The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water

Published August 1, 2015

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water

Film info

  • Title The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
  • Director Paul Tibbitt
  • Year 2015
  • Run time 1hr 32m
  • Genres
  • Tagline He's leaving his world behind

On a mission to save his world, SpongeBob SquarePants is headed to ours for the first time ever! When pirate Burger Beard steals the secret recipe for the beloved Krabby Patties, SpongeBob and friends come ashore to bring back the missing formula. To succeed, they must team up with former rival, Plankton, but soon realize that to defeat a super-villain, they must unleash their inner superheroes.

Background info

Title: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water **Director: **Paul Tibbitt Year: 2015 Run time: 1hr 32m

Live blog

1:43 - United Plankton Pictures. 3:47 - Auto Pirate is proper genius. 7:43 - “You’ll be safe in this, er, safe.” 12:11 - That has to be a trick, he opened the safe. 14:25 - I need a lockdown sequence! Turn your house into its own bunker! 17:36 - “Argh, curse you fine point.” 23:04 - It’s quite a lot of fun guessing who’s voicing all the seagulls. 28:11 - I love Sandy’s little dome, with the airlock. Spongebob has to take on water to go in. 32:18 - I can think of a few people who have brains full of ice lollies and donuts and stuff. 37:29 - Heheh, “Will you stop playing that tiny piano?” 41:07 - Definitely want a Spongebob foam finger. 45:54 - Dolphins with fricking laser beams. 53:03 - Squidasaurus Rex. 1:02:27 - “I wonder what other giant snacks they have!” 1:10:59 - Spongebob Superheroes are coool. 1:20:34 - “Rock hard abs!”


There isn’t a huge amount to say about this really. We watched it because I was ill, tucked up under a duvet and feeling very sorry for myself. Thus, a bit of the bright yellow sponge to cheer everything up!

It’s just like the TV show but on the bigger screen: crazy and manic, full of bizarre sequences and odd humour, but generally did the job!

Rating: 3/5.

Rating: 3 / 5

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