Актеры: Rachel Anton (as (voice)), Brett Barsky (as (voice)), Corey Block (as (voice)), Cindy E. Brolsma (as (voice)), Joseph Buoye (as (voice)), Sarah Drew (as Stacy Rowe (voice)), Bart Fasbender (as Andrew Landon (voice)), Amanda Fox (as Katherine 'Kay' Sloane (voice)), Maggie Fredric (as (voice) (as Maggie Frederic)), Amy Goldman (as (voice)), Alvaro J. Gonzalez (as Trent Lane (voice)), Tracy Grandstaff (as Daria Morgendorffer (voice)), Russell Hankin (as Thomas 'Tom' Sloane (voice)), Wendy Hoopes (as Jane Lane, Helen Barksdale Morgendorffer, Quinn Morgendorffer (voice)), Steven Huppert (as Joey (voice))
Описание: Фильм показывает что происходит с персонажами сериала во время летних каникул.
Рецензии: I watched the Daria TV-movie "Is It Fall Yet?" primarily because I have a friend from the Internet (won't name names) who loves the show, and urged me to see it -- and to see the episode before it called, "Dye! Dye! My Darling!" (I think that's the title).
So, I taped it and last Tuesday, I watched it. And was it ever fun! The movie features the adventures of Daria, Jane, and the rest of the crew from Lawndale High off on summer vacation. However, it's more about how Jane and Daria try to deal with their relationship, which has been tested thanks to the fact that Jane's romance with Tom Sloane didn't work out and he is now dating Daria (something which begins in the earlier episode). Daria feels torn between Jane and Tom and her cynical attitude and her guilt nearly wreck any possible romance between her and Tom! Fortunately, things work out: Jane gets over her understandable feelings of hurt, Daria doesn't lose her friend, and she and Tom try again in their developing relationship.
As I said, I really enjoyed it. The movie was very smart and funny, and it was rather deep too, as it dealt with a friendship being strained, and a romance strained by the attitude of Daria and by her own guilt. I was glad that the whole thing was resolved -- Daria and Jane emerge from this crisis with a stronger friendship than before, enabling Daria to try again with Tom. A neat subplot deals with Quinn, Daria's sister, and how she learns she has more depth and more intelligence than she may have once realized. Her seeming lack of depth is a mask -- one of the many masks or defensive shields used by characters in this movie, such as Jane and Daria.
In short, I almost wish I had seen the series earlier. I hope to see how things turn out in the fifth season.