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PEE Poll: what is you favourite movie?
beast with a billion backs   -27 (11.3%)
benders game   -36 (15%)
benders big score   -81 (33.8%)
into the wild green yonder   -96 (40%)
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totalnerd undercanada

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« #400 : 02-07-2010 13:13 »

If they were so bad, why did you come here?
Shot
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« #401 : 02-08-2010 07:20 »

because amy & leela are hot.
jlas01

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« #402 : 02-11-2010 13:31 »

Because he's a bot or a lifeless loser.  Alternately don't get me wrong Wild Green Yonder was an awesome flick......."Very well I will fem-unciate, your man-formation"  But c'mon   "Those are tentacles.....they're genticles!"  That part was superfantastic
robertojamison

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« #403 : 02-21-2010 17:29 »

I liked how BBS brought back Seymour. If you can tastefully revisit the series, i say why not!
wowbagger

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« #404 : 02-27-2010 07:26 »

1. Into the Wild Green Yonder (whoa, scifi!)
2. Bender's Big Score (close second)
3. Beast with a Billion Backs
4. Bender's Game
mikey_lee13

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« #405 : 03-28-2010 16:54 »

out of the 4 i enjoy BENDERS GAME most of all
anosou

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« #406 : 03-31-2010 12:19 »

Bender's Big Score had ridiculous amount of fan service, can't complain about that. The time traveling also made the story incredibly appealing to me (I blame Cohen, he makes things appealing in general).

Into the Wild Green Yonder is a close second though.. whoa, sci-fi!
M.E.A.T lion

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« #407 : 04-07-2010 01:47 »

I love all the movies, but ITWGY is the best for me. "I'm dead. I'm dead. Eat only natural whole grain bread."
willsterdude3000

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« #408 : 04-07-2010 16:03 »

I hate the feministas, they're really annoying.
benderslover

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« #409 : 04-20-2010 04:09 »

"I like Benders game :)
lilkitten29

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« #410 : 04-21-2010 19:39 »

Into the Wild Green Yonder is my favorite closely followed by Bender's Big Score, then Beast with a Billion Backs, and then, LAST and LEAST, Bender's Game (shudders).
benderslover

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« #411 : 04-21-2010 23:08 »

Bender's Game
benderslover

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« #412 : 04-22-2010 03:12 »

i have a very short memory and spelling dissorder

me to can we be freinds?
roonstable

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« #413 : 06-27-2011 19:54 »

1. Into the Wild Green Yonder
2. Bender's Big Score
3. Bender's Game
4.Beast with a Billion

All amazing movies !!
futurefreak

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« #414 : 06-28-2011 05:38 »

Bender's Big Score for its touching and interesting storyline, and reveals that took us back to the Pilot, again, heh.
flesheatingbull

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« #415 : 06-28-2011 06:19 »

MY LEG FEELS FUNNY!!!

that quote is from my favorite.
Onuki

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« #416 : 06-28-2011 07:43 »

The Beast with a Billion Backs
Bender's Big Score
Into the Wild Green Yonder
Bender's Game

Otis P Jivefunk

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« #417 : 06-28-2011 19:27 »

MY LEG FEELS FUNNY!!!

that quote is from my favorite.

That is possibly the greatest quote to come out of all four of the movies, or at least one of them. Simple but so hilarious, especially the way Destructor delivers it!...
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« #418 : 06-28-2011 19:52 »

MY LEG FEELS FUNNY!!!

that quote is from my favorite.

That is possibly the greatest quote to come out of all four of the movies, or at least one of them. Simple but so hilarious, especially the way Destructor delivers it!...

I enjoyed:

'Hey Fry old buddy! It's me! Bender!' *Shoots laser, big explosion*

I LOL everytime. :laff:
DaltonCarl

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« #419 : 07-01-2011 04:42 »

beast with a billion backs, i know this is off topic of the rest of chatter. But i find that it has the best mix of everyone in the show. And all the tie ins from classic games and movies is a big plus for me,.
Sol23

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« #420 : 07-01-2011 04:50 »

Into the Wild Green Yonder just for the pharaoh sex scene....or does he say fairer sex? I think says pharaoh sex but either way I always crack up from that. Always wanted them dancing in the cage as an animated avatar.

Benders Big Score for the Professors Thug Life tattoo.
i_c_weiner

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« #421 : 07-01-2011 04:52 »

I don't even remember voting in this poll, but supposedly I voted for Into the Wild Green Yonder... which is odd, considering I definitely like Beast the best...
flesheatingbull

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« #422 : 07-01-2011 06:07 »

I don't even remember voting in this poll, but supposedly I voted for Into the Wild Green Yonder... which is odd, considering I definitely like Beast the best...
i like your taste, sir.
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« #423 : 07-01-2011 06:36 »

I'm noticing a lot more love recently for BWABB, which makes me happy. When I initially picked that as my favorite I got weird looks...something about the tentacles... :shifty:
flesheatingbull

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« #424 : 07-01-2011 06:45 »
« : 07-01-2011 07:31 by futurefreak »

I'm noticing a lot more love recently for BWABB, which makes me happy. When I initially picked that as my favorite I got weird looks...something about the tentacles... :shifty:

Genticles? I remember the initial release. I friggin' loved it. The plot was so epic and funny and futuramaesque that I salivated at the mouth whilst watching.

'Love the tentacle, leela'.
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« #425 : 07-01-2011 15:39 »

I smiled with glee upon receiveing TBWABB on Christmas day 2008. :D

Not my personal favourite movie, but definately one of the better Futurama episodes/movies. :D
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« #426 : 07-04-2011 03:33 »

I liked BBS the best just because it's the most enjoyable to rewatch. I loved the way everything tied together in the end, even if the various subplots did seem kind of randomly mushed together to some. And the battle scene. Oh, wow, the battle scene, I must have watched that about fifteen times when I rented the DVD. It's epic. I also like Wild Green Yonder - hell, I like all of them - but I just thought BBS was solid.
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« #427 : 07-04-2011 15:06 »

I liked BBS the best just because it's the most enjoyable to rewatch. I loved the way everything tied together in the end, even if the various subplots did seem kind of randomly mushed together to some. And the battle scene. Oh, wow, the battle scene, I must have watched that about fifteen times when I rented the DVD. It's epic. I also like Wild Green Yonder - hell, I like all of them - but I just thought BBS was solid.

Bravo, highly agree. ;)
spira

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« #428 : 07-04-2011 19:27 »

Thank you, thank you. -deep bow-
Dorsal Axe

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« #429 : 07-04-2011 21:05 »

Into the Wild Green Yonder is my personal favourite, simply because it's the only one that produces the feel of a theatrical film (which I find very appealing). It's the most balanced and well-made of the four films, and I find it hugely refreshing how so little of the film actually takes place on Earth. Bender's Big Score almost captured a theatrical feeling, especially with the extended intro and some of the plot concepts, but the film is a little disjointed and surprisingly light on the funny (although it makes up for this with its wonderfully intricate story).

The other two feel much more like extended episodes. But I absolutely love The Beast With a Billion Backs, because I think it's hilarious and I totally dig the kind of absurdity featured in the film (and Kif's funeral is, in my opinion, one of the best scenes in the entire series). I also think that this film has some of the most striking animation, with all the tentacles and whatnot. I find Bender's Game to be perhaps the funniest of all the movies though. I personally enjoy the fantasy act, but I have to say that the first few acts are very strong. The one thing I really dislike about the film is that the music is very repetitive.

So, I have no real ordering other than ITWGY being my favourite. BBS is probably the one I would give a miss over the others, since it requires a bit more focus and attention than the other films, and therefore I wouldn't watch it if I was tired or something.
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« #430 : 07-05-2011 05:20 »

I agree with pretty much everything Dosal Axe said except that Into the Wild Green Yonder is my least favourite... by a mile. It does feel more like a feature than the other 3, but it also comes across as a bit of a 'swing and a miss' in doing so -it's obviously not a feature film and it doesn't have the same theatrical scope of a good feature film (I know it spans space and emotion and so forth -I just mean regarding its pacing and camera angles and so forth).
Plus the first act is pretty much completely disjointed from the rest of it.
totalnerd undercanada

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« #431 : 07-05-2011 05:25 »

For me, ITWGY felt like the writing staff had finally gotten the hang of the new format and had mastered writing properly for the characters again.

Bender's Game was a little too... disjointed for me to give it top marks. BWABB was not terribly well executed overall (though I do like it, I do think it could have been better) and BBS was although funny just slightly out of sync with the Futurama universe.

ITWGY wins for me.

Having had another think (or several) since I originally posted this, I'd rank them as follows:

ITWGY > BWABB > BBS > BG

My original post is still something I more-or-less agree with.
DannyJC13

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« #432 : 07-05-2011 15:44 »

(and Kif's funeral is, in my opinion, one of the best scenes in the entire series).

I love when that Amphibiosan plays the Bag Pipes with his head and then it just explodes. :laff:
spira

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« #433 : 07-05-2011 23:14 »

Bender's Game does have a lot going for it in terms of humor. I really liked the fantasy scene, even if it was sort of randomly inserted. Also, I've always liked Mom's sons and found them at least amusing, so it was nice getting more backstory on them and just seeing them screw around (we're owl exterminators!).
flesheatingbull

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« #434 : 07-06-2011 05:10 »

(and Kif's funeral is, in my opinion, one of the best scenes in the entire series).

I love when that Amphibiosan plays the Bag Pipes with his head and then it just explodes. :laff:

the midwife had me cracking up the whole time too. :laff:
Howard Moon
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« #435 : 07-06-2011 15:01 »

Bender's Big Score was the best for me. I really enjoyed it. It was a great Futurama return.
DannyJC13

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« #436 : 07-06-2011 15:44 »

Bender's Big Score was the best for me. I really enjoyed it. It was a great Futurama return.

True that, very nice first second post Howard Moon. Welcome to PEEL. ;)
spira

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« #437 : 07-07-2011 13:51 »

the midwife had me cracking up the whole time too. :laff:

Haha, I LOVE every appearance she's made. She's hilarious.

Agreed, Howard Moon.
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« #438 : 12-10-2011 10:34 »

*Bumped for Solid Gold Bender*

What's your favorite SGB? BBS and TBWABB are my favorites. For the longest time TBWABB was my no. 1, I know I was definitely in the minority here about that. David Cross really bumped its rating for me.
UnrealLegend

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« #439 : 12-10-2011 10:52 »

Bender's Big Score. It was a clever plot that made great use of the characters. Into the Wild Green Yonder was also great.

TBWaBB was eh... not that great. Plot was rubbish.

Bender's game was great at first, however when I realized how disjointed and muddled the story was, it got much worse. The first half was brilliant though.
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