‘The Bob’s Burgers Movie’ feels like a long episode in the best way possible
“Bob’s Burgers” has been part of Fox’s animation domination lineup since 2011, developing a smaller but more rabid fandom than some of its peers. Now they are rejoicing as the Belcher family (Bob, Linda, Tina, Gene, and Louise) have their own musical-comedy-thriller-mystery on the big screen. In this episode of Fan Effect, our hosts are joined by ‘Bob’s Burgers’ superfan (and bobblehead artist) Jeff Woolf, to break down ‘the good, the bad, and the Bob,’ of ‘The Bob’s Burger Movie.’ While the new film feels like a long episode in the best way possible, will it take root in the hearts of non-familiar audiences? That is the big-beefy question for today.
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Published: Friday May 27, 2022