Bob’s Burgers movie screened, find out what people are saying about the animated musical


It was in the innocent days of 2017 when 20th Century Fox first announced that a film adaptation of the popular animated sitcom Bob’s Burgers was in development. Originally slated for release in 2020, the the film saw several delays which postponed its release for two years. However, now is the time to rejoice, Belcher fans, because the movie is finally upon us. Bob’s Burger movie information — a musical — is set to hit theaters on May 27, and early reactions from early screenings are in. What’s the social media reaction to the long-awaited film?

H. Jon Benjamin voices the titular Bob, just like in the ongoing Fox animated series, and the rest of the Belcher family actors have also joined the film – John Roberts, Kristen Schaal, Eugene Mirman and Dan Mintz – and there’s a heap of the actors we hope will make an appearance. The trailer shows Bob at his most unhinged, as burger restaurateurs attempt to save the family business, as a sinkhole forms in front, blocking the entrance. Let’s see if the first reactions will encourage us to release our buns in theaters.

CinemaBlend specific Eric Eisenberg tweets that fans of the series will love the film, which plays out much like a feature film:

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Film critic Rendy Jones says the film is “pretty hilarious” but is a bit disappointed Bob’s Burgers movie information doesn’t commit to the musical aspect, and this movie buff says there are pacing issues:

See more appreciates the mystery the Belcher kids get into in an attempt to save the restaurant. The film should also appeal to fans and newcomers to the franchise:

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It seems generally accepted that fans of the Fox animated series will enjoy seeing the Belchers in feature film format, but Review by Rachel tweets that this movie landed, even as someone who never got to get into the show:

The Bob’s Burgers Movie – I tried to get into this show and failed, but I’m surprised at how much I enjoyed this movie. It was funny, with a sweet family message. I loved the animation and the songs were great bops. I had a much better time than expected

Bleeding Cool’s Kaitlyn Booth, however, doesn’t think Bob’s Burgers movie information will be strong enough to convert many non-fans like the one above, as it looks like the same show, just longer and on a bigger screen:

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Ruben Baron agrees with others’ assessment that there isn’t enough music, but seems pleasantly surprised by the mystery aspect. Which is probably not surprising Bob’s Burgers fans is that positive things are being said about Louise:

I had no idea #TheBobsBurgersMovie was going to be a mystery! Lots of fun for fans of the series. Louise gets the best character arc. My only disappointment: not enough songs (the three singing and dancing scenes are too big to be just occasional singing, not enough to be a full-fledged musical).

SlashFilm’s Matt Donato says the film reflects the show’s wholesomeness and family humor. Fans will be delighted and newcomers should feel welcome:

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Film critic Sean Boelman even goes so far as to say Bob’s Burgers movie information is his favorite animated film of the decade so far:

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We’ll have a better idea of ​​what to expect when the reviews from critics come out on May 23, but it seems like a safe bet if you’re already a Belcher stalwart.

Bob’s burger Film will premiere exclusively in theaters on Friday, May 27. While we wait (just a little longer) for its debut, go ahead and check out our 2022 Movie Release Schedule to see what other movies pique your interest for a future trip to the theatre.


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