The offbeat adventures of Courage, a cowardly dog who must overcome his own fears to heroically defend his unknowing farmer owners from all kinds of dangers, paranormal events and menaces that appear around their land.
After a future, dying Rigby comes to warn the gang about the future, they must time travel back in time to when Mordecai and Rigby were in high school to stop a evil, crazy volleyball coach from destroying time. Will it work? Can Rigby tell the truth even if it will cost him and Mordecai their friendship?
After the movie ends, Rigby is seen driving his future self's spaceship to the park. The spaceship is never referenced in the show after this. It is similar to Adventure Time because in one episode Finn gets a war elephant and it makes appearences in an episode a few years later. See more »
I just came back from watching this and oh boy this exceeded my expectations. I just love the build up and the climax of this story, and also how it plans out. I'm going to go over some details so the people thinking about watching this can read this and get persuaded.
The story is very interesting for a regular show episode. It takes part in the past present and future, but I'm not going to ruin the details. I just love seeing the characters interact with each other, and I also love how the story ends. One last bit of comedy.
The animation is a higher budget regular show style. Exact same as the actual series, but with some things that tell you that this is a film. Kinda like spongebob the movie (The first one). Also love how some items in this world seem 3D.
The music... I found myself digging out to this music and also the intro song. I've gotta find the full version somewhere. Also love how certain songs play in certain scenes. It really does help set the scene.
I have no idea why one of the reviewers hated this, but I'd say this is a good special and I can't really find any problems with it. This is a great film and I don't recommend seeing this at the cinemas, but at home with blu ray. This isn't the sort of film to be shown at the cinema, but the film to be seen at home.
One thing I can point out is that there's less comedy. I think they were going for this style however just to make this film more serious and engaging. This film still has its share of funny jokes, so you don't need to worry.
For now, I'd say this is a great film with a good balance of action, drama but slightly less comedy.
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