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Fans Have Nothing But Praise For This Major Detail In The Bob's Burgers Movie

Like so many TV shows before it, "Bob's Burgers" has finally made the leap to the big screen. Normally, the Belcher family faces a conundrum they have to solve in 22 minutes. But this time, their adventure gets stretched out, which makes sense when you consider a giant sinkhole forms in front of the restaurant, which just so happens to contain a skeleton. Combine that with a thrilling mystery and Bob setting forth to save his restaurant, and you have all the makings of an instant animated classic with "The Bob's Burgers Movie."

Critics and audiences alike have come together to offer praise for the proceedings. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has scored high with both demographics. Katie Walsh of The Los Angeles Times even called it "One of the funniest, smartest and most unique summer movies of the year." And there's one facet, particularly, with the movie that fans have recently called special attention to.

Fans love the music in The Bob's Burgers Movie

Occasionally, "Bob's Burgers" will include a musical number, so perhaps it should come as no surprise to hear that "The Bob's Burgers Movie" is a full-on musical extravaganza. Numerous musical numbers intersect with the plot, including the instantly catchy "Sunny Side of Summer."

Redditor u/AttackedLlama92 kicked things off by posting, "Okay this is just an appreciation post but seriously ... Sunny Side of Summer is stuck in my head." Many fans were in agreement, including u/thatsMRjames: "I have to agree, Sunny Side Up Summer is my new [favorite Bob's Burgers] song... I love that they didn't overdo it with songs but at the same time I kind of wanted more lol."

One user with a background in music praised the technical aspects of the songwriting, "I have a degree in Music Education and am a teacher and I am absolutely blown away at the music in the movie." The show's creator Loren Bouchard spoke with Consequence about ensuring the songs were as tight as possible, "I wanted the songs that demanded to be made, and not a single one that felt extraneous; the songs shouldn't be the fat. We didn't want to make a musical, we wanted to make a Bob's musical, which is a little more sparing."

With this kind of response, don't be surprised if "Sunny Side of Summer" lands some nominations when award season comes around.