Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus (2019) - Animation, Action, Adventure

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ZIM discovers his almighty leaders never had any intention of coming to Earth and he loses confidence in himself for the first time in his life, which is the big break his human nemesis, Dib has been waiting for.

IMDB: 7.7
Director: Young Kyun Park
Stars: Richard Steven Horvitz, Rikki Simons
Length: 71 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-Y7
Reviews: 7 out of 66 found boring (10.6%)

One-line Reviews (23)

Without nailing down the actual story beats, as that would give away a lot of spoilers, the general flow of the story itself is so unpredictable and scattered that you couldn't even list one specific plot twist.

The plot was all over the place, the pacing was either seizure-inducing fast or agonizingly slow, and most of the humor was entirely too forced.

This movie was heavily enjoyable from beginning to end, and I really hope we get more of Invader Zim from it.

A perfect and visually stunning reboot .

An enjoyable return (of doom) .

Characters would declare their relationships, personalities and motives almost instantly, essentially turning the introductory fifteen minutes into a rushed segment of pointless information, especially for fans such as myself.

Halfway through I found myself getting pretty bored.

All in all, I really enjoyed it and thought it was a great movie for the series.

The movie was great, entertaining and hilarious.

The movie is a visual masterpiece without straying far from its original designs, adding vibrant colors, action packed scenes, and all hand drawn animation.

There are some positives: the animation is nice, the scenes with the Tallest were great and Zim enacting his plan was enjoyable.

Mind blowing in HD .

Yes, it was my life, and seeing the show cancelled all those years ago left a dark pit within my soul (which is already pretty empty).

But hey there still a lot of spectacle, action and humor to be enjoyable, this movie still comes recommended.

Making either the characters (particularly facial expressions) or the backdrop a bit bland to look at sometimes.

Invader Zim has a very particular style of humour that becomes a little formulaic by the time you get to the end of the movie, so a lot of the jokes in the latter half of the movie start to feel a little predictable.

Also I feel many kids who will probably watch this haven't seen the series which is fine but I think they would be completely lost because I had my little sister watch this and she was literally bored after the first act like I mentioned earlier.

Prolonged exposure to a single storyline however, is unbearable.

Definitely worth watching!

Aside from the art, I enjoyed the movie and found it as entertaining as the show.

It was terrible and so dissaponitng and by the end I was getting ready to just turn it off, but it ended, and on a flat, boring note to boot.

But the story line was a little hard to follow.

You end up rooting for Dib throughout his whole ordeal in addition to wondering what Zim has in store, making for two highly fascinating narratives.