A Day With SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie (Unauthorized Mockumentary)
The DVD Cover for A Day With SpongeBob SquarePants
Status Non-Existent
A Day With SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie is a rare direct-to-video movie released on Amazon on November 22, 2011. However, the day after it was released, it went out of stock and has not been in stock on most websites since. On the website for Reagal Films, the distributers for the movie, the description is this:

"In this mockumentary, SpongeBob lives above ground like all Hollywood superstars. Afraid that SpongeBob is becoming old news, his boss runs a contest called 'Spend A Day with SpongeBob'. The contest makes SpongeBob the talk of the town, as thousands of kids enter to win. The lucky winner is Seth, and he is ecstatic about his day with SpongeBob. However, the day becomes a roller coaster ride as things don’t go quite the way they planned."[1]

The movie hasn't reappeared on any website, other than some occasions on eBay, and no screenshots or trailers have resurfaced online, other than the cover, making the movie remain a complete mystery. No other information has been found on the plot, except the quote above. It has also been found that the kid on the cover is just a stock image found on Google Images. The reviews seen on the top of the cover are fake too, as the people that wrote them have no association with the magazines that they wrote for, and even then the magazines are found to be fake as well. This leads people to believe that the film is fake, but the barcode for the film can be seen here:

The company that made the movie, Inovisim Films, is believed to be fake, because it doesn't have a website, and upon Googling it, only info for the movie comes up.

Some people speculate that the film isn't on Amazon because of Viacom's strict copyright policy, but supposedly, Nickelodeon actually gave out the rights to SpongeBob SquarePants's image so it could be used in the film.[2] So now, it is unknown why the film hasn't gone back on stock on Amazon.

People found a link to the quotes page for the movie on Rotten Tomatoes, and, oddly enough, when you click the link to visit the original RT page for the movie, it says "404: Page Not Found".[3] When someone uses the Wayback Machine to try and search to see if the movie had its own page in the first place, it won't let you because of the sites robots.txt. So this means you can't search for the film on Rotten Tomatoes to see if there is possibly more information there.

Not only has the film not reappeared on Amazon, it hasn't reappeared on big websites like or, making the movie seem almost impossible to find, except for eBay.

More information or even the full movie have yet to appear online.

ROTTEN TOMATOES EDIT 7/31/15: I found it, even though it happened like an hour after the above paragraph took place, but I found the Rotten Tomatoes page for this film. It took some serious digging around though, because it wouldn't come up when I searched the whole website for the movie. I guess I found the right keywords on Google, because I have never seen this page before during my regular daily searches.[4] Obviously, there are no screenshots, no poster, no trailer, no reviews from critics and audiences, so it looks plain and empty. I just think it's weird that it wouldn't come up with a search of the website, and that I had to dig around in Google to find it. Strange. Well, enjoy the empty wasteland that is the Rotten Tomatoes page for "A Day With SpongeBob SquarePants".

AMAZON EDIT 7/30/15: Three days ago, a new review was posted on the Amazon page for the movie. It was most likely a troll though, still interesting. It reads: "This movie was black and white why?". The supposed viewer gave the film 2/5 stars.[5] Upon viewing this user's Amazon account, called "yahir", the only review he wrote was for this movie.

AMAZON EDIT 7/31/15: The other review for the movie, written by "mike zendar" reads "Four Stars: I thought that it was great". He is also most likely a troll as well, because he reviewed one other thing, a book called "How to Start a Fire", a book about a completely different thing than starting a fire. He wrote "misleading title: Had nothing to do with building a fire". Probably better to disregard this review, as well as the other one by "yahir".

EDIT 8/9/15: In the review from "mike zendar", he left an email address. Upon emailing him and asking if he had videos or screenshots, he said "no ill have to go look in storage" or something to that effect. Many more people have emailed him, and now we have new information about the film!

It was animated like a bad flash cartoon, similar to the old "SpongeBong HempPants" shorts from the early 2000's.

He said that he has to wait for his friend to arrive and help him before we can get any video or screenshots.

He also said that he will upload the film to YouTube and Wikia.

We are coming one step closer to finding this "gem" (if it is one)!

EDIT 8/9/15: Over the past five days, a rapid development has been occurring as five /co/ threads on 4chan have been created, dedicated to unearthing this mysterious title. In the first thread, an image was uploaded which appeared to be an actual still from the film. The supposed screenshot (right) was soon discovered to be a fake, as the SpongeBob model was ripped straight from a fan render video from 2012 and the kid was edited out of a photo of two children standing in front of a green screen.[6]
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A more clear image of the cover

In the third thread, an anon who works at Hastings appeared and stated that the DVD could be seen and ordered via the employee system but was not listed in the public search for the store. He proceeded to order a copy and said that he would "have it in about 2 weeks."[7] Another anon who works at a separate Hastings branch appeared and also ordered a copy, thereby doubling the chances of either one receiving the DVD.[8] Despite each having ordered a copy of the DVD, the two Hastings workers are not entirely sure if they will even receive a copy, since their vendors are out of stock.[9] One of the workers, however, has made an effort to search thrift shops, libraries, and bargain bins for the movie in case the order falls through. If it does, he says he will contact upper management to attempt to resolve the problem.

Other attempts have been made at either obtaining information about the film or the film itself. One anon e-mailed an Amazon user named mike zendar who reviewed the film and asked if he had a copy of it. The conversation ended up fruitless as the reviewer was concluded to be a troll.[10] Another anon entered Reagal Films' address into Google Maps, which showed a shopping plaza.[11] A different anon traveled to a division of MVD Entertainment, a company which catalogs the DVD on their site, and found that their offices were empty.[12]

As of late, the greatest lead we have is the two Hastings workers in the 4chan threads. This page will continue to be updated as new information arises.

AMAZON EDIT 8/14/15: This one slipped by me, but then again, I mean, who cares, they're probably trolls again. Two reviews have showed since the last Amazon Edit (7/31/15). One written by "Johnathan". Title: "This honestly feels like a mockery to the Spongebob Brand as a whole" Stars: 2. Review: "This honestly feels like a mockery to the Spongebob Brand as a whole. There are some funny moments, but the movie is just forgettable." Another one, written by "Camilo", was, ironically, titled "an unforgettable adventure". Stars: 5. Review: "Heart warming and action packed! Strongly recommend for the whole family and friends". As always, the reviews and names for the people are copied word for word. Again, I wouldn't believe the reviewers of the movie, with reviews popping up here and there 4 years after the movie's release.

Reagal is Shady Update 8/14/15: A few days back, I found out that not only is Reagal Films' headquarters at a shopping mall, but it is in the back of it. The only way to access it is to go into the back parking lot and go through presumably a door in the back. Unfortunately, that's not even all the info we have. Moodiecitymadman, a contributor on the Lost Media Wiki, found out that when you go to Reagal Films' website, they (or someone) attempts to download a Trojan virus onto your computer. For your safety, unless you have an anti-virus like me (Thisishowibro9303) and Moodiecitymadman, STAY AWAY from

General Update 8/19/15: Today, two people claiming to have the movie have come out of the blue. First, someone named "Slick Nick" messaged me on Facebook saying "hey i have a day with spongebob sqarepants the movie im going to upload it to youtube tomorrow in the afternoon. i rated the movie and gave it a 7 out of 10 the story was decent but the animation was alil strange and the voice was not convincing at all, heres a couple of screen shots". Copies word for word. The double space was there too. Of course, this turned out to not be true, because the screenshots were from a video called "SpongeBob SquarePants in Real Life". Another case was on 4chan, somebody claimed to have the film. He left a couple of "screenshots" and a photo of him supposedly holding the DVD case. This thread has yet to be proven false or fake. The thread can be viewed here. That will be all for Wednesday, August 19, 2015 unless more information pops up.


Major Update 8/24/15: Today, someone on the /co/ thread said this:"Wait, this is lost? 
I downloaded this off a private tracker along with that Cool Cat movie like two months ago.

Wow holy **** if I feel special. The ******* in me doesn't want to release this." Along with this screencap.

Nothing is known about the anon but it is most likely a ruse.


The anon who said he had the film on his computer said that he will take snapshots using VLC, but many other anons have told him to simply upload the film to MEGA.

If he delivers, we might be responsible for finding one of the most lost modern cartoons in recent history!

That will be all for Monday, August 24, 2015 unless more information pops up.

UPDATE: 8/25/15:

A major breakthrough has just happened on the /co/ thread.

Hastingsfag and OriginalPoster have figured out that Jason Boritz is legit.


HF: "Where was this again?!?!"


HF: " seems like he just up and left, nobody really told him he wasn't legit except a few obvious trolls. he was just met with some natureal skepticism. god ****** if Regalanon still lurks please come back. at least now we probably know what happened.


HF: ">and the only employess were me and another friend alright so Lorenzo is the CEO, and either Jason Boritz or someone else has been lurking here. time to figure out that third employee."

HF: ">I worked for Regal films up until 2012 HOLY **** ITS PROBABLY BORITZ im gonna scan his wordpress from the last few days to see if he references us at all."

This is only part of the ever-growing breakthrough on the /co/ thread.

This is all for the update for 8/25/15. We are getting closer to blowing the lid off this mystery!

The LEGALLY BANNED SPONGEBOB Episode (@RebelTaxi) A Day With Spongebob Mockumentry

The LEGALLY BANNED SPONGEBOB Episode (@RebelTaxi) A Day With Spongebob Mockumentry

MAJOR UPDATE 9/8/15: Pan-Pizza (creator of the YouTube channel RebelTaxi), with his excellent track record in finding lost animation has released his video on ADWSS! As he claims to own a bootleg tape, he included clips of the movie, but they were found out to be clips from a Spongebob porno on Youtube, leading to the realization that still, no one has the actual film/uploaded a proven real clip of it. He also stated that the movie might just be a guy running around in a sponebob costume. Although it was a joke, someone claimed that the movie was like that.

UPDATE 9/10/15: Reagal's site is back up and is no longer a program that trys to install viruses into your computer.

UPDATE 9/11/15: /co/ is deleting all the ADWSS threads. All of Hastingsfag's further updates will be on the Lost Media Wiki forums, and there is now an 8chan thread.

AMAZON UPDATE 9/13/15: A new review has shown up. The review was made by Jeremy Kolpe with the title "Very bad cheap made film". Review: "This film was made on the cheap, don't buy it! My friend used to work for Inovisim/Reagal. It's just a man in a Spongebob costume running around with a kid in Hollywood. It's filled with unnecessary toilet humor and cheap gags, the reason Reagal went out of business was because they were threatened lawsuit over this. I repeat, DO. NOT . BUY."

A Day With Spongebob Squarepants The Movie (Intro)???

A Day With Spongebob Squarepants The Movie (Intro)???

UPDATE 9/14/2015: A new video of the possible intro has been released, which features the alleged theme uploaded in March 2014 and seems to be more legitimate, though it is possibly fake because it uses a theme song that could just be from a Spongebob fan episode. Also, the video uses a text to speech voice, rather than a real one, unlike Reagals other documentaries.

ENDING UPDATE 9/28/15: It appears it was never released. Dr. Whatchamacallit got in contact with MVD, the distributor for Reagal, and was told that the film was never released, but it was being developed. It was just listed and inevitably canceled. There may still be promo DVDs around, but not any full film.

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It's Not Over Update 10/3/15: Dr. Watchamacallit and I (Thisishowibro9303) are in contact with MVD, and the customer service guy explained that promo copies for the movie in DVD-R format were made, and if we can get our hands on one copy, I'd consider that a victory for the LMW. 

Reagal Current State of Affairs Update 10/3/15: As I said earlier, Dr. Whatchamacallit and I (Thisishowibro9303) are in contact with the customer service guy at MVD, and he mentioned to Dr. Whatchamacallit that he contacted Reagal in regards to the film and he is yet to get a response. He emailed me the same thing, and I asked him if Reagal had done anything possibly illegal in the past (just because of the theories popping up), and he responded, "Reagal is a real company. They make unauthorized documentaries and lots of them of still available and on amazon etc. That said, I don't feel comfortable talking about another company, especially when people were taking pics of the MVD office and putting MVD's voicemail on youtube. getting a little weird for my tastes." So basically, Reagal is legit, nothing "illegal" or anything along those lines. That said, think about the last thing he said. "I don't feel comfortable talking about another company, especially when people were taking pics of the MVD office and putting MVD's voicemail on youtube. getting a little weird for my tastes." Don't harass MVD anymore, because they are still alive and not abandoned. Don't ask anything legal about Reagal, either. They are 100% legit.

Update, 11/4/15: A new review on Amazon popped up today, saying:

"Stumbled upon a copy of this at a neighbor's garage sale this weekend ($0.25) and watched with my step-son last night. It's a bit odd, even as far as Spongebob goes, but Brysan seemed to enjoy it. Might donate to the local library."

Another review, from September 15, 2015, said:

"It was cute, take it for what it is, a kids movie. Though I don't understand the reference to Reservoir Dogs, I highly doubt any kid will understand that. If I was a kid watching this I would get kind of disturbed."

Could they be trolls?

-robowil m

Update, 11/18/15: Recently I have been looking on Amazon to see if any new reviews appeared. Not yet. -robowil

Update, 9/6/17: Recent data shows that a copy of this film will be worth roughly 2 million dollars, however, this is purely conjecture, since the movie is unknown and lost. The movie may involve a lot of pineapple jokes, and/or tragedy, but probably not.

Update, 12/29/18: A YouTuber who was originally known as Pikachu and Eevee Fan 2017, and The Remix God (now known as Blue Car 6789), uploaded a video titled A Day with SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie Part 1 (DVD RIP). It shows the Reagal films logo, and it also shows that the user compiled the fake footage together, and said he uploaded it from a DVD. He has not yet released a second part, and he claims he has a copy of it on DVD, but he said he's keeping that a secret, and can't tell nobody about it.

Update, 6/22/19: Hey. Since this film is most likely never going to made this is about the last glimmer of hope I have for it here is how a filmmaker could make this film. First off, the film needs to be live action to avoid copyright so use costumes for spongebob and friends. You'll need to crowdfunding to make sure it is possible to make this film. Now this isn't needed but it is a cheaper option, you should most likely use royalty free music to again avoid copyright. Sound effects and Ambience could be taken care of by You won't be able to find everything there so don't be afraid to use Foley (use things to create the sound that you need for a certain part of the film.) As for writing you should use as much as the original script but you shouldn't be afraid to add to the script and well as fill in the gaps. You should use cheaper Equipment like Canon cameras and Etc. Also you should probably film the movie near the Beach because of well SpongeBob. As for sets I'm not sure you'd be able to make them even with crowdfunding but again I don't know. You should use the new characters for this movie sparingly for example SpongeBob's Manager shouldn't be a really prominent character. I know this isn't really an update but this is about all I can give you. I doubt the company will actually go through and make this film themselves so it's up to us to make it ourselves. As for why I don't make the film is due me not having the resources or living near the areas this movie should be filmed in. Thanks for reading and if you do start making the movie good luck to you!


  • The film, despite taking place in Hollywood, was filmed entirely in Houston, Texas.


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