Who lives in a Pineapple under the sea? 

Spongebob Squarepants, that’s who! He is the loveable, yellow square many generations know.  It is a show about a sponge whose only goal is to be the best fry cook in all of Bikini Bottom. He and his best friend, Patrick Star, go on many weird and unnecessary adventures like jellyfishing, trying to befriend Squidward, or fending off arch nemesis Plankton. 

Few mentionable whale of a tales would be the time Spongebob tried to enter the brawl bar known as the Salty Spitoon, in the infamous episode, “No Weenies Allowed,” the time Spongebob was genuinely happy, “The Best Day Ever,” and the time Spongebob was stuck on an island of pro surfers, making a guest appearance of Johnny Depp, as Jack Kahuna Laguna in “Spongebob vs. The One.” 

After several successful seasons, Spongebob was yet-again readay to star in his third genuine, interesting and  funny movie that all generations can enjoy. In July of 2020 Nickelodeon introduced “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run.” A new high budget movie that will spark the lovely feeling of childhood wonder and will bring families closer together in a warm, peaceful way. A long-time watcher and an even more long time lover would fall prey to this movie’s alluring presence. 

I won’t spoil the plot for you, but SpongeBob and Patrick travel to the lost city of Atlantic City to solve the mysterious kidnapping of Gary the snail. They soon prove that there’s nothing stronger than the power of friendship as they encounter danger and delight at every turn. “Oops, looks like I gave you the edge on this little adventure, nothing else to do except watch the Movie via HBO live and get to watchin’ it”!

Gavin Beam, Staff Writer

Posted by:thadailywarrior

Rock Academy Newspaper

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