In Springfield, Lisa convinces the locals to clean up the polluted Lake Springfield after the sinking of the stage of the Green Day in a concert of rock and roll. Meanwhile, Homer saves a pig from being killed in Krusty Burger and adopts it, calling the animal Spider Pig. After two days, Spider Pig fills up a silo with its excrement and Homer dumps the silo in the lake, polluting it. The angry population forces the Simpsons to move to Alaska. Meanwhile the stupid president Arnold Schwarzenegger is induced by his advisor from EPA to put a dome over Springfield to hold the population and destroy the city. When Marge sees the new in the television, she tells Homer that they must return to Springfield to save their town and friends, but Homer is not convinced if people of Springfield deserve their support.
The Simpsons is one television show that fan's around the world have been waiting to hit the silver screen for years now and now the wait is finally over. This was well worth the wait for any fan, the film has an epic feel to it and the story is very good as well but I do not want to give a lot away here as far as spoilers go. Long time fan's are rewarded for their wait but even if your not a fan you will enjoy this movie. I think all the characters that have ever been on the television show are in this film and many of them make subtle references to past episodes which is cool for fans that remember the shows. Here's to Matt Groening for writing a screenplay worthy of the Simpsons debut to the big screen and the entire cast and crew for this laugh-out-load ride. The DVD comes loaded with bonus features that include:
Commentary by, James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Mike Scully, David Silverman, Dan Castellaneta, and joined by Yeardley Smith
Directors Commentary by David Silverman, Mike B. Anderson, Steven Dean Moore and Rich Moore
Deleted scenes and much,much more.
Released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. ***** Out Of *****