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« on: 10-19-2008 01:26 »
« Last Edit on: 10-19-2008 01:28 »

I've written a review of Beast with a Billion Backs on Squidoo. I wasn't a huge fan of the movie, but I wanted some feedback on my review. Let me know if you agree with my views!

Chaos and Critique: Review of Futurama, The Beast with a Billion Backs


Bending Unit
« Reply #1 on: 10-19-2008 09:17 »

Good Plot Outline, You could have given it a rating though.
no.9 man

Bending Unit
« Reply #2 on: 11-12-2008 13:46 »

I agree with cinimod. Also the links at the bottom of page have very blurred pictures.
« Reply #3 on: 11-24-2008 03:42 »

I wasn't a big fan of the movie either.  The biggest problem I have had with BBS and BWABB is the characters acting out of character.  In BBS it was when Labarbara quit out on Hermes as soon as his body was kaput.  In the episode Bend Her Labarbara says "If I'd wanted a human Adonis as a husband, I'd have stayed married to Barbados Slim", yet in BBS she drops him right after he, thats right, loses his body.  Whether Hermes had a body or not in her true nature which was displayed in Bend Her she wouldn't have given up on Hermes.  Then in BWBB Amy gets with Zapp.  Come on, she's never been a fan of his charms.  In Amazon Women in the Mood she is disgusted by Zapp's pick-up lines coming out of Kif's mouth, yet in BWBB she sleeps with Zapp!  When characters are created and developed there actions need to reflect the rules the series has set up about them and those rules being broken have been my biggest beef with Futurama as of late.  Bender's Game was a breath of fresh air.  It felt like an old Futurama episode, just longer.  The characters acted like themselves, and when they didn't it was because they were exhaggerated (Amy making out with everyone) in the land of Cornwood.  The jokes were great, there was still drama (Farnsworth and Igner) and at no point did I feel like saying "this just isn't like Futurama".
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