Phineas and Ferb – Disney Back to Success

18 09 2010

Continuing my previous post about YouTube, I’ll put several movies I found interesting in that website. The first one comes from my friend’s suggestion: Phineas and Ferb.

This one is not really my favourite, but it’s still hilarious. If you’re completely new with this film, this episode may be a good start. 🙂

I don’t know if you notice it, but until recently, most comments I heard about Disney Channel are very negative, including protests why Mickey and friends are now so lame in Mickey Mouse Clubhouse show (well, though I think it’s normal, as it is intended for children less than 5 years old) and why most of the other programs are just teen, teen and teen movies like Hannah Montana etc (well, I never watch them myself, so I’m not sure about this).

That is, until Phineas and Ferb came out. Since then, the comments start to be positive, and one of old fans even said, “This is the only film I watch in Disney Channel!” Well, I think that’s interesting. 🙂

As for myself, I would never watch it if my friend didn’t talk about it in his blog (thanks, Mr. T!). And as I don’t have access to TV, let alone Disney Channel, I then tried to type it in YouTube and… viola! I found it! Thank you, dear uploaders!

Anyhow, I then tried to watch it and immediately found out why they attract so many fans of all ages:

  1. There’s at least one song in each episode, aside of the title sequence!!! And, I must say, some of these songs are very catchy and cool. I’m positive about it. 🙂
  2. The story itself contains simple-but-smart gigs all over the movie. This includes altering a love, romantic song into music for the beloved nemesis (check this post for futher information) and… one of my favourite episodes: Does This Duckbill Make Me Look fat? (NOTE: You better watch at least TEN other episodes first before this, or you won’t get the gig.)
  3. Each episode contains two parts: what Phineas and Ferb create (the main plot) and their pet platypus’s life as a secret agent (the sub-plot). And, even though most episodes have routine, repeated things again and again (like their sister trying to bust them while the platypus was fighting an idiotically evil scientist in the sub-plot) the complete story itself varies in many ways and there’s hardly something boring in it. Wicked! 🙂

 

Well, if you miss classical Disney-style films, why don’t you try to watch this one? It’s fun! 🙂

 

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