'Listen, Morty! I got ... uh, brilliant idea! You know, we could create a very good cartoon show: remember the earlier Zemeckis movie ... well, we'll go ahead and take main characters from that point, only make them ... uh, more daring! They won't try to alter something previously, they are going to just rage throughout the universe, add a little more entropy to it. With a lot of Sci-Fi stuff, references to whatever one thinks of, the show will look ... uh, just great Morty! Let's put a number of nerds on him from all over the world. Oh, they'll just pray every episode! And you know what we'll do next?' "Might you close the show outside of boredom and proceed drinking, Rick?" -'No, Morty, you feel over a planetary scale! I will build a robust neutrino bomb and carry it down to the floor, and that is it ... we'll start over again, by using a clean slate!' -'Oh my God, Rick! Don't you think it's too brutal!' "The Simpsons have been receiving the atmosphere upwards of 25 years now, this is really brutal, Morty ..."
It was hard to imagine that the show, created as a type of spit in the direction of Hollywood in the guise of your dirty animated short The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Marty, the location where the solutions to everyone problems were reduced to manipulating Doc's genitals, would grow into something more. However, years later, when Dan Harman, who had previously worked on the astounding series'Community ', joined the creator of your cartoon, Justin Royland, the characters returned to function: in a rather different form, with various names, but with the same voices for a same purpose. - to create a little bit Chaos into the world, and laughter to tears.
The series focuses within the adventures associated with an elderly scientist, Rick and his grandson Morty. You are the genius, cynical, alcohol abuse type. He doesn't care much concerning the people around him ('I know that you will be distinctive in many ways. But you need to realise that from the stage that view of grandfather ... each of you are pieces of sh * t'), laws, orders and values, however, just like the fate of humanity, the universe etc ('During our adventures, Rick and I destroyed everyone, and then we left that reality and entered this'). The second - would not shine with intelligence, but is an excellent stopper for Rick, even though it can not work out for him inside best way. They, in addition to every now and then members of their large family, find themselves on various crazy adventures - from traveling throughout the'Anatomical Park'inside our bodies towards Cronenberg Pocalypse!
On the one hand, rolling around in its appearance as well as the absurdity of humor, the show resembles cartoons like Gravity Falls or Adventure Time, however, Rick and Morty is seen as an uncompromising and difficult humor inside spirit of Robot Chicken or South Park. And here the most interesting thing begins - from the cartoon, seemingly harmless characters can unexpectedly play completely harmless roles: the King Gelatin is usually a pedophile, a domestic dog can enslave the Full Write-up
civilization, and hepatitis C can be quite a good ally. Very cute animation is along with sometimes very, very hard jokes, this also wild contrast adds charm to your show. Another contrast could be the extremely emotional thought of nearby reality by folks Rick's family, with the exceptional insanely skeptical attitude to every one this:'I don't want to upset you, but what individuals call love is just a chemical reaction that forces animals to breed, to start with this can be a strong feeling, but then it slowly weakens, causing you to be in a failed marriage without the need of penny in the bank ... Break the vicious circle, Morty! Be above this! Wind up in science!'
Made by this standpoint,'Rick and Morty'is not a bad satire on social foundations, plus they are very much made fun of here. Here i am talking not directly about love, and also about marriage, family relationships, career and far more. Curiously, together with naked satire, very dramatic moments often slip on the show, and they just do not seem unnatural here - they naturally follow with the plot. For some absurd and satirical cartoons, this is under no circumstances a characteristic feature, and in'Rick and Morty'the series could finish while using torment from the character having a broken heart on the song'Sometimes you may feel it?' musical group Chaos Chaos.
The series won't reduce, doesn't repeat itself. Each episode is perfectly written, with a terrific sense of humor, which enables it to undoubtedly cheer you through the gloomiest day!
I want to end using an optimistic dialogue between Rick and the miniature robot he created:
- What am I created for?
- To transfer oil.
- Oh my gosh God...
- Yes, here you are at the club, buddy!