'The Simpsons Movie'

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Jar Jar Jaw Jaw

Milton, MA

#1 Jul 26, 2007
what's going on with Homer's BVDs?

http://www.theweeklydonut.org/index.php/2007/...
wayne

Exeter, UK

#2 Jul 26, 2007
the kids love it and they thought it was great and they havent stoped talking about it since lol (its worth it if youve got kids) peace for a few hours it was great so i hear.

Since: May 07

New Rochelle, NY

#3 Jul 26, 2007
Why???

20 years of it on TV isn't enough?

Bart should be 30 by now...
Hmmm

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#4 Jul 26, 2007
NYROTTSX2 wrote:
Why???
20 years of it on TV isn't enough?
Bart should be 30 by now...
Doh!
Faust

Addison, TX

#5 Jul 27, 2007
Caught the midnight showing, was a very funy film.

Need to see it again, missed a lot of lines because of the sound of the packed house laughing.
Corinne

Bronx, NY

#6 Jul 27, 2007
How was this movie? The previews look good..
Marsy

Yorktown Heights, NY

#7 Jul 27, 2007
Just plain idiotic. The Simpsons are a sad depiction of the American family. Makes me wonder what other countries think of America...
Jim

United States

#8 Jul 27, 2007
Marsy wrote:
Just plain idiotic. The Simpsons are a sad depiction of the American family. Makes me wonder what other countries think of America...
Obviously, as one of the longest running shows on tv, there are not many that share your feelings. "A sad depictionc of the American family"??? Are you serious? Its a freaking cartoon! If anyone thinks less of our country because of a cartoon show, they have some serious issues.

You want to see a sad show that makes me wonder what other countries think of America? How about American Idol? Seriously....
Mooooooose

United States

#9 Jul 27, 2007
Anyone who thinks of the Simpsons as more than a cartoon show is really taking it too seriously. It's so popular at this point because of the 10-15 year span where kids grew up watching this show. When you grow up and can rest memories with certain jokes or a certain class of humor, you'll aways enjoy it.
faust

Addison, TX

#10 Jul 27, 2007
Marsy wrote:
Just plain idiotic. The Simpsons are a sad depiction of the American family. Makes me wonder what other countries think of America...
You have issues, like being retarded
Paul Malibu

Hampton Bays, NY

#11 Jul 27, 2007
I will only go if Ralph Wiggums is in the movie, or at least Disco Stu. Anyone know?
ME too

Camp Hill, PA

#12 Jul 27, 2007
Paul Malibu wrote:
I will only go if Ralph Wiggums is in the movie, or at least Disco Stu. Anyone know?
NO Stu and Ralph has 1 line.....
Marsy

Yorktown Heights, NY

#13 Jul 27, 2007
Jim wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously, as one of the longest running shows on tv, there are not many that share your feelings. "A sad depictionc of the American family"??? Are you serious? Its a freaking cartoon! If anyone thinks less of our country because of a cartoon show, they have some serious issues.
You want to see a sad show that makes me wonder what other countries think of America? How about American Idol? Seriously....
I agree. But I disagree about the Simpsons. I still think they're idiotic - cartoon or not. They're vulgar and tasteless. Call me names if you must resort to that, but I'm entitled to my opinion, which, by the way, doesn't give me "serious issues." The only "serious issue" I have right now is a broken heart over the decline of the American family. Deny it if you must, but our country is in bad shape. It's very foundation (the family) is crumbling.
Bart

East Hanover, NJ

#14 Jul 27, 2007
Marsy wrote:
Just plain idiotic. The Simpsons are a sad depiction of the American family. Makes me wonder what other countries think of America...
Marsy, you really need to rinse that sand out of your vagina.

Since: Feb 07

Brentwood, NY

#15 Jul 28, 2007
Marsy wrote:
Just plain idiotic. The Simpsons are a sad depiction of the American family. Makes me wonder what other countries think of America...
The show is hugely popular overseas as well so if your point is that it's popularity bodes poorly on the society that embraces it I'd think twice about bemoaning what "other countries" think of America.
Miley

Switzerland

#16 Jul 28, 2007
Ever since I watched The Simpsons, I always say "D'oh!" whenever I'm wrong or annoyed. Even though I'm more like Lisa.
Corinne: The movie wasn't bad at all. If you want the spoiler go to Wikipdia The Simpsons Movie.
Marsy: It's okay if you don't like The Simpsons. It's your opinion.
Bart: Let Marsy be herself.
And just so you know, I do like The Simpsons. My family is a like them except there's no Maggie, Santa's Little Helper or Snowball.
Marsy

Yorktown Heights, NY

#17 Jul 28, 2007
Bart wrote:
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Marsy, you really need to rinse that sand out of your vagina.
This kind of reply brings to light exactly what I am trying to say. There are no gentlemen anymore, and true ladies are even harder to find. You, Bart, are no gentlemen and I am ashamed to call you a fellow American.

Since: Jun 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#18 Jul 28, 2007
lighten up marsy, it was a funny line
Larry

Wurenlos, Switzerland

#19 Jul 28, 2007
Best scene was when the bar patrons at Moe's ran to the church at exactly the same time that the churchgoers ran to Moe's bar.

By the way, the film was released two days earlier in Switzerland (July 25) than it was in the US (July 27).

Can only conclude that Switzerland has a higher priority.

Question: What was Otto saying when he was using the bong near the end of the movie? The moviegoers were laughing too much to hear what he said.

Since: Feb 07

Brentwood, NY

#20 Jul 28, 2007
Marsy wrote:
<quoted text>There are no gentlemen anymore, and true ladies are even harder to find.
Blame the feminists, not The Simpsons.

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