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Review des Piloten zu der auf Adult Swim ausgestrahlten Animationsserie "Rick and Morty" von Dan Harmon und Justin Roiland. Rick and Morty: Alle Reviews. Hier findet Ihr sämtliche Kritiken, die wir bislang zu der Serie «Rick and Morty» verfasst haben. Außerdem könnt Ihr Eure Meinung. Rick and Morty ist ein Science-Fiction-Cartoon für Erwachsene. Rick (gesprochen von Justin Roiland) – Genie, verrückter Wissenschaftler. Dieser lange Gefühlsausbruch der beiden, bei dem Morty haltlos weint und Rick zitternd zugeben muss, dass er nur Glück statt Kontrolle hatte. Staffelfinale von „Rick and Morty“ ein. Letztlich ist der vermeintlich „mächtigste Mann der Welt“ (hier übrigens noch immer dunkelhäutig, wie.
Staffelfinale von „Rick and Morty“ ein. Letztlich ist der vermeintlich „mächtigste Mann der Welt“ (hier übrigens noch immer dunkelhäutig, wie. Review des Piloten zu der auf Adult Swim ausgestrahlten Animationsserie "Rick and Morty" von Dan Harmon und Justin Roiland. Rick and Morty: Alle Reviews. Hier findet Ihr sämtliche Kritiken, die wir bislang zu der Serie «Rick and Morty» verfasst haben. Außerdem könnt Ihr Eure Meinung. Antwort abbrechen. Kolumnen DVD-Rezensionen. Vorherige Folge. Serien A bis Z Interviews. Jerry und Beth enthüllen Summer dann, dass sie eine ungewollte Schwangerschaft war und dass ihre Geburt Hd-Plus.De Reloaded daran hinderte, ihre Ziele zu erreichen. Und das alles für ein Selfie…. Sie sehen zu, wie Jerry an der Türschwelle seines Gegenübers Beth ankommt und ihr sagt, dass er sein Leben hasst und es bedauert, ihre Beziehung nicht fortgeführt zu haben. KG, Kopernikusstr. Beste Spielothek in Brislach finden Jerry und Beth gesehen haben, wie ihr Leben hätte sein können, wenn sie nicht verheiratet wären, entscheiden sie, dass es vielleicht besser wäre, Poker MГјnster Zeit getrennt zu verbringen. Das Niveau war insgesamt hoch und die Folgen vor Betvictor Chat im Vergleich zur ersten Staffel um einiges vollgepackter mit vielen kleinen Details und einem noch höheren Pacing. KG, Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Rick and Morty - Review des Piloten. Maik Beste Spielothek in HГ¶rschhof finden Arrow: Charakter, Mia Smoak. Kommst du fernsehen? Die US-Regierung hat da durchaus einiges im Angebot neben dem zu sehenden Mondlandungsset und anderen netten kleinen Anspielungen.
Neil Genzlinger Dec 2, Season 1 Review: A blistering, demented animated series. Dave Trumbore Nov 8, Season 4 Review: The premiere was great; it has everything Rick and Morty fans are looking for.
Tom Gliatto Dec 13, Season 1 Review: In the golden age of narrative TV, cartoons offer countervailing subversive pleasures: They're juvenile, satiric, surreal.
Those words all apply to the wild spree Rick and Morty. Brian Lowry Dec 2, User Score. Write a Review. User Reviews.
Already watch it 3 times XD. One of the most creative shows I've watched in a while no episode has failed to make me laugh.
MaschiettoBR13 Dec 23, A very amazing animation. With a fantastic universe, and stories that make even the most person would be laughing out loud.
HannibalB May 25, I've tried several times to watch this show and like it, but it's just crap, predictable, dumb, crap. An alcoholic, drooling mad-scientist who uses his brainless grandson, stupid parents, a constant rehashing of plots from old movies and tv-shows, lame gimmicks, and a constant resort to the I've tried several times to watch this show and like it, but it's just crap, predictable, dumb, crap.
An alcoholic, drooling mad-scientist who uses his brainless grandson, stupid parents, a constant rehashing of plots from old movies and tv-shows, lame gimmicks, and a constant resort to the basest humor makes this show boring and difficult to watch.
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Night Shaym Aliens". The strength of the show is just how amoral Rick may be; but there is a strong attachment to the "many universes" hypothesis within the show.
Philosophers have long debated the moral implications of "many universes" while realizing it's a bit sophomoric and nerdy ; "Rick and Morty" picks at this as its stock in trade.
Morty is our avatar, and works in that capacity extremely well. The essential dyad at the center - the title characters - interact little with the more peripheral characters, who have mainly been used in B plots.
This shifts of course, and with these sorts of shows they will always mix this for plot gain. There's a rich enough set of characters to provide ample space.
The interaction between Rick and Morty hoists a bit from classic propaganda tropes without actually being propagandist; a heck of a trick.
It must be hard to calibrate this. The entire show is just chock full of nuggets and neither preaches nor deigns to condescend to the audience.
Pacing is always even and feels right. The writers know where to push and where not to. We will see how long this can be maintained.
Hopefully that's a stable arrangement. As an "agent of Chaos", Rick should serve us for many years. There are actual ideas underneath all the humor, and here's to them.
This might well be the best thing on television right now. Rick and Morty is a hilarious new show by the genius behind Community seasons and 5, Dan Harmon.
The episodes so far have always seemed fresh and the writing is hilarious and creative. But then there's no surprise really since its co-creator created Community.
The hilarious mixture of wittiness, slapstick and action all add to making this show one of the best cartoons I have ever seen.
From what I've seen so far, the show easily parodies different movies and topics, also slyly sneaking in references sometimes not slyly.
The art also is simple, but very appealing. Because the show is animated, Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland and the writers have been able to break free from the chains of live action, making the show more out of this world.
I highly recommend this show to anyone, especially fans of the Regular Show, Adventure Time and Community.
Send help! I rewatched this 5 times already and it's still amazing, and I never rewatch anything. Heads Up: This review is based on the first few episodes of Season 1 only.
I was really looking forward to Rick and Morty based on the hilarious teaser and the fact that this is a hand drawn show like older, more classic cartoons.
My concern was that it would end up with a weak, poorly written script. That is not the case whatsoever. This show is incredibly original with its writing, characters, style and imagination.
Every episode AND joke is completely different from the last, which keeps this show fresh and exciting to watch. While I think Rick the grandpa is the funniest, No character is bad.
Morty, his dog Snuffles, and even Morty's math teacher all pack in great jokes. The directing is great and the art style and the way it is drawn is really really good.
The only problem I have with the show, is that I don't really think they know how to end each episode so far at least.
But, this is truly a breath of fresh air when it comes to comedy, and I think adultswim has a really good show on their hands Let me just say that I was very skeptical about this show.
Well gee wizz, I was very very wrong! Rick and Morty might seem like some stupid knock off of Back to the Future or some money laundering scheme as part of late night cable TV, but its not.
Behind all the jokes, each episode surprisingly has a strong message and whether you can relate to it or not, you won't really feel like the end of each episode was a bummer.
The weakest aspect is the animation. Its not pretty and seems out dated. Despite this, its hard to say that this pulls the show down.
No, not even one bit. The absolutely clever writing and well designed character personalities are basically what this show floats upon.
Unlike many other cartoons that have a sub plot in every episode, the ones in this show are actually relevant and memorable. They aren't just there as fillers and they are nearly as important as the main story.
In fact, in most episodes its hard to tell which one is the sub plot and which one is the main plot. What I'm trying to say is that this show is near perfect.
What are you still doing watching new Simpsons and Family guy, go watch this show if you haven't already. Its a great example of how TV hasn't turned to total crap.
It hits hard, Morty, then it slowly fades, leaving you stranded in a failing marriage. I did it. Your parents are gonna do it. I just finished watching the first three episodes and feel instantly hooked.
I have the same feeling I had when I watched Family Guy for the first time, in which I felt like every single character was interesting and was contributing for the series in their own ways.
In this show, things that will make you laugh are dark and awkward at times which succeed every time. I haven't found a single bad moment so far in the first three episodes and can't wait to watch the whole thing The first episode was awesome and got me straight to the next.
The dog world domination episode is going to be a classic, go watch it. People will remember that episode. I absolutely love this show Slowly but surely the are tweaking character development.
Getting better every new episode!!! I like the way Rick is always drinking and burping and slurring his speech.
This show is getting a lot of acclaim with so few episodes and it deserves every bit. Honestly this is the best cartoons aimed at young adults and teens that I've seen in a years.
I always get excited when I see a new episode trailer!!! Can't wait to see what direction they take this to in the future.
They have set it up for literally limitless possibilities. There were only 11 episodes in the first season, so it seems a little premature and overenthusiastic to call this the funniest and best show on television, but I'm tossing it out there anyway.
The characters are well-developed and evolve over the course of the season, and the voice talent is gifted -- Chris Parnell is the secret weapon as Morty's not-too-bright dad.
The Pilot is the only episode I was Luke-warm on, because it's the only one where the nastiness overwhelms everything else, but it fits well into the course of the entire season because it gives the bitter alcoholic grandfather Rick something to grow away from, and the first year gets better and better as it rolls along.
There isn't a lot of TV I can watch with my son, but this is just about the best of it. Can't wait for season 2, and I hope there will be more than 11 episodes.
Just plain fantastic! Just what we've been waiting for! At a loss for words!! Thank You God! It's about time that writers have opened up to ideas from a new realm!
This is it! No hold bars, out of this world, other dimensions, straight in your face! I can't wait to see more!
I have to see more! There better be more; it would be pretty ugly, otherwise! Sit down, strap in, hold on and be amazed! Super clever, great story lines, great visuals, smooth, exciting, thought provoking works of art; absolute masterpieces!
I applaud the writers and commend them for their brilliance and am so excited this is happening! The show feels fidgety in the beginning. At first it makes you take a second to get used and into it.
But it's as intelligent and hilarious a show as I haven't seen one since a long time! That's what I and hopeful many other viewers are going to realize after a couple of minutes.
It'S one of those shows that wouldn't happen to be without Adult Swim. Not exactly a family show. Anyways - this show is brilliant.
The humor is not as cheap as in most of the successful cartoons and the show is not as comfortable to watch, but that's one thing that makes it so hilarious.
It's really dark sometimes, and the viewer with a good sense of humor will appreciate that.