The Simpsons Movie

After Homer accidentally pollutes the town’s water supply, Springfield is encased in a gigantic dome by the EPA and the Simpsons are declared fugitives.

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Film Cast:

  • Homer Simpson / Itchy / Barney / Abe Simpson / Stage Manager / Krusty the Clown / Mayor Quimby / Mayor’s Aide / Multi-Eyed Squirrel / Panicky Man / Sideshow Mel / Mr. Teeny / EPA Official / Kissing Cop / Bear / Boy on Phone / NSA Worker / Officer / Santa’s Little Helper / Squeaky-Voiced Teen (voice): Dan Castellaneta
  • Marge Simpson / Selma / Patty (voice): Julie Kavner
  • Bart Simpson / Maggie Simpson / Ralph / Nelson / Todd Flanders / TV Daughter / Woman on Phone (voice): Nancy Cartwright
  • Lisa Simpson (voice): Yeardley Smith
  • Professor Frink / Comic Book Guy / Moe / Chief Wiggum / Lou / Carl / Cletus / Bumblebee Man / Male EPA Worker / Dome Depot Announcer / Kissing Cop / Carnival Barker / Counter Man / Apu / Drederick Tatum / Sea Captain / EPA Passenger / Robot / Dr. Nick / Wise Guy (voice): Hank Azaria
  • Scratchy / Mr. Burns / Rev. Lovejoy / Ned Flanders / Lenny / Skull / President Arnold Schwarzenegger / Kent Brockman / Principal Skinner / Dr. Hibbert / Smithers / Toll Booth Man / Guard / Otto / Kang (voice): Harry Shearer
  • Milhouse Van Houten / Jimbo Jones / Rod Flanders (voice): Pamela Hayden
  • Sweet Old Lady / Colin / Mrs. Skinner / Nelson’s Mother / Pig / Cat Lady / Female EPA Worker / G.P.S. Woman / Cookie Kwan / Lindsey Naegle / TV Son / Medicine Woman / Girl on Phone (voice): Tress MacNeille
  • Russ Cargill (voice): Albert Brooks
  • Mrs. Krabappel (voice): Marcia Wallace
  • Fat Tony (voice): Joe Mantegna
  • Himself (voice): Tom Hanks
  • Himself (voice): Billie Joe Armstrong
  • Himself (voice): Mike Dirnt
  • Himself (voice): Tre Cool
  • Martin (voice): Russi Taylor
  • Man / EPA Driver (voice): Karl Wiedergott
  • Helen Lovejoy (voice): Maggie Roswell
  • TV Dad (voice): Philip Rosenthal

Film Crew:

  • Director: David Silverman
  • Producer: Matt Groening
  • Producer: James L. Brooks
  • Screenplay: Sam Simon
  • Original Music Composer: Hans Zimmer
  • Editor: John Carnochan
  • Screenplay: Jon Vitti
  • Animation: John Pomeroy
  • Producer: Richard Sakai
  • Screenplay: David Mirkin
  • Screenplay: Mike Reiss
  • Producer: Al Jean
  • Screenplay: George Meyer
  • Producer: Mike Scully
  • Screenplay: Ian Maxtone-Graham
  • Screenplay: Matt Selman
  • Producer: Jay Kleckner
  • Screenplay: John Swartzwelder
  • Art Direction: Dima Malanitchev
  • Producer: Peter Gave
  • Producer: Amanda Moshay
  • Producer: Felicia Nalivansky
  • Producer: Matt Orefice
  • Executive Producer: Nikki Vanzo
  • Producer: Claudia Katz
  • Animation Director: Gary McCarver
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Gwendolyn Yates Whittle
  • Co-Producer: Craig Sost
  • Supervising Music Editor: Daniel Pinder
  • Post Production Supervisor: Jeannine Berger
  • Assistant Director: Matthew Schofield
  • Animation: Caroline Cruikshank
  • Animation: Anthony DeRosa
  • Animation: Silvia Pompei
  • Layout: Ivaylo Anguelov
  • Layout: Rufino Camacho
  • Layout: Roberto Casale
  • Layout: Jeff Johnson
  • Layout: Jay Jackson
  • Layout: Eric Koenig
  • Layout: Andre Medina
  • Layout: Jennifer Moeller
  • Layout: J.C. Wegman
  • Compositors: Dennis Bonnell
  • Compositors: Brendan Harris
  • Compositors: Louie C. Jhocson
  • Compositors: Miae Kim
  • Compositors: Rick Moser
  • Compositors: Edwin Shortess
  • Compositors: Doug Tiano
  • Layout: Manny DeGuzman
  • Compositors: Darrin Drew
  • Compositors: Beth S. Morris
  • Compositors: Colin Sittig
  • Layout: Richard Manginsay
  • Layout: Frans Vischer
  • Animation: Sun Jae Lee
  • Editorial Services: Roger Injarusorn
  • Layout: Eddie Rosas
  • Layout: Nate Lowe
  • Layout: Juan ‘Jo’ Luna
  • Compositors: Bingo Ferguson

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: I’ve never been particularly invested in _The Simpsons_. This movie didn’t turn me around on that. I could stand watching it, Hell, this was actually the **second** time I’ve seen it, but I assure you, it was not for my own enjoyment I did so.

    _Final rating:★★ – Definitely not for me, but I sort of get the appeal._

  • Kamurai: Forgive this forward, but I literally watched all 31 seasons because I was sick and have never understood what the fuss was about the Simpsons.

    I really have to conclude that the appeal of the Simpsons was a simple lack of options when it first came out, and then it just grew in power by simply existing for so long.

    For this movie:
    Uninspired watch, probably won’t watch again, and can’t recommend, unless you’re already a Simpsons fan.

    It’s really just a lot of the Simpsons being Simpsons, but that also means that the overall story writing is actually pretty good, even if the character writing is rather repetitive.

    I did enjoy the introduction of Ploppers, Spider-Pig, but it doesn’t really even out everything else.

    The big adversity is an “under the dome” scenario, which is actually interesting enough to explore, but because it’s the Simpsons, we know that nothing ultimately interesting is going to happen, and that everything is going to resolve like its TV counterpart. Now, that said, the TV show does drop unexpected, unexplainable shifts, like the death of characters. I don’t think Fox was brave enough to put such a thing in the movie, which would have completely changed the gravity of the movie.

    It’s fine, it’s well produced, it’s just not very interesting, and I don’t think I’d ever watch it again unless I was binging the Simpsons again, and wanted to watch it in order.

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