Originally Posted by Rather Dashing
I really think that Sam and Max work best in smaller doses than a movie. Once you make a movie, you need an overarching plot that strings the whole thing together dramatically speaking.
Yeah, we have a big plot in the two Sam and Max seasons. But it's across several smaller episodes, which are self-contained in and of themselves. And you can't split a movie up like that. I just don't think it'd work, like the problems we had with that horrible Spongebob movie.
Also: Toy Story is by FAR the best Pixar film. The sequel is great too, but Finding Nemo is probably just slightly better. Wall-E was great, and the first half of the movie made me really wonder if it was going to be as good as Toy Story. But then the second half came, and I was more eh.
......Put on your Sunday clothes, there's lots of world out there! Get out the brillantine and dime cigars.....
I'd have to disagree with you on the terribleness of the Spongebob movie. For a TV-to-movie adaptation, it was actually pretty good.
Anyway, do we necessarily know that Sam & Max works best in smaller doses? The fact that there's no precedent within the franchise for larger stories doesn't mean that it wouldn't do it well.