I would love it if the show continued but if not, I am eternally grateful that we now live in a world where it is confirmed that Helga loves Arnold and Arnold loves Helga. I'm happy I did, though. Pupil size has a weird inconsistency and often they're big like old episodes of The Simpsons. Understandably so the voices of many of the kids minus Helga, Harold, Phoebe, and Mr. And here is the happy moment has come! Kind of odd, if you ask me.
He created all of the best Arnold and Helga moments. When this ancient device is activated it shoots the antidote I think into the atmosphere which causes green rain. All of these voice actors would now be in their late 20's - mid 30's now. The scene where Brainy jumps off the boat to save Helga's locket is so poetic. I guess I'm doing this to process my feelings after this epic conclusion to one of my favorite Nicktoons. It's be nice for a couple new seasons, but I wouldn't hold your breath.
While Mason Vale Cotton's Arnold voice may seem a bit odd, he seems to do a fantastic job capturing the football head we all know and love. The characters are so well handled here,especially Helga my favorite character in Hey Arnold Helga's locket as the key to saving the green eyed people and Arnold's parents was mind blowing! For 15 years fans of pictures were waiting, speculated, dreamed of a happy future of their favorite characters. Everything is handled fantastic from the writing, to the character, to the jokes. Helga sounded like helga, and the aforementioned sounded great too. Not quite sure why seeing as Arnold released him into the sea at the end of that episode.
Helga's story arc of confessing her love for Arnold was also pretty good and the ending where they kiss was something we all wanted. They couldn't administer this antidote any other way? In fact, it feels like everything was preserved perfectly and it picks up where the first movie left off. Once they reach the end of the map, Gerald falls through a bed of flowers into a deep dark cave and the rest of them follow which then leads them to the Green-Eyed People's Community. When you watch it a second time your eyes will be opened to a lackluster event. We last saw Arnold back in 2002 with his first feature length movie. In it, Arnold's class wins a trip to San Lorenzo by winning a competition. He just shows up right as Arnold and friend were about to fall to their deaths.
It would be great if she were to wear her locket from now on since her feelings for Arnold are no longer hidden. So what will be the future of the show? If you're still with me then here we go. The villain La Sombra was okay. I was a little worried but after hearing that Craig Bartlett was coming back to work on it and to look after the production it brought so much confidence in me because he handled his own series extremely well and kept the heart of it all in a consistent manner, not having too many change happening that ends up destroying the show. She really is a good friend and she can be relied upon.
Simmons to name a few were different. It's quite jarring yet thrilling to see these young, timeless characters in genuine peril and watch how they work together to make it out alive. Going to find his family with his classmates. I was so proud of her for not freaking out and just enjoying the kiss. One of the film's emotional highlights was witnessing the numerous cameos of one-time characters that Arnold had helped out.
He even said in a recent interview that he would like to continue the show and eventually see them as teenagers. Everything is deployed smoothly and accessible, what and how for what goes. Not missing a beat, Arnold reminds them that he has to go to school which they agree and offer to walk him there. It also finally gives closure as well to the Gerald and Phoebe romance hints we got in the show with them becoming a couple too. I have to also give the movie props for not only maintaining a lot of the elements from the show, but also managing to get emotional about Arnold's desire to find his long lost parents, to even getting dark at times; especially with Lasombra. Overall I think this was a great movie and and the one were promised to tie up the series.
As always good humor from grandparents , And especially liked the presentation with the good works of Arnold, as if reviewing the series. As for whether I want a season six of the show? I am sure kids loved that. Where practical, original voice actors were used Helga is still our Helga! In this film, he's voiced by Mason Vale Cotton. It was basically everything we've asked for. An ending to the show.
Oh, and Happy Thanksgiving I suppose! Sadly, I do not have cable and thus, do not have Nickelodeon, so I had to rent this on Amazon. Knowing that his parents are alive, Arnold reunites with them and it flashes forward to Arnold waking up in his bed at the boarding house. I can't believe I never saw that coming after fifteen years. And the green eyed people being a society without adults. From Stoop Kid to Pigeon Man, this was a dream come true for anyone who grew up with the show. The movie should've happened a lot sooner. I seriously almost passed out from holding my breath when he was revealing his feelings to her.