A team of intergalactic warriors fights to protect the universe, but the combination of three highly trained beings and one quirky young boy leaves the team struggling to overcome the dangerous scenarios that are put in front of them.
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ZIM discovers his almighty leaders never had any intention of coming to Earth and he loses confidence in himself for the first time in his life, which is the big break his human nemesis, Dib has been waiting for.
Intergalactic warrior Star Butterfly arrives on Earth to live with the Diaz family. She continues to battle villains throughout the universe and high school, mainly to protect her extremely powerful wand, an object that still confuses her.
An alien named Zim from the planet Irk is sent on a secret mission to conquer Earth, not realising that his leaders were just trying to get rid of him and hoped that he would die. Once there, Zim manages to disguise himself as a human child, but one boy named Dib sees through his disguise.
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I've heard good things about this popular cartoon show about Steven Universe (voiced by Zach Callison), a half-alien boy, and his jewel-themedalien friends, but I haven't had the time to see it. A movie, however, I have time for. For someone jumping in, I was pretty entertained.
This movie does a really good job of setting up the plot and basic characters, the main ones anyway. This film has a robust group of supporting characters from the show, but I didn't feel that they were too much of an issue. I mean, I don't think anyone's opinion of the Popeye movie was really affected by whether or not they knew who Wimpy was.
The STeven Universe movie has a very unique narrative tone, something I've never quite seen before. There are moments where the style of dialoque doesn't quite work for me. (It feels more like the creator's choice than the audience age). But overall, I found this to be a pretty good script. The film like the show from what I understand is really big on acceptance and personal individuality, and it does an excellent job. This is a surprisingly strong character piece for a children's film; the main cast have a lot going on emotionally. The movie's villain Spinel (Sarah Stiles) is well-utilized and developed for a character created specifically for this work without any other setup. She really helps make the movie, and her backstory is movingly tragic.
For a made-for-television budget, this is animated surprisingly well. The whole thing looks so good and colorful with fluid action scenes. I love the opening credits. Again Spinel stands out as she is designed and moves like a '30's cartoon character and fights in a fast, rubbery fashion.
This is also a musical. Like the rest of the elements of film, the songs are also really unique. It helps that all the voice actors have great singing voices.
For a person who doesn't watch SU, I got into this fairly easily and had a surprisingly good time.
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