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Aqua Teen Hunger Force colon Movie Film for Theaters
Aqua Teen Hunger Force colon Movie Film for Theaters-Poster.jpg
Release Date April 13, 2007
Writer(s) Matt Maiellaro
& Dave Willis
Director(s) Matt Maiellaro
& Dave Willis
Producer(s) Jay Wade Edwards,
Matt Maiellaro,
Dave Willis
Distributor(s) First Look Pictures (theaters)
Warner Bros. Home Video (DVD)
Running Time 86 minutes
Origin USA

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Aqua Teen Hunger Force colon Movie Film for Theaters is the theatrically released feature-length film based on Aqua Teen Hunger Force. It premiered nationwide on April 13, 2007. The film is distributed by First Look Pictures, and produced by Williams Street.

Starring: Dana Snyder, Carey Means, Dave Willis, Matt Maiellaro, C. Martin Croker, Andy Merrill, Mike Schatz

Cast: Dana Snyder (Master Shake), Carey Means (Frylock), Dave Willis (Meatwad/Carl/Ignignokt/Video Game Voice), Andy Merrill (Oglethorpe), Mike Schatz (Emory), Matt Maiellaro (Err/Cybernetic Ghost/Satan), C. Martin Croker (Dr. Weird/Steve), Fred Armisen (Time Lincoln), Bruce Campbell (Chicken Bittle), George Lowe (Space Ghost), mc chris (MC Pee Pants), Chris Kattan (Walter Melon), Neil Peart of Rush (Himself), Isaac Hayes III (Plantation Owner), Tina Fey (Burrito), Jon "Big Jon" Benjamin (CIA Agent #1), Jon Glaser (CIA Agent #2), Craig Hartin (Rob Goldstein), Matt Harrigan (Linda)

Contents

Plot Overview

Shake realizes it's time to work out, so he brings out his Insane-O-Flex, an exercise machine that he has never used, and he stole from Carl. It turns out that the machine can transform into a monster that could destroy New Jersey, and possibly the world. Only the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future knows its secret, and after his long-winded stories, he, Emory, and Oglethorpe try to take the Insane-o-Flex from the Aqua Teens before they can activate it. In addition to this, Dr. Weird's castle is being converted into a loft, and Weird himself is connected to the history of the Insane-O-Flex and the backstory of the Aqua Teens, including a fourth one that did not survive. The Mooninites also come along for the ride.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

  • Returning characters from the show include Emory, Oglethorpe, the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past From the Future, Ignignokt, Err, Dr. Weird, Steve, Time Lincoln (from the show's credits), MC Pee Pants, Satan, Willie Nelson, and Rabbot. In addition, Space Ghost and Zorak have very brief cameos.

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

  • Preview: Throughout the week of March 25, 2007, Adult Swim advertised that the film would be broadcast during the regular block on April 1st. Technically, they did make good on this promise. The entire film was shown, in true April Fools Day prank fashion, in a tiny picture-in-picture box in the corner of the screen without sound while the regular block aired.

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes

External Sites