" Oh my god! There are colored people in my house! "
— [Penny’s Mom], Hairspray

MRQE Top Critic

Futurama: Bender's Game

Doesn't reach the comedic heights as the first straight-to-video movie —Andrea Birgers (DVD review...)

Bender's Game for some swords and sorcery in the 3rd Futurama movie

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Leo McCarey, who directed the classic Marx Brothers movie Duck Soup and the previous Pick of the Week, The Awful Truth, also directed this one. Charles Laughton plays Ruggles, a British manservant lost to an American in a poker game. When he comes to Red Gap, Washington, Ruggles is the talk of the town. The culture clash jokes are exaggerated and funny. The few melodramatic bits are perfectly timed and impeccably executed. Sixty years later, this film is still funny and moving in just the right proportions.