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Drawn Together Movie: The Movie [DVD] [2010] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Adam Carolla , Jess Harnell , Greg Franklin    DVD
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Product details

  • Actors: Adam Carolla, Jess Harnell, Seth MacFarlane, Abbey McBride, Jack Plotnick
  • Directors: Greg Franklin
  • Writers: Dave Jeser, Matthew Silverstein
  • Producers: Andy Fiedler, Brendan Burch, Dara Frank, Dave Derrick, Dave Jeser
  • Format: AC-3, Animated, Colour, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: 20 April 2010
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00363WGB4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,903 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Drawn Together TV Series was cancelled after three series, this feature length film continues the level of animation and humour and gets the characters to face the fact that their show has been axed.

The film contains parodies of regular cartoons as you'd expect from Drawn Together, and indeed starts in Flintstones-esque surroundings - complete with Barney Rubble getting (quite literally) ran over as Foxxy Love and Toot escape from the mysterious force of "Israel" - the evil robot which is attempting to erase them all for being too crude and offensive. After erasing the drawn together house the `toons are forced to go on the run, during their journey they come to realise that they are all knock-off fakes of actual proper cartoon characters created purely for the sake of Drawn Together. In order to stay alive they decide they must try to get back on TV and become un'cancelled.

Their adventure feels like a stretched out episode and although it is always entertaining, it's never particularly gripping. There are some funny moments but there are more instances of crudeness with no punchline for reward. Though there is also a spattering of high-brow humour thrown in amongst all the cock and poo jokes ("Israel forceably removed me from the only home I've ever known"). There are parodies of well known familiar series such as Road Runner, the Smurfs, and the Disney Princess genre of films - and all are animated in the style they are spoofing. Seeing a mash of art styles has always been part of the charm of Drawn Together and it works here too.

In a nutshell: The Drawn Together bunch are uncensored and able to say whatever they want and even make up new swearwords from existing ones.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Final Drawn Together anything 20 Jun 2010
I was a big fan of Drawn together the series. Yes its offensive and its jokes are shocking as well as funny, poking fun at just about everything. So naturally i was pretty excited when this movie came out straight to DVD.

The movie plot revolves around the Drawn Together gang realizing that they have been cancelled and trying to come to terms with their demise as well as trying to get themselves back on the air.

The movie starts out well enough with a Flintstones style beginning with a twist of course. However as the movie progresses its turns into more of a Seth MacFarlane (who is in the movie) short film. If you have seen Seth MacFarlane's short films you'd know its not funny, more disgusting than funny.

Unfortunately the movie follows that plot, there are a lot of gross stuff, but no joke to follow. For example a monster that eats its own poo.

Yes the show was known for such styles of crude humor, but it was funny. This seemed more like an episode with the jokes spread out across the 70 or so minutes. So by the end of it you arent really laughing, smiling at best.

DVD extras including things like deleted scenes and the producers talking about how they used a different animation style (used Flash instead of hand drawn pictures or something), but nothing special really.

Compared to other direct to dvd movies from Futurama, Tripping the Rift etc, this is by far the worst one.

Its a sad ending to the series which i highly doubt will ever be back and this movie solidifies that view.

Is it worth buying? well if you have the whole series on DVD then you might as well add it to you're collection, otherwise just rent it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Funny and i loved it 15 Jun 2012
I found this film hilarious, it was just too short for a film wish it were longer but i understood what the film was making, Making a point that the show doesent make any points and i found that nice. Yes the jokes are predictable buti still find them funny. This show went further than any other show i know and i guess that was just too much for some people shame but great film.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Dissapointing 2 Jan 2011
i was given this as a xmas present from a friend and i am so upset about it. i am a huge drawn together fan and this isnt drawn together.
ok drawn together was racist, homophobic and abbusive but that was the shows nature but this wasnt... anything. considering the show genrally mocked everything this... well this couldnt mock nothing, it didnt make me laugh ONCE. its like some desperate attempt to make money or somthing but it ended such a great show in one bad way. basically the movie is a robot chasing down the DT gang trying to "erase" them from existance as they r cancelled and them tv producer hates them (wont ruin a boring spoiler) it was short for a movie but i advise against wasnting money on this. i would never buy it and i was a DT fan with all episodes on dvd
complete waste of money
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27 of 35 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars What Happened? 29 April 2010
By Jorr3d - Published on
I'm a big fan of the Drawn Together series. I own all three dvd seasons as well. So when I heard there was a movie coming out I was stoked. I'm very sad to say though that the movie is just completely terrible. My wife and I both hated it. To make matters worse they had to change their animation for budget reasons so the movie looks like a glorified internet flash cartoon. That might not bother some,and I know that was the best they could do, but it bugged me the whole way through.

Lastly...I figured that if the story wasn't that great there would at least be great jokes throughout that saved the film. Well there wasn't. I actually didn't laugh much at anything. Somehow it even managed to not be funny. After it was over we were both literally depressed at how bad it was.

That's just our opinion though. Hopefully there's more people that like it. Once more I loved the series. Literally every episode was great. But...I don't know what happened to the movie...
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Average at best 20 May 2010
By Stian Granbakken Hauklien - Published on
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I was a fan of the series, and I actually was a little disappointed when it was taken of the air.

It's a okay movie and nothing more, if you have seen drawn together you know what you're getting (extremely offensive and disturbing entertainment.) And I'm fine with that, the problem was that the jokes wasn't that funny, and nothing really happens. Overall a mediocre movie.

If you're not a fan I'd stay away, If you however are a fan with money to burn,
you could do a lot worse than purchasing this movie.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Mostly Pointless Raunch 3 Oct 2010
By Sir Charles Panther - Published on
It's the Drawn Together TV show, with detailed male genitalia, curiously undetailed female external reproductive apparatuses, some mildly entertaining profanity, and a lot of excrement. Then it's over.

I was reminded of two separate animation features as I watched this thing.

The first was that screamingly bad Seth McFarlane junk Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy (Drawn is better, but not by much). My association between these two features was induced fecally, as both this movie and Cavalcade were absolutely fascinated with excrement. I'm not sure if animators are just way anal-retentive, or that maybe in animation classes they're constantly admonished, "You can never, ever, at all, ever, and I mean not ever, put poop in cartoons." And so these guys, when they get the chance to cut loose really go for the doody jokes, graphically, unpleasantly, and in both the case of this movie and McFarlane's flop, unfunnily.

The other film that came to mind was Ralph Bakshi's classic Fritz the Cat. This groundbreaker came out nearly 40 years ago, and this Drawn Together movie basically covered an awful lot of what Bakshi did. Yeah, this film wasn't saddled with Frit's X rating, but in terms of cartoon nudity and interactive sexual contact--where does the MPAA come down on this, exactly?--this movie is not offering anything that much wilder or wacky. There's one pseudo-lady three-way in a Bedrock dive (of which you get a tad more in the special features), which is pretty raunchy, but that's about it. And some creative penis sight gags starring some of your favorite `toon and comics heroes.

As for having a point, the one barely intellectual aspect of this movie is that they cop to the TV show being cancelled because they were just raunchy, whereas South Park continues to succeed because it is raunchy, but also delivers a social/political/ethical/philosophical point (which the Drawn characters dismiss as preachy and indulgent). There are some great shots at South Park, both in this film's art and narrative, which one could take either as jealous backbiting or respectful emulation. I have to agree with the premise, though: pure raunch can be funny (think Jackass), but if you're delivering a backhanded compliment or stinging criticism on a hot issue with your wacky little `toons showing their special areas or spewing profanity and bodily excretions, that's a more interesting, better product.

The special features are relatively good, with quite a few of them. The deleted scenes aren't really deleted scenes in that they're small bits excised from scenes in the movie. They're only an additional 10-20 seconds of content inexplicably pulled from the scenes of the movie. Who knows why these bits--which are not that bad, and certainly in keeping with the overall intentional bad taste of the product--would have been pulled. Did the producer really have a long, thoughtful conversation about pace, running time, narrative continuity, or over-the-top content with his director and artists? Really?

Bottom line: if you liked the TV show, you'll like this. The bigoted, foul-mouthed, horny, filthy, perverted, vicious and otherwise idiotic crew are free to be who they always were. I don't see a sequel, though.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A more fitting send-off 22 April 2010
By N. Durham - Published on
Though it managed to last (somewhat surprisingly) for three seasons on Comedy Central, Drawn Together eventually ended up getting the axe, almost unceremoniously. Now, we have The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie, which is by and far a more fitting send-off for the rip-off reality TV characters, and those behind it take full advantage of being a straight-to-DVD release with no need of a censor. Captain Hero, Foxxy, Clara, Toot, Xandir, Spanky Ham, Ling Ling, and Wooldor are all here and are up to disgusting and vile hijinks and hilarity as they go on the run after being cancelled, with the murderous robot I.S.R.A.E.L. (voiced by Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane) in hot pursuit. There's jaw-dropping gross-outs, 3-D sex scenes, and some hilarious sing-along lyrics to boot. Like the show before it, The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie is definitely not for everyone, but if you were a fan of the show, you already know that you need to pick this up.
11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A near failure 9 May 2010
By AV IV - Published on
There really isn't much there can be said for this movie. The story begins with Foxxy going to solve a mystery about why they can suddenly say the F word and other words normally censored by the network so it can be shown on television. The problem stems from the fact that anyone who owns the DVD's of any of the seasons views everything uncensored, so the point is actually pretty lame. From then on the jokes barely got even a laugh out of me because we have either seen them before or it simply wasn't funny. Seriously, a giant robot out to kill the Drawn Together gang and an evil villain representing a cheap knock off of Two Face from Batman attempting to erase them for being offensive. Then Captain Hero spends almost the whole movie carrying around a dead corpse of a woman that he keeps defiling and having sex with. This joke, because the lines are pretty much all the same and continues relentlessly all the way into the end of the movie, just gets so old so fast and almost made me shut it off several times.

In the end, I guess this is what can be expected when someone attempts to make Drawn Together act cohesively for longer than should ever be done; twenty-two minute episodes. The series apart from the movie was far more sophisticated and had a humor about it that was unmatched with any show that I ever watched. But this movie was nothing more than a pile of dung consistently talking about how the show was ever only offensive and never had a point or had any social commentary at all in it. The problem with that idea is that Drawn together did have social commentary attached to it in several episodes and was able to make me laugh all the time.

I would argue then that this movie is nothing more than a waste of your time and money and if you are still in the process of considering buying it I recommend that you read my review and consider it very carefully. I grade this F for total failure.
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