Hey folks, Valkor here. When "Drawn Together" first aired on Comedy Central, I was totally into it; I mean a faux reality show that makes fun of other reality shows (namely "The Real World")… yea, I'm sold. The show went on and on for a few seasons and I laughed and laughed until the show was canceled. Lots of critics slapped a lot of hate on the show, namely because it didn't have much of a point and each show ended too abruptly. Well the show with no point is back, not as a TV series but as a Direct to Video film. And the show without a point is now a film without a point and the creators make sure to let you know it. I give you "The Drawn Together movie – The Movie"
The Drawn Together Film follows our animated reality TV stars Foxxy (Cree Summers), Toot (Tara Strong), Xandir (Jack Plotknick), Ling-Ling (Abbey McBride), Wooldoor (James Arnold Taylor), Captain Hero (Jess Harnell), and Spanky (Adam Carolla) as they discover that the "Drawn Together" show was canceled long ago, and it's only through Foxy spoutin expletives and Wooldoor whippin it out does the gang make the discovery. Turns out the head honcho of the network wanted the Jew producer to cancel the show completely some time ago, but because Jew Producer cares about the group so much he just couldn't pull it off. The DT gang also discovers that their show was replaced by another show, very South Park-esque, called "Suck My Taint" starring the "Suck My Taint" Girl. Since the Jew Producer didn't get rid of Drawn Together, the big boss sends in I.S.R.A.E.L. (Seth MacFarlane) to finish the job and it's her job to wipe the gang out completely. The gang must now come together to avoid not only being wiped out but to also, somehow, someway get their show back on the air. Highlights include:
Toot's pregnant by Barney Rubble, though we don't see the conception, there's plenty of implication that it's him from the film's opening, which takes place in Bedrock and Toots spitting out Bam-Bam from her vag.
The gang makes the discovery that they aren't real but knock-offs of the real deal, such as Clara not being a Disney Princess, Foxxy not being one of the Josie and the Pussycats, and Ling-Ling isn't really Pikachu.
Captain Hero takes his love of dead bodies to a whole new level.
And Xandir is completely jealous of Hero's new relationship that he'll do anything to get him back.
The gang uses a DVD Commentary to get out of a precarious sitiation.
The gang discovers that "Drawn Together" was cancelled mainly because they never made a point and so they make a point to get a point by going to "Make A Point Land". (I'm not kidding).
Actually that's about the entire film I mentioned right there. Oh yea there's more I'm not mentioning but the "point" is; is the film worth getting into?
I'd say that's an emphatic yes! If you were ever a fan of the series then you DEFINITELY gotta check this film out! I'm a fan and I found the film to be hilarious plus it completes the series. On top of that no bleeps and no black bars, it's in your face, hold your sides, comedy. Much love goes out to Cree Summers who not only wins big as Foxxy, but serves up the laughs double as the "Suck My Taint" girl, which is complete with a gospel beat. I was floored! Oh and Foxxy "puts em on the glass" for the audience. I loves me some Cree! Of course I can't complain about the rest of the cast as everyone does a banged up job (It's just Cree stands out and you'll be singing the "Suck My Taint" song for days). The animation is also a step up from the show, with a sharper image, brighter, bolder colors, with some additional frames to the animation. It's not High-quality stuff, but much better than what was done on the TV show.
Not enough Ling-Ling.
Wooldoor whippin it out.
The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie makes to a great end to a great series; it's hilarious, it's a lot of fun, and it's freakin hilarious! (yes I said hilarious twice). I do hope the DVD sells well so that another film is made. We may not get another season, but another DVD? I'm all over it! So out of TOV 5 stars, I give The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie 4.5 stars and it's been Valkor tested and TOV Approved!