're entitled to your opinion. I'm looking forward to the Wild Green Yonder, because I hope it means a triumphant return for Zapp, Kiff and Nixon, who were conspicuous by their absence from this one.
Personally, I think that they need to start making more Futurama again, because they need to write some parts for Obama now! Either that or commence lambasting Bush in their fashion.