Everyone’s favorite rascals, the Aqua Teens, and everyone’s favorite perverted neighbor, Carl, split up then get back together to fight everyone’s favorite corporate overlord, Amazin, led by everyone’s favorite tech mogul, Neil, and his trusty scientist sidekick, Elmer.
Uploaded by: FREEMAN November 17, 2022 at 01:37 AM
Aqua Teen is back....sorta. They've had their differences, but it takes an egocentric shipping conglomerate named "Amazin'" (yeah, we all see what you did there) to help the Teens get past their petty differences, and work together to somehow, maybe, save the world, I dunno...
You still get the regular ATHF humor, the totally random encounters, and Shake being Shake. It feels a bit different, being a movie, but it's a lot like the classic episodes, and any fan shouldn't be disappointed. All the main characters are there, and some new ones are introduced. Some people complain about the animation, I for one see no problem with it. It's the same show just with a teensy bit more budget.
It really feels like a slightly-above average ATHF episode. It's got some memorable lines, and I think fans should be lucky we even got this movie, considering. Literally the next best thing to a Metalocalypse movie (or show continuation) is another Aqua Teen Hunger Force season. We didn't get that, but we did get another movie which is the THIRD best thing we can get from the offspring of Adult Swim (and Bento Box and Williams Street productions). And it came out of nowhere, so my fellow fans, let's consider ourselves lucky, because this film isn't some stupid cash-grab, desperate movie for attention. It's got actual ATHF soul.
Reviewed by seblivingston3 / 10
Really Missed An Opportunity Here
As an Aqua Teen Fan from season 1 all those years ago during college, the nostalgia making me a lifelong fan, I was super disappointed in this film. It felt like an extended episode and not a good one at that. Felt disconnected.
Think about what Family Guy did with their Star Wars parodies, that's great storytelling. Let's be honest the last ATHF movie wasn't the best either. If they do another film I hope they push the envelope, do something really of the box, you're ATHF for crying out loud!
I did like the Neil character, but cannot say the same for others. They felt uninteresting. Not sure if anyone noticed but the guy who does Carl's/meatwad's voice seemed to have some sinus issues going on for some of the voice work. Sounded stuffed up slash nasaly.
I have faith before it's over ATHF will not let me down, you got this!
Reviewed by gurlerilgaz6 / 10
Too linear and tame for an Aqua Teen movie, but still worth watching if you're a fan of the series
I'll start by bringing up the failure that was the trailers and the promotional material. Half of everything that was in the movie was also in the trailers, so much so that the "twist villain" was basically revealed the first time you saw the damn guy.
Other than that the movie itself didn't have the feel of neither the first movie nor the series as a whole. And maybe they just didn't want to make just a longer episode of Aqua Teens. Still, it didn't have the out of the blue nonsense that made the show so great barring the Mooninites and the ending, which was pretty good all things considered.
Another thing that bugged me was how light the cast felt. Just the regular trio, Carl, Mooninites, and the two new antagonists. I feel like the movie could have used more scenes with other characters from the Athf pantheon just to cut up the structure.
Overall, it's good to know that there is going to be more Athf content in the future, and hopefully what we'll have next is better than this movie which felt more like a proper movie than an Aqua Teen movie.