Critics Call ‘The Bob’s Burgers Movie’ ‘Well Done With Gentle Charring’

Last Friday, The Bob’s Burgers Movie officially hit theaters.

With the voice of the animated cast reprising their role in the featured film, the Belcher family has arrived on the big screen. The synopsis says:

“A broken water main creates a huge sinkhole right in front of Bob’s Burgers, blocking the entrance indefinitely and ruining the Belchers’ plans for a successful summer. As Bob and Linda struggle to keep their business afloat, the kids try to solve a mystery that could save their family’s restaurant. As the dangers mount, these underdogs help each other find hope as they try to get back to the counter.”

Critics weigh in on the movie Bob’s Burger

On Rotten Tomatoes, his latest adventure has a critic rating of 86% and an audience rating of 95%.

Ross Bonaime of Collider wrote, “By focusing on the Belcher family and interestingly exploring their individual stories, The Bob’s Burgers Movie proves that the Belchers are one of the most wonderful families in animation history.” Ross gave the film a grade of B.

Douglas Davidson of Elements of Madness called the film “*ahem* well done with smooth charring, luscious sides, and a perfectly balanced soda mix made up of rousing, low-stakes musical numbers with plenty of emotion and plenty of heart.” Davidson gave the film a 4.5 out of 5.

Nathaniel Brail of CoomicBook.com wrote: “If you really liked watching the series, you’ll definitely love The Bob’s Burgers Movie. The film ties up some loose ends from the series, while also delivering a hilarious plot and moving forward with whatever story the creators may tell in the future.”

Dan Bayer of AwardsWatch wrote, “Virtually every frame contains at least one joke or visual gag, whether it’s Bob’s goofy name for the daily special or a background character piece that flashes and you’ll miss it.” Bayer gave the film a B+.

Peter Gray of The AU Review wrote, “The mere fact that The Bob’s Burgers Movie manages to feel as fresh and fun as it does is a testament to writer/director/creator Loren Bouchard, who has clearly used the confidence that comes with a show such a long run.” Gray gave the film a 3.5 out of 5.

Critics Say The Movie Is An Extended Episode…But Will It Win New Fans?

Hoai-Tran Bui of Slashfilm wrote, “A double-sized episode with extra stakes and extra songs, but it’s okay.” Bui gave the film a 7 out of 10.

Kaitlyn Booth of Bleeding Cool wrote, “Fans will likely enjoy The Bob’s Burgers Movie, which will get an above-average episode of the show extended into a feature film. However, this movie is probably not going to convert new fans.”

J Hurtado of ScreenAnarchy wrote, “The movie Bob’s Burgers welcomes its audience with open arms…devotees will leave satisfied and newbies will have a new favorite show and an exciting journey ahead of them to catch up on what they’ve learned. lost. What more can you ask?”

Mike Massie of Gone With The Twins wrote, “It may not be much more than a lengthy episode, worked into something a little more complex than usual with its murder/mystery premise woven into reliable humor and the easy fantasy of musicals.” lively, but it’s consistently charming.” Massie gave the film a 6 out of 10.

Carla Hay of Culture Mix wrote, “The movie is a great example of how to please existing fans, as well as how to win over newcomers to a franchise. The Bob’s Burgers Movie is not a meaningless children’s movie; it has a lot of jokes that adults will appreciate more than underage children.”

Although it may not be hitting the numbers that “Top Gun: Maverick” is putting up at the box office, it appears that The Bob’s Burgers Movie is still a movie for fans of all ages to enjoy.

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