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Futurama: Bender's Game (2008)

Not Rated | | Animation, Action, Adventure | Video 4 November 2008
The Planet Express crew get trapped in a fantasy world.

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The Planet Express crew get trapped in a fantasy world.

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During the opening credits, the (only) yellow alien language sign reads "TASTY HUMAN BURGERS". See more »

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In Bender's Game, dark matter is all done in the form of round pellets, and all of it is mined from Alaska (Mombil has a monopoly on it). In a previous episode _"Futurama" The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz (2001)_, there is liquid dark matter from Columbia. However, all the dark matter is in the form of round pellets (considering where it came from), so it would make a lot of sense if Columbia was the place the dark matter pellets went to be liquefied, not where it was mined. See more »

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Turanga Leela: You're making fun of our ship? Your ship's the most beat-up thing I've ever seen - and I've seen Mickey Rourke's head!
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After the end credits, the film is dedicated to Dungeons and Dragons creator Gary Gygax, who died during production. After this, a clip of him from his guest appearance in the second season episode "Anthology of Intrest I" appears with Gygax saying, "Who wants to play Dungeons and Dragons for the next Quadrillion years?" See more »

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References Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) See more »

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The second best Futurama film so far.
4 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bender's Big Score still remains the best of the series, displaying all of the emotion, intelligence, romance, and fun of the rest of the series into one feature film. However, whereas I was disappointed with Beast With a Billion Backs (which was the perfect demonstration of why Futurama is at its best not when it's funny, but when it tells a good story like it did in BBS), I was very impressed with Bender's Game. It missed out on the emotion of the first film by a mile, which is why it's not nearly on the same level, but it is still a marvelous love-letter to the fantasy genre and role playing games. Very funny and very entertaining, with Amy on Leela action that will have the fans salivating while they role their 12-sided die, Bender's Game is not quite the impressive feat that the first film was, but is a return to form after the disappointment of BWBB. Let's hope the final film tops them all.


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