Spongebob hangs-loose in seven fun-filled under the sea adventures!
Format: Animated, Color
DVD Release Date: March 3, 2009
Number of Discs: 1
Rating: Not Rated
Run Time: 89 minutes
Spongebob vs. The Big One is a DVD packed with a DVD Premiere and six of your favorite Spongebob episodes.
The DVD premiere episode is called “Spongebob Squarepants vs. The Big One.” In the episode, Spongebob and his friends get swept out to sea by a giant wave. They find themselves on a remote island. In order to get off of this island, they must learn to surf. With the help of Jack Kahuna Laguna aka JKL (voiced by Johnny Depp,) will Spongebob and his pals learn how to surf and make it back to Bikini Bottom?
Other episodes include:
“A Life in a Day”
Larry the Lobster is this show-off lobster. He criticizes SpongeBob and Patrick so much that they want to be exactly like him. But, of course, SpongeBob and Patrick mess up and the day becomes very painful.
SpongeBob and Patrick are not allowed to go to a party at the Goo Lagoon, because they aren’t tan enough. So, they decide to get tan, but problems occur when SpongeBob is in the tan machine too long.
Squidward, SpongeBob’s easily annoyed neighbor and co-worker, has kelp garden spray. The problem is that everything it touches becomes huge.
“No Nose Knows”
Patrick, a starfish, gets nose surgery. But when he gets his dream nose, he learns about smelly things.
SpongeBob works at the Krusty Krab. There, they make Krabby Patties. The patties have a special top-secret formula. And while SpongeBob is watching it, the formula goes missing. Who stole it? Plankton? Sandy? Squidward?
Plankton — who owns the rival food place — has his first regular customer. Mr. Krabs, Spongebob’s boss at the Krusty Krab, wants him eating Krabby Patties.
“Spongebob vs. The Big One” is solid DVD. My favorite episodes on the DVD would have to be the premiere “Spongebob Squarepants vs. The Big One” ( JKL is such a cool character,) “A Life in a Day”, “Patty Caper” (I liked the mystery) and “Plankton’s Regular” (I love the Plankton and Mr. Krab feud and to see Plankton come out the victor, at least for a little while, was great.)
Along with the seven episodes are two cool special features: a music video “Ridin’ the Hook” and Plankton’s Special Sinister Commentary (make sure you check this out.) This DVD is a must have for any Spongebob fan.