Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus
Studio: Nickelodeon Release Date : August 16, 2019 Series: Invader Zim
Cumulative rating:
(4 ratings submitted)

Associated Studio(s)

Renegade Animation / Sunwoo Entertainment / Screen Novelties / Maven Image Platform / Nick Digital

Synopsis

After disappearing for years, Zim has returned to enact his most diabolical plan yet! Disguising as a Membrane Labs employee, Zim harnesses the power of their new Peace Day bracelet to bring the earth to the Almighty Tallest. Can Dib and Gaz save their father and the earth from destruction? And just what is this Florpus Hole?

Characters

Zim
(Voice: Richard Steven Horvitz)
Gir
(Voice: Rosearik Rikki Simons)
Dib
(Voice: Andy Berman)
Gaz
(Voice: Melissa Fahn)
Professor Membrane
(Voice: Rodger Bumpass)
Bloaty
(Voice: Rosearik Rikki Simons)
Almighty Tallest Red
(Voice: Wally Wingert)
Almighty Tallest Purple
(Voice: Kevin McDonald)
Robo-Mom
(Voice: Maureen Ann "Mo" Collins)
Robo-Dad
(Voice: Michael McDonald)
Ms. Bitters


Broadcasters

Netflix

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 1:11:35
Animation Type: Combined Flash Animation, Standard (Digital Ink and Paint) Animation, Computer Animation (CGI), Live-Action and Puppetry
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (HD - Television)
Color Type: Color
Sound Type: Stereo
Print Type: Video (HDTV)
Negative Type: Digital
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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From eutychus :

Invader Zim is back and no worse for the wear. Dib has spent his life trying to discover where Zim has disappeared to and when Zim re-appears, all hell breaks loose. The artists seem to be having more fun with different animation styles so the entire movie lets them flex their muscles a bit which was welcome. The theme is family ... Professor Membrane gets a bigger role here; I always felt he was an underused character in the original series and it's nice to see Dib and Gaz have at least one quick tender moment. If I have one quibble it's that a little Zim goes a long way, and while it's intentionally over the top, what works well in a twelve minutes cartoon can get a little exhausting over an hour and a quarter. Still, although it may not garner any new Zim fans, the old ones will not be disappointed.
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