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Futurama: Bender's Big Score (2007)

Not Rated | | Animation, Comedy, Romance | Video 27 November 2007
Planet Express sees a hostile takeover and Bender falls into the hands of criminals where he is used to fulfill their schemes.

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Planet Express sees a hostile takeover and Bender falls into the hands of criminals where he is used to fulfill their schemes.

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This marks the third time Nibbler is shown to be an intelligent creature, with the first two times being in the battle against the "Brainspawn." See more »

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In the scene with Amy, Nibbler, Leela and the nudist alien scammers at the Nude Beach Planet, Amy is accidentally drawn with a third arm. See more »

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[Nibbler finishes removing the timecode from Fry's butt with a laser]
Nibbler: Finished. I've managed to save the universe and forty percent of your rectum.
[everyone cheers]
Bubblegum Tate: That's all you need.
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References Futurama: Fry and the Slurm Factory (1999) See more »

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Going to War
Music and Lyrics by Ken Keeler
Performed by John DiMaggio, Coolio, Mark Hamill, Billy West,
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Bender Scores Big.
28 November 2007 | by (the great north) – See all my reviews

The first of four Futrama DVDs gets a lot of things right. First of all it remembers why people liked the show in the first place from the oddball space aliens to the shipping romance (kind of an awesome pun for a show about international delivery agents) to the geektastic sci-fi humor and low brow slapstick. It's got everything, again. Only problem is, it's just not up to the series' admittedly high standards. It certainly hits more than misses though and repeat viewings reward with humour you may have missed or not fully been prepared for the first time around.

The plot is hilariously complicated featuring Nudist Spamming Alien Invaders, Time Travel Hijinx and the convoluted relationships between stupid men and the women they love.

Though the box features Bender prominently- our favorite Bending Latino Hearthrob plays second fiddle to a Fry/Leela romance love triangle that comes to a satisfying conclusion. There are so many returning characters from the series' run that very few of them have time to get comfortable before they are whisked away and only a handful have time to actually be funny (though far too many of them bomb) Its actually the little moments that get the biggest laughs.

It's good to have the crew of Planet Express back, even if our second date wasn't quite as hot as our first one.


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