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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 1560396466
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #199,687 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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And this is where the movie REALLY starts.
Strategos
The very artful opening credits themselves are just simply marvelous as well as the cleverly designed fantastic settings created for Dexter's latest exploits!
Banshee
Only time will tell in this action-packed, fast-paced movie.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Les on March 15, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
This video is based on the Cartoon Network show "Dexter's Laboratory". (my favorite cartoon cartoon) The story revolves around Dexter and his struggle to save the future. He travels to several different time periods in his attempt, picking up an older version of himself each time. Didi, Dexter's sister, had a very small role in this movie, which is unfortunate because she is always a humorous edition to the show. Dexter's only other enemy is a fellow prodigy and classmate named Mandark. The competition between these two geniuses is not as funny as the sibling rivalry between Dexter and Didi, but it is nonetheless entertaining. The real humor lies in the Dexters of the future. Imagine Dexter with muscles abound and a superhero voice (with the same goofy accent), or a feeble old man that can't hear. The Mandarks of the future are funny as well. I would reccomend this movie to a Dexter fan moreso than an average cartoon watcher because the tape will make more sense if you know a little background. Either way, I enjoyed the tape and was satisfied with my purchase. Now when are they going to release a compilation DVD??
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Strategos on March 31, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
I'm a huge fan of Dexter's Lab. In it's short episodes it manages to make fun of Die Hard, Star Wars, Tron, and even Samurai Flicks. But what happens when you take a show normally dedicated to several short episodes and stretch it out to an hour?
Our story starts with Dexter's archnemesis Mandark attempting to steal his "greatest creation" (no, really), the neurotomic protocore. After a fantastic action scene featuring Dexter fighting off Mandark's laser blasts using only a wrench (his tool of choice and symbolic weapon), Dexter finds himself seemingly under attack by robots sent back in time to "destroy the one who saved the future". Dexter naturally quickly dispatches the invaders using his usually awesome array of gadgetry. But naturally Dexter's curiosity gets the better of him. Just how did he save the future? And from what? Led by a singular desire to see how cool he really is, Dexter heads to the future in his trusty time machine.
And this is where the movie REALLY starts. Dexter first goes to the future (an awesome futuristic city straight of a classic sci-fi flick), only to discover that he's still too far in the past. So then he heads farther into the future, discovering a Utopia world remade in his image (it bears more than a little resemblance to the land of Oz, and everyone wears white lab coats). Again the wrong time, so Dexter heads for the future right in between the two he just visted (and brings along his the two future versions of himself he found the previous two futures). This time the world is post-apocalypic, and Dexter's old Nemesis Mandark is responsible!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Luis Hernandez on November 17, 2000
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With a Teutonic accent, and the mind of a genius, Dexter stars in his first feature-length film ever. This film, which aired on the Cartoon Network in the summer of 2000 marks the first time the characters of the long-running and popular series "Dexter's Laboratory" branch out into an hour-length film.
The plot revolves around Dexter's travel to the future where he discovers that his rival and arch-nemesis, Mandark, has taken over the world in the future, where his technology controls the functions of society's everyday needs. Dexter goes back into the future to find his future selves in order to turn back the hands of time and prevent Mandark from his conquest.
The video is a refreshing treat for any Dexter fan. My only qualms about this was that the picture quality is dark and the small presence of his crazy sister, Dee-Dee, and his parents make this film less-enjoyable than an average Dexter episode. Overall, this is a good film, but it could have been much better. Maybe in future Dexter related films we will get more of what we want and less of what we don't.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 17, 2001
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When I settled down to watch this movie--based on a TV show about a boy genius--I expected to be disappointed.
Boy, was I wrong!
This is one of the best animated films I've seen in a long time. I'm a big fan of time travel, so I really enjoyed all the temporal hopping; it makes Back to the Future look dull (not that I'm trashing those excellent movies, mind you!). Genndy Tartakovsky surpasses his previous work in the series to create what has to be the pinnacle of the entire "Dexter's Laboratory" series. And the final twist must be seen to be believed.
Overall-- 10 out of 10! Highly recommended!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Banshee on December 2, 2000
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What a cool feat to star Dexter the Boy Wonder in a feature-length sci-fi thriller on Cartoon Network! Drawn and animated in Genndy Tartakovsky's brilliantly stark geometric style quite similar to that of The Powerpuff Girls, the story opens as Dexter is suddenly attacked by a whole band of Transformer-like robots from the distant future. Our brooding young hero then finds himself being whisked off on the most amazing adventure of his whole lifetime: he meets himself at three different ages and learns the whole story behind it as he goes from one chilling scenario to another. His archrival, the nerdy Mandark had taken over the whole world through his very own genius and thus brought about its ruin while poor Dexter himself had fallen from his own glory to eventually escape Mandark's greedy clutches and build himself up as a muscle-bound, middle-aged crusader behind eyeless goggles. So young Dexter himself is there to help him out! And as the saying goes, the rest is history. VERY IMPRESSIVE!!! The very artful opening credits themselves are just simply marvelous as well as the cleverly designed fantastic settings created for Dexter's latest exploits! The only griping I have about this whimsical little masterpiece is that it hadn't been closed-captioned yet for my viewing pleasure. But fear not, my dear fellow deaf fans of the immortal Dexter...this video indeed IS, so just sit back and ENJOY!!!:)
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