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The Powerpuff Girls Movie (2002)

Cast: Cathy Cavadini, E.G. Daily, Roger L. Jackson, more...
Director: Jeong Chang-Yul, Craig McCracken, Kim Jong-ho
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Studio: Warner Home Video
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Cel, Mad Science, Mad Science
Running Time: 73 min.
Languages: English, Spanish, French
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
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The most adorable little superheroines in all of Townsville make the jump to the big screen in this feature-length animated adventure based on the popular Cartoon Network series The Powerpuff Girls. Brilliant scientist Professor Utonium (voice of Tom Kane) is performing an experiment in his lab when Jojo, a monkey trained to assist the professor, accidentally drops a bottle of hyper-powerful Chemical X into a mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice. To the professor's surprise, what should emerge from the subsequent chemical reaction but three little girls: bright and practical Blossom (voice of Cathy Cavadini), sweet and sunny Bubbles (voice of Tara Strong), and tomboyish Buttercup (voice of Elizabeth Daily). Professor Utonium discovers that the girls have remarkable powers and super-human strength, and he hopes they'll be able to improve life in the crime-infected City of Townsville. However, after their first day at Pokey Oaks Kindergarten with Ms. Keane (voice of Jennifer Hale), the girls learn that having super powers can be both a blessing and a curse. Rejected by their classmates and quite unhappy, the girls are easily swayed when Mojo Jojo (voice of Roger L. Jackson), a superintelligent monkey in a turban, asks them to help him with a campaign to save the city. What the girls don't know is that Mojo Jojo is actually the monkey who once assisted the Professor; now he's embraced evil and hopes to use the Powerpuff Girls as part of his criminal scheme to wrestle control of Townsville away from the dense but well-meaning Mayor (voice of Tom Kenny). The Powerpuff Girls Movie was directed and co-written by Craig McCracken, who created the original television show as well as writing most of the episodes. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

A bit disappointing by mason December 2, 2002 - 7:01 PM PST
3 out of 5 members found this review helpful
I'm definitely a fan of the Powerpuff Girls, but I'm sad to say that the movie disappointed me; I'm rather glad after all that I missed it in the theaters. The introductory sequences were pretty great, but most of the remainder felt like the makers did their best to stretch minimal material over 86 minutes. Every sequence went on for far too long -- it would have mad a kick-ass 30 minute episode, but there wasn't nearly enough here for a full movie. The result left me enjoying the eye candy (the animation is wonderful as always), but wishing for more substance. Come on, folks, I know you can do it! I'll be hoping for a better effort next time.

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(Average 6.82)
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