GO: CINEMA: Join Spongebob for an Absorbing Adventure

Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), February 11, 2005 | Go to article overview

GO: CINEMA: Join Spongebob for an Absorbing Adventure


The Spongebob Squarepants Movie (U) STARS: (Voices) Tom Kenny, Bill Fagerbakke, Clancy Brown, Scarlett Johansson, Alec Baldwin. DIRECTOR: Stephen Hillenburg

HE'S a sponge, he's square (well, more of a trapezium to be honest) and he wears pants (white Y-fronts).

Spongebob Squarepants is an unlikely hero for our hi-tech modern era but the yellow fellow has become a cult figure on Nickelodeon.

Now, the residents of the crazy underwater community of Bikini Bottom are about to embark on their most perilous adventure yet.

Blissfully innocent Spongebob (Kenny) lives at the bottom of the sea in a pineapple and works in the Krusty Krab diner, run by the irrepressible Eugene Krabs (Brown).

Spongebob dreams of becoming the manager of the new sister outlet Krusty Krab II.

Like the rest of the community, Spongebob excitedly rushes to the opening ceremony but is distraught to learn that he has lost out on promotion to curmudgeonly Squidward Tentacles.

The youngster is distraught but this is only the beginning of his troubles.

Rival fast food mogul Plankton plots to steal the secret recipe for the legendary Krabby Patty, the diner's signature burger. …

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