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The Powerpuff Girls Movie (Full Screen)

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3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
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Powerpuff Girls: The Movie (DVD)

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The prologue to every Powerpuff Girls show explains how the perky threesome were created in Professor Utonium's lab--by a combination of sugar, spice, and everything nice, along with an accidental dash of Chemical X--but how is it that they started fighting crime? Why didn't they just take their superpowers to the playground and use them for fun? And what's behind evil monkey MoJo JoJo's never-ending quest for Powerpuff vengeance? All questions are answered in The Powerpuff Girls Movie, which details the creation of Blossom (the commander and leader), Bubbles (the joy and laughter), and Buttercup (the toughest fighter) in more depth than ever before, and the result is a speedy, fun joy ride through the girls' early days. At first, the girls are happy-go-lucky, fitting in nicely at Pokey Oaks kindergarten, until a game of tag gets riotously out of hand (destroying the city of Townsville in the process) and they're shunned by the town populace. Alone, they find their only ally in MoJo, a monkey with a peculiarly large brain and a sympathetic nature, but is MoJo really on their side? The 87-minute length doesn't offer the breakneck momentum that regular episodes do, but it's still riotously funny and filled with tons of Powerpuff fighting. Fans may miss the other super villains featured in the show (MoJo's the only bad guy in town, for now), but with the jokes and action coming fast, you'll be pleasantly enraptured by the perky threesome. (Ages 7 and up) --Mark Englehart

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5.0 out of 5 stars My favorite movie of all time March 17 2004
Format:DVD
Bottom line, this movie is awesome! I never even really watched the Powerpuff Girls until my sister bought me this movie as a joke for my 19th birthday (I'm a guy). Obviously I thought that this movie would be to "kid-ish" for me. How inconceivably wrong I was. I never imagined how great this movie would be. When we watched it, I couldn't stop laughing throughout the entire movie. Since then I have become a huge Powerpuff Girls fan, mainly because the series is so well done, and I've never seen violence and cuteness blend so well (I don't think I've ever even seen it attempted actually). I could go into depth of everything I loved about this movie and all the references it makes to pop-culture and such, but everyone before me has done that so I'll stick to the main points. First off, as you probably already know, the movie is a prequel to the series. It shows how the Powerpuff Girls were created, and how Mojo came to be their arch nemesis. The film is non-stop action and cuteness, a nice break from the mind-numbing lameness of most "superhero" movies. Although it is advertised as a "children's movie", I think this film is definitely entertaining to all ages, if not more so to teenagers and adults (my opinion). As I've said there is quite a bit of violence, but not anymore than the series. I think that if you let your kid watch the TV show, then this movie shouldn't be any worse. This however is only my opinion and that decision should be left to you. Another thing about this movie and the TV show as well....is that the soundtrack (the music in the background) is so perfectly orchestrated for every scene. It really makes every scene and action sequence so much more enjoyable. My only complaint is about the DVD and is of course the lack of widescreen, this is an action movie. Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It's OK May 11 2003
By WG
Format:DVD
If you are a fan of the PPG you will love this movie. I sometimes watch the TV Show and decided to see this movie. The movie is basically what happened in Townsville before the PPG and when the city was first learning to accept them. I would recomend this movie for people 12 and under. If you like the PPG TV Show you should deffinetly see this movie. It did not fall short of my expectations at all.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fighting Crime, Trying to Save the World Oct. 29 2003
Format:DVD
"This is the best gift ever." "Yes, it is."
I've never been a huge fan of The PowerPuff Girls. The show was always kind of hit and miss for me. But some of the episodes were truly brilliant, and when I heard that the movie was coming to theaters I was definitely interested. Maybe it was the trailer, maybe it was all the other movies that came out at the same time; or maybe I was just busy. But somehow or other I never got around to seeing this movie in theaters. For a long time now (ever since the DVD came out) I've wanted to give it a rent. I rented it a few weeks ago and bought it almost immediately afterward. I feel like I horribly cheated myself by missing this one in theaters. Many people who haven't seen this movie probably think what I first thought when I heard about the movie. "Probably largely more of the same." More cuteness, more simple yet stylish animation, and WAY more fight scenes, right? WRONG!
From the moment the movie starts, it's apparent that WAY more work went into this movie than into your average episode of the series. WAY better animation, WAY better music, WAY better dialog. TONS of character development. Dramatic camera angles. Yes, all the good things that make great anime, or great cartoons, or great movies, crammed into a little over an hour. If you've ever watched an episodes of Dexter's Lab or PowerPuff girls, you know what to expect. Parody of classic movies (in this case, especially planet of the apes), with cool zoom-out shots, ominous villain laughing and slick action sequences. And speaking of action...
"You're it!"
Does this movie have action? Yes it does. But not non-stop way-too much action.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tag! You're it! Oct. 9 2003
Format:DVD
The PowerPuff Girls movie goes beyond what any conventional animated cartoon's limits. The action, emotion, plot twists, over the top finale, everything is PowerPacked the PowerPuff Girl way.
Our story begins with the Girl's creation. After witnessing a supermarket holdup, Professor Utonium, decides to create perfect little girls, little does he know, his Chemical X, accidentally mixed in with his concoction of sugar, spice, and everything nice, results in the most powerful kindergarteners anywhere. Thus, the PowerPuff Girls were born! Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup.
Blossom, the intellectual, is the leader of her superhero trio. Brainy and sassy, she can outwit even the most enormous monster, or the most sinister villain, even Mojo Jojo!
Bubble is the cute and cuddly comic relief. Make no mistakes though, she may spend her off-time coloring and playing with her stuffed animals, but when the bad guys come around, Bubbles has proven time and time again that she's just as tough (and sometimes even tougher, than her sisters).
Buttercup (so named because it also begins with B) is the tough one. She's a miniature cartoon version of Joan Jett. She likes to fight bad guys, and doesn't take crap from anyone.
As our story continues, we meet the mayor, Miss Bellum, the kindergarten teacher, and of course the most evil presence to come along since Darth Vader, Mojo Jojo! He may be no taller than 2 feet (with a foot high brain!), but he is the essence of pure evil. Though he can never decide if he wants to rule the world or destroy it.
In this grand film of epic proportions, Mojo tricks the girls into building his secret laboratory. It is located conveniently in the center of Townsville on top of an active volcano.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love the TV Show and the Film
I used to watch this as a kid and now I watched PPG on Cartoon Network. I collected all the PPG DVDs from The Complete Series (Plus The PPG Rule! Read more
Published 23 months ago by MLP Tom
4.0 out of 5 stars Good movie, mistreated by WB
This is a good movie overall, however I don't know what Warner Bros. is attempting to do by not releasing a Widescreen version.
Published on July 4 2004 by Adam
4.0 out of 5 stars NO WIDESCREEN?!
I have to say that this movie is one of the best adaptations fromthe Television to the big screen.A great storyline including the creation of The Powerpuff Girls and their... Read more
Published on June 24 2004 by mikesncc1701
2.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful movie (butchered for the DVD)
If you like Powerpuff Girls you will love this movie. It's well written and nicely animated and is generally, well, a whole lot of fun.
However... Read more
Published on Feb. 9 2004 by Eddie Perkins
1.0 out of 5 stars What a Piece of You know What....?!
Critics and audiences alike largely ignored this short film based on the Cartoon network show. Why is because it had no story, terrible voice acting, and a music video song that... Read more
Published on Dec 1 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Top-notch contemporary animation
If you're a cartoon fan and have never watched the Powerpuff Girls then you're missing out! This movie is a treat and must-own for fans of the TV series, and an excellent intro... Read more
Published on Oct. 9 2003 by Jim Townsend
5.0 out of 5 stars 1 of da best movys 4 kidz and any PPG phan!
Eye can't believe dis movie failed at da box office. It's gr8. Although, they shoulda had a widescreen presentation on this dvd. Eye love it when dey r 1st cr8ed. Read more
Published on Sept. 16 2003 by I'm hungry. feed me
5.0 out of 5 stars A fantastic must-own for any Powerpuff Fan!!!
Perfect for Powerpuff fans... and everyone else. It has jokes similar to the show, has even better animation, and tons of extras that you gotta love! Read more
Published on Aug. 11 2003 by Kat
2.0 out of 5 stars The TV episodes are much better!
OK, the animation has been upgraded some. Fine. But then what? Why create a summary of what the PPG are all about, when there have been several seasons aired on TV already? Read more
Published on July 26 2003 by sdx
2.0 out of 5 stars Good, but it's really stupid!
The Powerpuff Girls is a stupid movie but is funny a few times.
I give it 2 stars.
Published on July 10 2003 by Chiedu Ufoegbune
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