The Powerpuff Girls
The Powerpuff Girls
TV-Y7 | 18 November 1998 (USA)
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    Fresh and Exciting

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    Absolutely the worst movie.

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    It's funny watching the elements come together in this complicated scam. On one hand, the set-up isn't quite as complex as it seems, but there's an easy sense of fun in every exchange.

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    Derry Herrera

    Not sure how, but this is easily one of the best movies all summer. Multiple levels of funny, never takes itself seriously, super colorful, and creative.

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    Three super-powered little girls constantly save the world (or at least the city of Townsville) from monsters, would-be conquerers and a few other gross things. The Powerpuff Girls is probably one of the few animated tv shows that you'll ever going to see that is both fun for girls but also quite entertaining for boys as well. I mean all 3 girls are very fun, intelligent (each to their own way) but also quite cool to say the least plus who didn't like Mojo? I mean common plus some characters are left as a mystery since we don't see their actual faces. (10/10)

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    I love this show so much. I imagine I'm babysitting the girls and tickling them especially Bubbles cause she's my favorite. My most favorite episode of this show is Get Back Jojo which is titled after a Beatles song and Craig McCraken is a Beatles fan just like me. In this episode the Professor and the girls are at Pokey Oaks Kindergarten and the Professor has invented a time machine. A time portal to be exact. As the Professor is talking about the machine Mojo Jojo walks by while carrying groceries and he hears the Professor talking about the time portal and makes a plan to go back in time in order to take out the Professor as a kid so that the Powerpuff Girls will never be created. When he goes into the time portal the girls follow but are too late when Mojo kidnaps the Professor as a child right after the Professor makes an explosion in science class cause back then the Professor was naughty and had no interest in being a scientist. That is until when Mojo Jojo tries to throw him into the volcano mountain which his lair is suppose to be on top of in the future, the girls swoop down and save him. Then the Professor realizes who they are and after Mojo Jojo is defeated and the girls are brought back to the present the Professor realizes that the girls saved him as a kid and it gave him the opportunity to create them and become a scientist. That is the best part of the whole episode and is why its my favorite episode of all time in the series. Also Mojo Jojo is my favorite villain in the show cause he cracks me up. HIM in the show is creepy and is the devil. 6 seasons is a pretty good run for this show anyway and to me its still one of the best cartoons ever and one of my favorite childhood shows next to Thomas the Tank Engine and the Rugrats.

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    I will say that I am a 16 year old male cartoonist, and I absolutely love this show. I've watched it ever since I could remember (my younger sister even threw a PPG's theme birthday party when she turned 4 or 5) and today, I'm an even larger fan. Of all the shows that emerged from the 90's CN, this series is my absolute favorite (and I also love the other shows from that time, as well). The plot revolves around 3 super- powered kindergarten girls who fight crime and protect their beloved hometown of Townsville (and they protect it WELL). Of Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, I'd have to say that Buttercup is my favorite, but the other two tie for a very close 2nd place. Her constant psychotic element (and tomboyishness) is very stimulating to my neural entertainment capacitor, and she is so adorable (well, aren't they all?). Their naivety and innocence brings me back to when life used to not be so extremely complicated like it is when you age. The voice actors are also more than perfect for the characters that they portray. It's like, they couldn't be better suited. The humor and the movie/show references make the show that much more pulse-poundingly enjoyable for the viewers who understand those "that just happened" moments that populate this cartoon. Adults may even find this show hilarious, as much of the mature humor flies directly over a kid's head and into their hearts. Another great aspect of the show is the massive range of emotions that the fans experience with various episodes. There are episodes that make you want to cough up your lungs from laughing so hard, and other episodes that had me on the verge of tears (watch the last episode, "See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey" to understand where I'm coming from, and for my fellow Americans, it's on YouTube, but not TV, due to... issues). This show, in my opinion, is one of the greatest cartoons of the 20th century, and is a benchmark in animation history for it's style, love, story, and character development. It's almost too easy to forget that it all started as just a small college project that Craig McCracken worked on, possibly not even thinking about how famous it would make him and several others, several years down the road. This show was AMAZING! 1998-2005 16/10

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    Well, I guess you *could* go wrong: What do you think of 3 superpowered little scamps? The key here is that the writing is fine. In fact, this might be one of the true saving graces of the Powerpuff Girls: It's written well enough that it might be a perfect bridge; cajoling the target audience (kids) to appreciate a higher level of writing. Kids come for the concept, stay for the clever narrative, wind up experiencing some nicely toned prose, and probably internalizing these fine turns of clever communication.Love the comic timing. Usually frenetic, but also capable of stretching things out a bit, if that'll work. Note: I am talking about the TV bits, here; not the movies. I saw one of the full-length features, and didn't particularly care for it: It felt driven by the producers, like they didn't let the creative team breathe. The TV shows feel more artful.The voice work is great. A personal fave feature: I dig hearing Tom Kenny (the Narrator); loved his work on Mr. Show, love his voice anytime I hear it. He's a great talent. But everyone does a fine job.Anyway, check it out. At worst, it's cute; at best you'll get more than a few hearty belly laughs!

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