Rick and Morty: Season 4 Reviews

  • 27m ago

    Seem like the crew quit after the first episode this season. This season is for the kids. The existential darkness is not there at all after the first episode. The stakes were much higher in the past, getting schwiffty to save the planet, making deals with the devil, every throwing a party and &*%!ing with time. Now it is about a heist spoof or tinder, next will be some Games of Thrones spoof, just watch. Either the writers have just given up or they new ones who don't get it. I can't watch it anymore after episode 3. Just garbage, like how many times has Rick been totally wasted up this season.. has he got high on space drugs to solve the Palestinian problem, has he trolled the President? No this is dribble for children now. Well show had a good run, seasons 1 - 3 were great. Just stop with season 3 and you will good.

    Seem like the crew quit after the first episode this season. This season is for the kids. The existential darkness is not there at all after the first episode. The stakes were much higher in the past, getting schwiffty to save the planet, making deals with the devil, every throwing a party and &*%!ing with time. Now it is about a heist spoof or tinder, next will be some Games of Thrones spoof, just watch. Either the writers have just given up or they new ones who don't get it. I can't watch it anymore after episode 3. Just garbage, like how many times has Rick been totally wasted up this season.. has he got high on space drugs to solve the Palestinian problem, has he trolled the President? No this is dribble for children now. Well show had a good run, seasons 1 - 3 were great. Just stop with season 3 and you will good.

  • 7h ago

    When it comes to slapstick what the hell humor, Rick and Morty is the place to go. When the series tries, it can be original and truly a comedic work of art, most of the time, it recycles common themes and just calls it weird names.

    When it comes to slapstick what the hell humor, Rick and Morty is the place to go. When the series tries, it can be original and truly a comedic work of art, most of the time, it recycles common themes and just calls it weird names.

  • 8h ago

    Season 4 gets off to a great start with episode 1, but episodes 2 and 3 hit series low-points that make me fear for the direction of the series. Heres to hoping it picks up.

    Season 4 gets off to a great start with episode 1, but episodes 2 and 3 hit series low-points that make me fear for the direction of the series. Heres to hoping it picks up.

  • 12h ago

    Only three episodes in, so far, but this season is looking VERY promising! Possibly better than the last one which was not as good as the first two, in my opinion, though some episodes shone through. Even a bad episode of Rick and Morty is better than 99% of the other shows out there, today. If you aren't already a fan, get to binge watching and catch up, it's worth it!

    Only three episodes in, so far, but this season is looking VERY promising! Possibly better than the last one which was not as good as the first two, in my opinion, though some episodes shone through. Even a bad episode of Rick and Morty is better than 99% of the other shows out there, today. If you aren't already a fan, get to binge watching and catch up, it's worth it!

  • 14h ago

    1st class humor...I bought a bunch of their merch!

    1st class humor...I bought a bunch of their merch!

  • 1d ago

    Espectacular temporada apuntada a preocuparse por el desarrollo y la madurez de sus personajes.

    Espectacular temporada apuntada a preocuparse por el desarrollo y la madurez de sus personajes.

  • 1d ago

    Best cartoon out in 2018 and 2019. Nuff said.

    Best cartoon out in 2018 and 2019. Nuff said.

  • 1d ago

    Excelente temporada, no ha defraudado ningún solo capítulo 👌🏻

    Excelente temporada, no ha defraudado ningún solo capítulo 👌🏻

  • 2d ago

    Just finished watching S4E02, and I was compelled to comment somewhere on the internet because it seems like everyone likes the new episodes. The first two seasons were incredible, with almost every episode inspiring some thought. Season 3 and on however, have not produced the same effect. In my opinion, the writers either ran out of creative steam or got overwhelmed by their explosive popularity. In seasons 1&2, the personalities of Rick and Morty were very realistic and even relatable (in an odd cartoonish hyperbole). Morty was timid, had a crush on a girl in school, and was constantly bullied by Rick and others. His anxiety and behavior made sense with his personality profile. Rick was portrayed as a mad scientist, but not a god. The most extreme tech he displayed was the portal gun/multiverse jumping. This allowed for the inclusion of existential topics, and even raised questions about why things are the way they are. In season 3 and 4, the scifi tech has become a primary focus of the show, instead of a means to explore deeper topics. For example, the mech suits in season 2 hinted at how angry and unstable Morty actually is, but was done in a subtle manner. In comparison to the s4e01, Morty rampages without any real life event triggering it. The obsession with Jessica was far from relatable to the audience, and the lack of repercussion for Morty seemed lazy. When Rick destroyed the world in season 1, they had to move to a new reality and Morty nearly freaked out from seeing his own dead body. In season 4, Morty makes a weird noise and everyone forgives him after killing a ton of people. It was the plot equivalent of a knock knock joke. The whole development of Rick's personality has been disappointing in seasons 3 and 4. Rick has become an unlikable character that is completely one-dimensional. In the past, his dick-ish behavior was accompanied by his deep personality flaws, which were able to explain why he is the way he is. His alcoholism/drug abuse have been largely ignored, whereas it was a serious character flaw/behavioral motive in the first two seasons. The topic of Rick nearly killing himself over a lover was never revisited or touched on again. His need for approval from Summer and Morty has morphed into some weird narcissistic behavior that makes little sense for a man living in his daughter's garage. Overall, the writing of season 3 and 4 is missing the improvisational aspect that made the first two seasons feel so organic and enjoyable. I've re-watched S1 and 2 multiple times because of how profound they were, so I'm honestly just sad that R&M has become so lackluster and forgettable.

    Just finished watching S4E02, and I was compelled to comment somewhere on the internet because it seems like everyone likes the new episodes. The first two seasons were incredible, with almost every episode inspiring some thought. Season 3 and on however, have not produced the same effect. In my opinion, the writers either ran out of creative steam or got overwhelmed by their explosive popularity. In seasons 1&2, the personalities of Rick and Morty were very realistic and even relatable (in an odd cartoonish hyperbole). Morty was timid, had a crush on a girl in school, and was constantly bullied by Rick and others. His anxiety and behavior made sense with his personality profile. Rick was portrayed as a mad scientist, but not a god. The most extreme tech he displayed was the portal gun/multiverse jumping. This allowed for the inclusion of existential topics, and even raised questions about why things are the way they are. In season 3 and 4, the scifi tech has become a primary focus of the show, instead of a means to explore deeper topics. For example, the mech suits in season 2 hinted at how angry and unstable Morty actually is, but was done in a subtle manner. In comparison to the s4e01, Morty rampages without any real life event triggering it. The obsession with Jessica was far from relatable to the audience, and the lack of repercussion for Morty seemed lazy. When Rick destroyed the world in season 1, they had to move to a new reality and Morty nearly freaked out from seeing his own dead body. In season 4, Morty makes a weird noise and everyone forgives him after killing a ton of people. It was the plot equivalent of a knock knock joke. The whole development of Rick's personality has been disappointing in seasons 3 and 4. Rick has become an unlikable character that is completely one-dimensional. In the past, his dick-ish behavior was accompanied by his deep personality flaws, which were able to explain why he is the way he is. His alcoholism/drug abuse have been largely ignored, whereas it was a serious character flaw/behavioral motive in the first two seasons. The topic of Rick nearly killing himself over a lover was never revisited or touched on again. His need for approval from Summer and Morty has morphed into some weird narcissistic behavior that makes little sense for a man living in his daughter's garage. Overall, the writing of season 3 and 4 is missing the improvisational aspect that made the first two seasons feel so organic and enjoyable. I've re-watched S1 and 2 multiple times because of how profound they were, so I'm honestly just sad that R&M has become so lackluster and forgettable.

  • 2d ago

    Your boos mean nothing, I've seen what makes you cheer.

    Your boos mean nothing, I've seen what makes you cheer.