The Live-Action Adaptation of the animated series, The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle is a mix of animation and live action starring the famous moose and squirrel and their enemies, Fearless Leader, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale.In this film, Rocky and Bullwinkle's home of Frostbite Falls has fallen into ruin from years of their show's reruns, while the three villains find a way into the real world and plot to take over America with a cable TV station that brainwashes the viewers. To save the country, FBI agent Karen Sympathy brings the moose and squirrel to the real world and journey across the country to stop the fiends and save the people of America.The film ended up being a box-office flop, with Jason Alexander expressing actor's remorse for his role as Boris. Nevertheless, it has become a cult classic even with fans of the original show.
Sheriff (played by John Goodman): Yeah, and I'm John Goodman.
When Bullwinkle questions the narrator's over-the-top description of Oklahoma, the narrator irately asks him if he'd like to narrate the film—in a way, though, he already is, as both are being voiced here by Keith Scott.
And I Must Scream: The three FBI agents (and later Karen and Rocky) subjected to RBTV and turning into literal vegetables, with their screams for help muffled.
Artistic License - Law: "All celebrities are above the law." Yeah, tell that to Wesley Snipesnote he thought he was smart enough to dodge the IRS and Lindsay Lohannote she's had numerous run-ins with the law over the past several years and was threatened with prison time for lying to police officers in connection to an incident in the summer of 2012.
Hell, tell that to the family of Fatty Arbucklenote While he was acquitted of murder, the accusations ruined his career and spurred the creation of the Hays Code.
Iron Curtain: Fearless Leader, Boris, and Natashya were standing behind it... and when it fell, it fell on them.
The Long List: Karen, Rocky and Bullwinkle are charged with one count of grand theft auto, one count of breaking out of jail, one count of impugning the character of a prison guard, four counts of reckless driving, five counts of talking to the audience and eighteen counts of bad puns.