Perry's worst fear comes true when Phineas and Ferb finds out that he is in fact Secret Agent P, but that soon pales in comparison during a trip to the 2nd dimension where Perry finds out that Dr. Doofenshmirtz is truly evil and successful. Written by
Just after the movie titles, only writers and directors are shown. The rest of the crew including the voices are in the end. Just like the TV-Series. See more »
Platyborg has 2 metal hands until he punches Perry at the end, where his right hand is real. Then as he walks back through the portal, he has 2 real paws with metal braces. See more »
[after destroying a Normbot]
I can't stand these things!
Hey! It's Buford.
Who are you guys?
We're Candace's brothers. We're going to Isabella's.
Are you part of the Resistance?
I used to be in the Resistance, but I got so good at it that I started resisting them.
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I absolutely love this movie. Phineas and Ferb always reminded me of the Saturday morning cartoons of childhood past. The regular episodes are somewhat silly and hilarious, but this movie is a true summer blockbuster. It's full of well-done action sequences mixed with doses of good humor. The songs are great, ranging from hard rock to disco, compared to some of the ones in regular episodes, which seem forced at times. Plus, the plot isn't too complicated but not your average children's made-for-TV movie plot line. The pacing is a bit fast though, and comedic timing is lost through hurried lines and lack of pauses. The animation, although much better than normal TV episodes, is a bit sloppy at times, is at times sloppy. If you're a long-time or even a short-time fan of this series, the movie will make you laugh at references to previous episodes. In short, I absolutely love this movie. If it was released in theaters, with crisper animation and better comedic timing, it might be one of the best things Disney has released this decade.
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