Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder

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Released 2009

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Director:
Peter Avanzino
Released:
2009
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Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder is a direct-to-DVD film based on the television series Futurama created by Matt Groening. The Planet Express crew is on Mars to watch Amy's wealthy family build a new Mars resort. After an interaction with Frida Waterfall and her eco-feministas, Leela takes up a cause for saving the Mars environment. In an altercation with Fry, Frida's jewelry becomes lodged into Fry's brain. The jewel gives Fry the power and curse of being able to hear other people's thoughts. After this drives him insane, he meets a man naed Hutch who gives Fry a tin foil hat which blocks out the thoughts. Hutch brings Fry to the "Legion of Mad Fellows" who inform him of an ancient species called the "Encyclopods" who have stored their DNA on a dwarf planet. This dwaf planet just happens to be on the demolition list for Amy's parent's new giant mini golf course. Leela and the eco-feministas and the Legion of Mad Fellows have to stop the Wongs at any cost.moreless
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  • Perhaps the best Futurama movie so far.

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    Perhaps the best Futurama movie so far.



    While it has some unimportant storylines (like Bender's affair with Fanny), the story is otherwise quite whole - a guaranteed humor-ride for all Futurama fans.



    While Leela joins a green movement and Fry struggles to understand yet another great destiny bestowed upon him (this time because he seems to be able to read minds), Amy's father tries to build the biggest mini golf course in the universe. The majority of this movie actually takes place on Mars, instead of Earth, which is a nice change of pace.



    Eco-terrorists, running from the law, creepy dark voices and a potential end of the world; this is Futurama at its best!moreless

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