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Daria - Is It Fall Yet?

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  • Actors: Rachel Anton, Brett Barsky, Corey Block, Cindy E. Brolsma, Joseph Buoye
  • Directors: Guy Moore, Karen Disher
  • Writers: Chris Marcil, Glenn Eichler, Peggy Nicoll, Sam Johnson, Susie Lewis
  • Producers: Abby Terkuhle
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: MTV
  • DVD Release Date: January 15, 2002
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005S6KA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,081 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Daria - Is It Fall Yet?" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Daria, best known as "Beavis and Butt-head's" only female friend, makes her first movie. An animated half-hour sitcom about th experiences of a teenage girl who's a little too smart and a little too funny to fit in. Featuring the voices of Foo Fighters'

Customer Reviews

She recognizes the idiocy of that time of everyone's life, but has no idea how to cope with it.
Another nice effect is in the dvd's Main Menu, with a scene taken from the opening of the `Daria' t.v. series.
Yvonne P. Joseph
I'm a huge fan of the Daria series, and the same goes for its two movies on DVD...Highly recommend it.

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By CreepyT on February 23, 2005
Format: DVD
I used to follow this show when I was in high school, and have since mourned the loss of the cable television with which to view the reruns. My craving for cynical humor having piqued, and there being few other outlets with which to quell this craving, I was compelled to buy the two available Daria DVD's.

This DVD plays out like one long (just over an hour) episode. Is it Fall Yet? tells a story of summer hiatus from the mundane pit otherwise known as school. However, is the summer break really much of a break from prosaic servitude? Quinn is getting help from a tutor in hopes of raising her college entrance exam scores, Kevin and Brittney are attempting to survive as pool lifeguards, Jane is attending an artists colony that might not be all it's cracked up to be, and Daria's mother signs her up for a stint at the OK-to-Cry Corral as a counselor. Furthermore, Daria is attempting to make sense of her relationship with Tom, her best friend Jane's ex-boyfriend (which is a conundrum in itself). However, all will wade through their various forays into humdrum subjugation and surface having learned valuable life-lessons.

In addition to the film, two bonus episodes are included. Fire! and Dye Dye My Darling both take place before the movie. In Fire!, Daria's father accidentally sets fire to their home, causing the Morgendorfers to temporarily move into a hotel while repairs are made. This is where the sparks begin to fly between Daria and Jane with regards to Tom. In Dye Dye My Darling, Daria is forced to help Jane recognize the tiger within by streaking her hair. When the dye job is somewhat less-than-successful, Jane views it as Daria's way of trying to break up Jane and Tom's relationship.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. C. Steuber on March 14, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
It's a bit of a paradox to think the station that brought us such tripe as The Real World and Tough Enough could have produced such a sharp, witty and well written show. The first movie "Is It Fall Yet?" is a magnificent turning point in the series as well as a stand-alone movie-length episode.
The movie centers on each of the characters' summer activities ranging from Quinn getting a tutor for the summer, Daria being forced into volunteering for a lame summer camp and Jane taking a two month stint at an artist's colony.
Even if you're not familiar with the characters, you'll be rolling at all the jokes and dry wit that Daria and Jane spout. What makes the movie a step up from the series is that several of the characters start to grow, especially Quinn. With a little help from her tutor she finds that she doesn't have to be as shallow or dumb as her fashion club friends. Some of the minor characters don't end up doing that much (Mack, Brittany and Kevin, for example). But I defy you to try not to laugh hysterically when Mr. DeMartino snaps, pulls the sink from out of the wall and throws it through the window after all of the campers are cooped up inside.
As a little bonus on the video, there's a music video for Mystik Spiral's "Frickin Friends". I only wish I could have seen the DVD to see what other extras there might have been.
"Daria: Is It Fall Yet?" is an excellent movie packed with great wit, humor and characters. Do yourself a favor and give it a look. You won't be disappointed.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "bobjohannson" on January 24, 2002
Format: DVD
I have just finished watching the final `episode' of the Daria series, "Is It College Yet." Daria was hands-down my favorite show on MTV. It was smart, crude, sarcastic and socially conscious at the same time. It had a quality to it that latter MTV animated attempts like "Spy Groove" and "The Undergrads," (Remember them?) didn't. That's probably why Daria lasted for five whole years and still went out in its prime. Anyway; that's pretty much wanted to say, but I'm forced to write a review of some kind, so here I go.
"Is It Fall Yet?" Originally aired on August 27th 2000. I haven't been able to get the DVD yet, but I taped the show when it was aired commercial free. Jane's ex-boyfriend, Tom just started to date Daria, and junior year ended in a... um... bang, I guess. Jane was accepted to stay at an art colony over the summer and Quinn's PSAT scores were low, forcing her to get a tutor. The thing I love is that "Is It Fall Yet?" evaluates each and every character so well in the short time (75 Min.) that it has. It'll still keep you laughing every time you see it.
I recommend that all Daria fans should pick it up as son as you find a copy. I know I will when I see it.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 19, 2002
Format: DVD
This TV movie shows what the characters do during summer break. Daria volunteers at the It's OK To Cry Corral, Mr. O'Neill's touchy-feely summer camp for overly sensitive children, where his regimen of staying indoors and exploring the "inner child" is not popular with the campers. Meanwhile, the other counselor at the camp, angry Mr. DeMartino, proves much more popular with the campers and rediscovers his passion for teaching, and Daria tries to bond with Link, a lonely young boy who is just like her.
Daria also tries dating Tom for a while, but becomes alienated by the lifestyle of his super-wealthy family and starts pushing him away. Jane goes to an artists' colony in the middle of nowhere for the summer--partly to get away from Daria, whom she still hasn't forgiven for stealing Tom away--and has trouble making friends with the other artists, whom she finds pretentious. She does make one friend, Allison, until she finds Allison is actually a bisexual who only wants her sexually. Eventually, Daria and Trent pay Jane a visit. Daria and Jane finally make up for good, and Jane even suggests that Daria give Tom another shot.
Quinn decides to spend the summer getting tutored so that she can improve her PSAT score (and get into a "party college"). She starts to like learning new things, and develops a crush on her tutor, David, who doesn't feel the same way about her but tells her that she has a lot more potential than the "loser friends" she hangs out with.
Brittany and Kevin get jobs as lifeguards, and naturally can't do anything right. Jodie is forced into spending every waking moment doing extracurricular activities, and Mack gets a hellish job driving an ice cream truck to pay off a debt to his father. These circumstances make it difficult for Jodie and Mack to see each other--until Mack comes up with the perfect replacement at his job once his debt is paid off.
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