The Spongebob Squarepants Movie

OOOHHH.....Who lives in a Pinneapple under the sea.....SPONGBOB SQUAREPANTS

The popular cartoon character, from Nickelodeon, finally makes his big screen debut. The film is based off the famous animated TV show, about a yellow sponge whom works as a fry cook at the Krusty Krab in Bikini Bottom, and it's also known for the famous Krabby Patty which is supposedly the most delectable dish in the sea. In the film, Plankton devises a scheme to steal the formula to make his own Krabby Patties and in the process get Mr. Krabs out of the picture. Therefore, Plankton steals King Neptune's crown and frames Mr. Krabs, so he would destroy Mr. Krabs while Plankton would steal the Krabby Patty formula and in the process, try to take over the world. However, SpongeBob and his friend Patrick, the starfish, volunteer to retrieve the crown and thwart Plankton's evil plan. I'll admit this film did have its moments, but I don't know if I would've seen it in theatres. The quality in animation isn't that great in comparison to other animated films, and the story does seem a bit sub par. However, if you're a SpongeBob fanatic, then this film doesn't disappoint. The film is funny as any true SpongeBob fan would expect with the campy humor and all. Overall, this isn't the best animated feature out there, but it's definitely worth seeing.

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