The 1st Ep starts very promising, you can clearly see the show has the necessary budget to pull it all off (nice FX, decent camera work, they even borrowed Nicolas Cage's hair for the main Protagonist), but then the show becomes all kinds of stupid... The only way to sit through all that sub-par writing and acting you're required to shut down your brain and don't think about anything you see or hear. Then when you think that the show can't get any worse, there is a new episode to prove you wrong. I somehow managed to make it past season one before giving up. No Idea how this show still isn't canned.
I was actually surprised and loved the twists and turns. The storyline opens up a lot of discourse about corruption in every facet of life and must commend the writers for being able to bring all these to the table. Despite these, I found there was way too much sex scenes than necessary and chalked these down to laziness on the directors part after all, this ain't no porn!! On many occasions, I wondered why there was a need for this in a scene other than a director who was obsessed with sex. Not a prude but too much of it took away from message being conveyed in those scenes. A lot of violence also but love season four as this is more on the intellect than previous gratuitous silliness.
This show is honestly great. It is easily the best animation show I have seen in a while on any network. The second the show starts you can tell that the characters fit perfectly with each other, and involved with the craziness that happens in the universe with Rick and Morty, they are immediately hilarious and extremely creative at the same time. A couple episodes in and I could tell that this was a unique show, and that people need to be watching it because it has huge potential. And with Dan Harmon writing and directing at the helm of it all, the magic that this show brings is a rare gem in television that people need to watch.. So yeah I highly suggest this show to anyone who wants a true genuine laugh at least once a week.
I was recommended this series by a friend of mine. I must say he was not wrong in recommending, well at least initially. But season two onwards the show has been more about office politics and less about lawsuits. I kept on thinking the show would come back to its core theme in a while but it never did. While it does make a compelling thriller I think all those who would want to watch the real lawsuits are not going to like the season 2 and 3 much
House is a brilliant show medically speaking but so much more than that at the same time. The show is a kind of "24" meets medicine extravaganza. The main character, Dr. Gregory House, is played beautifully by Hugh Laurie. Dr. House is a bitter but brilliant doctor who is crippled in one leg due to the inability of doctors to properly diagnose his problem in time. This makes him a decidedly bitter person when dealing with others yet he is one of the best doctors in his field of diagnostic medicine. He is being forced to serve his clinic hours that he had avoided for a number of years, and this is where the show takes place; in a walk in clinic. Each show is a mysterious new case that puts the patient's life on the line as time runs out. I am disheartened by all of the bad comments people are making about this show, but everyone I have seen this show with and everyone I have shown the show to love it and find it enormously entertaining, funny, and brilliant.