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Mar 16, 2018Has a certain charm, But it's offering nothing we haven't seen in 40 years of children's cartoons. The old Formula of good versus bad with the villain thwarted by a cast of good guys (THE Type of Thing scooby doo has been rolling out for ever) is All very well, but it's been surpassed in recent years by much better stuff. Watch fangbone, to give an example and You'll wonder why this stuff is still getting made. Under 10's wI'll Go with it at a push but it's real audience is unsophisticated under 7's.
Aug 08, 2017Honestly, this has to be one of the best shows I've ever seen. Sean Catherine Derek's cinematography is top notch. The parallels between Richard and Lukas are well defined, and describe a very post-modern setting rich with social commentary on post-war America. Kong himself is an amazingly executed analogy for former president Barack Obama. Richard's obsession with technology is reminiscent of Agent Smith, from The Matrix: providing a great message for audiences of all ages, in relation to his struggle against the LGBTTQQIAAP+ cast of characters helping Barack fight back his evil advances of Donald Trump's Bionobots bi-gender heteronormal conformity.
May 30, 2017Very dumb show. Obviously, targeted towards kids, but this is not one of those kids shows that you can watch with them and actually enjoy as an adult. Very little effort put into the characters or the plot. This is very much a "babysitter"-type show that you put on while you try to cook or clean. My 5 year old enjoyed it, but my 9 and 10 year olds lost interest within 15 minutes. That should be telling considering this show is targeted toward the age group of the older two.
May 05, 2016interesting modern take on a classic character
Apr 21, 2016Really dope show, love the animation and pro-social messages