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  1. The “gratuitous nudity” scene really shocked me, but it worked. Guess the Simpsons are evolving. Eat my shorts, Family Guy and American Dad.

  2. I also haven’t seen the movie yet, but am definitely looking forward to it. Although it’s probably going to be a renter for me. My biggest concern was that it might end up being a bunch of gags rehashed from the series itself (like the Mr. Bean movies seem to be). From the sounds of it, however, they didn’t go that route, which is a really good thing.

    If you are interested in the location of Springfield, The Simpsons Archive has an interesting investigation brewin’–although, I don’t think they have included any evidence from the movie yet. (It looks like you can get your name on there if you contribute something πŸ™‚

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  4. I saw it a couple weeks ago and I haven’t laughed that much in a movie in a long time. Good stuff, glad you liked it

  5. Somehow Gratuitous nudity on the Simpsons is always quite funny and innocent.

    I’ve heard a few people recommend the film so will hopefully be checking it out soon.

  6. haha! that fertility symbol promo is hilarious. i’m a cartoon nut and a simpson’s fan from way back so i had to see it on the big screen. on the whole i thought it okay, but you know that line early in the movie where homer calls the audience suckers for paying for something they could see free on tv? i kinda felt like that.

    it was okaaayy … but i think 90 minutes might just be too much for groening to handle. i didn’t think it a triumph like the south park movie. but i enjoyed seeing all the characters, old and new, and i quite enjoyed the gratuitous nudity πŸ˜€

  7. I stopped watching the series around ’99, but will always be loyal to seasons 4-9, aka the Conan O’Brien / John Swartzwelder years (incidentally just read a hilarious book by Swartzwelder). I have to agree, the movie really surpassed all expectations and felt much more like something from the aforementioned golden period.

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