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The Lost Adventure is quite the curio as it's an episode assembled from the video game cut scenes that was used as bonus dvd footage on one of the feature length movies.
Being that the video game was for the Playstation 2 I'm sure I don't need to tell you that it looks more than a little ugly and for continuity they even added some gameplay footage into it.
At just 30 minutes in length it certainly demonstrates how short the game must have been. Take a modern video game and you'll have 30+ hours of cutscenes!
Now I'm not a big fan of Futurama so based upon those facts I thought this would stand no chance but oddly it's the best thing from them I've watched so far. Sure it's ugly and sure the editing is questionable but it has a real charm about it.
I actually laughed, I appreciated all the remix's used for the gameplay sections soundtrack and really quite enjoyed it. I'd call this essential viewing for any Futurama fan.
Some questionable editing
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
Someone forgot what colour Leela's hair was supposed to be
To take over the planet you just need brains and evil
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