Into the Wild Green Yonder
2009
While humanity awaits the dawn of the Green Age, ancient forces return to screw up everything, leaving Fry as the best hope for the universe -- yikes! -- in this feature-length installment. Also, Fry falls for a fembot, and Leela goes on the run.

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

The final Futurama movie is the weakest and most forgettable of the bunch, with its characters' relationships and development treated like a rushed afterthought. There are a few chuckles for longtime fans, but no big laughs like the other titles.

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