In the movie version of the beloved animated sitcom, a giant sinkhole opens in front of the restaurant and kicks off a murder mystery.
Of the three useless family vivified sitcoms on the Fox Network, "Sway's Burgers" is ostensibly the gentlest and the sunniest.
Made by Loren Bouchard, who was likewise behind Adult Swim's late 1990s clique hit "Home Movies," "Burgers," which debuted in 2011,
Shuns the astringent humorous push of "The Simpsons" and the hardness of "The Family Guy."
The adventure of Bob and Linda Belcher and their three children, Gene, Tina and Louise, is likewise somewhat grounded actually.
Weave is a quintessential striver who runs what tries to be a delectable and imaginative burger joint.
Linda is his excited accomplice and team promoter, and the children are particular weirdos, each untidy in their own specific manner.
The show's humor is ludicrous, happily obscene and consistently in accordance with the crazy, freakish stories it tells. Also, the accounts generally rule
The show doesn't go in for unending mainstream society references or much fourth-divider breaking.
The mode of “Bob’s Burgers” doesn’t exactly scream for a feature-length, big-screen expansion, so it’s surprising that
The Bob’s Burgers Movie, directed by Bouchard and Bernard Derriman, is such a breezy, engaging picture that it qualifies as a summer refreshment.