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Phineas and Ferb: The Movie - Across the 2nd Dimension
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Perry's worst fear comes true when Phineas and Ferb finds out that he is in fact secret Agent P, but that soon pales in comparison during a trip to the 2nd dimension where Perry finds out that Dr. Doofenshmirtz is truly evil and successful.
Disney TV scored a big hit in 2007, with Phineas and Ferb, the story of two mismatched stepbrothers who share a passion for fantastic adventures and a talent for creating high tech devices. Phineas Flynn is the American chatterbox; Ferb Fletcher is British and taciturn. The television movie Across the 2nd Dimension takes their antics further afield--and spoofs the mania for 3-D. When their giant shuttlecock collides with a spy plane piloted by their pet Perry the Platypus, Phineas and Ferb crash land in the laboratory of Dr. Doofenshmirtz. With typical enthusiasm (and blithe unawareness), the boys help the evil scientist build an "Otherdimensionator" that transports them to an alternate world. As the complications multiply, Perry is forced to reveal that he's not just a pet who grinds his teeth: he's Agent P, part of a cadre dedicated to fighting Doofenshmirtz's schemes. Eventually things get sorted out with the help of the alternate versions of Phineas, Ferb, and their sister Candace. Across the 2nd Dimension is most engaging when it plays like an extended episode of the series, with plenty of humor, off-beat songs, and pop-culture references: Doofenshmirtz and his alternate counterpart perform a number about finally finding a partner as the Blues Brothers, the Lone Ranger and Tonto, and Lucy and Ethel in the candy factory. As is often the case with TV cartoons that morph into features (Hey Arnold, Doug), things occasionally get too big--the swarms of CG robots the alternate Doofenshmirtz dispatches really don't add anything to the story. But the filmmakers generally succeed in walking a fine line, remaining smart without becoming smart alecks. Across the 2nd Dimension will delight Phineas and Ferb fans of all ages. (Rated TVG: cartoon violence) --Charles Solomon
•Digital Copy Of Feature Film + Digital Music Tracks
•8 Exclusive Deleted Scenes
•Bonus Episode: "Attack Of The 50 Foot Sister" With Character/Creator Commentary
• Animatin' Music Video
• Dr. D's Jukebox-Inator
• And More!
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If you have never watched the show I do suggest you do so before purchasing the movie. There are clips all over the internet and it will give you a better grasp on whether or not this is something your family would enjoy before spending your hard-earned money. I do think that it is very reasonably priced though for everything that you get in the DVD. First you get the film, then you get a digital copy of the film, as well as a CD with the songs from the movie. You also get a "build your own platypult kit" (Don't worry, it will make sense when you watch the movie) The DVD itself also has some bonus features and a few secrets of its own! Overall I am very pleased with my purchase, and I think "Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension" is a fine addition to the "legacy" of Phineas and Ferb and I can't wait to see what Disney comes up with for the daring duo next!
all the songs with "Perry-oke"
the movie with "Perry-oke"
8 deleted scenes, including one cut song ("Mysterious Force")
the episode "Attack of the 50-foot Sister" (with character commentary from Major Monogram and Heinz Doofenschmertz)
several Easter Eggs in the menus
Disk Two contains a digital copy of the movie.
The package I bought contains two DVDs with the movie, eight deleted scenes (probably cut for time constraints), a bonus episode from the show, a digital copy of the movie, 8 music tracks from the movie, and best of all, a "Platypult"! :-)
One mild word of warning if you have little ones (say 6 and younger) that like P&F; this episode is a little darker than what you see on typical episodes on TV. Two of my kids were scared a little, and one had to be coaxed to watch till the end to see that no one got hurt and that the "good guys" won. Tellingly, they haven't asked to see it again as they do for other episodes we own. This isn't to say that this movie is too over the top or unsuitable for kids, but you may want to watch it first if you have youngsters who might get scared and make your own call.
But the wife and I absolutely loved it. I highly recommend this movie ... five stars.