The SpongeBob Squarpants Movie - DVD on 3/15/05

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  1. Patrick Mirza

    Patrick Mirza Supporting Actor

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    The SpongeBob Squarpants Movie is due on March 15th 2005.

    No specs yet, just a date.
     
  2. Bradley-E

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    Hooray!!!
     
  3. ChrisBEA

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    Uh, are they laughing at us? [​IMG]

    This was my first experience with the one called Squarepants. I very much enjoyed it....:b
     
  4. Jim Barg

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    Just saw this on Saturday. After seeing perhaps five episodes, I was not prepared for the insanity to follow.

    The pirates. Hasselhoff. SpongeBob doing his best Dee Snider impression.


    It was hysterical. I think this might be a first-day pickup. Especially if there's a SpongeBob/Patrick commentary.
     
  5. AnthonyC

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    I just hope a widescreen version is available...I hope they don't pull a Matilda and only make it available in foolscreen.
     
  6. Jim Barg

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    Well, it's Paramount, so if nothing else, we'll get a widescreen version.
     
  7. Andrew Radke

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    brilliant! hopefully they'll spread the extras across the demographic (not just a bunch of kid-fare like with other cartoons). The commentaries on the season set were fairly interesting, it'd be great to hear from the creators on their feature length endeavor.
     
  9. Robert Ringwald

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    Honestly, I loved this movie, but wouldn't purchase the DVD. I mean, part of what I enjoyed about it was that it was so bizarre and random, and I think seeing it a bunch of times... I'd expect what was coming next... which almost hurts what I liked about it.

    I think sitting in the theater throwing my hands in the air screaming "What the heck!?" was so much fun... I don't know if it would work on repeat viewings.
     

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