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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – An animated series on adult swim about the infinite adventures of Rick, a genius alcoholic and careless scientist, with his grandson Morty, a 14-year-old anxious boy who is not so smart. Together, they explore the infinite universes; causing mayhem and running into trouble. Plot: Rick is a mentally-unbalanced but scientifically gifted old man who has recently reconnected with his family. He spends most of his time involving his young grandson Morty in dangerous, outlandish adventures throughout space and alternate universes. Compounded with Morty’s already unstable family life, these events cause Morty much distress at home and school.

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Ratings: 9.2/10 Votes: 467,437

Popularity: 438.965

Reviews: Original and Hand Drawn. 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 are 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 adult swim has a really good show on their hands… 9/10 Review By: realjakeobrien Rating: 9 Date: 2013-12-11

May the Farce “buuurp” Be With You! A dirty old scientist with a tendency to deliver one syllabus out of five with a raspy burp and who looks like a pale imitation (skin-wise) of Doc Emmet Brown literally grabs by the foot his fourteen years old cowardly and not-so-bright grandson named Morty to the craziest adventures outer space, on Earth, or somewhere in between. Now if that couple doesn’t ring a bell, I don’t see what kind of appeal you’ll ever find in this show, but since you’ve registered to IMDb, my guess is that you know what “Rick and Morty” is deliberately ripping off, but don’t get it wrong, it’s not a cheap ersatz of “Back to the Future” combined with the graphic quality (or lack of) of all these post-Simpsons animated sitcoms. And don’t get it wrong, beneath its “South Park”-like an affront to good taste and plot continuity, “Rick and Morty” isn’t your typical “no holds barred” over-the-top cartoon either, like the aforementioned show and other gems such as “Futurama”. I believe without any pompousness that there’s more intelligence in one episode of the unlikely duo than in many wannabe legitimate sci-fi shows or movies. I’d go as far as saying that it is one of the most intelligent shows of the last ten years for both its timely relevance and the way it juggles every possible scientific concept and pushes them all to the most hilarious extremes while maintaining some plausibility. In other words, this is the show that reconciled me with my geeky side, because it takes a geek to spot one and I’d rather believe that the Earth is as flat as calzone (with the olive oil next to it) than that neither of Dan Harmon or Justin Roiland (creators of the show) is geeks. If anything, these guys are proving to the world that nerds rule the world because nerds rule period, only maths and humor can create so much irrationality through pure logic and since maths is the alphabet that wrote the universe (taking a shortcut from Galileo’s quote), it kind of inflates any geek’s ego to be able to get every single joke from “Rick and Morty” and see other audiences laugh at it, it’s like a personal triumph because as a proud geek, I love this show because I understand that the power of humor is to transcend any barriers, just like science, and this is why humor is so precious, it appeals to our intellect, to what makes us humans. Geeks have a sense of humor! And as long as the show is funny, there’s never enough sex or violence, as long as it doesn’t venture into the realm of predictability, it’s the kind of humor that trusts your intelligence and goes as far as the imagination can take you. Any plot can tend to the most infinite implications and just when you think you’ve seen everything; the film finds THE little twist. It even toyed with the parallel universes in a way that made me believe it could really happen, and after all, why not? The best thing about the show, and there are many good things, is that it manages to reassemble pieces of déja vu plot and combine them with scientific concepts and make fresh material out of familiar tropes. How many times did we see a family leaving the house to the kids and then they make a party, but how about two parties, one with teenage friends the older sister wants to impress and Rick’s inter-galactical buddies, how about mixing these two populations and see where it leads to… how about a mystery guest with the hilarious name of Abradolf Linker, the most unlikely hybrid a twisted mind could conceive..

I could go on with that simple plot (the last of season 1) to highlight the writing’s greatness but I could also mention the homage to “Inception”, Morty experiencing parenthood, the way the timeline is continuously screwed up leading to the unlikely scenario where the pair must bury their dead selves from another universe… or how about the portrayal of aliens and planets in other cartoons? “Rick and Morty” feels like a sort of Pandora Pox where any plot can basically unfold, where there are humoristic resources are as infinite as the universe. Of course, Rick’s crude manners and burping shtick or Morty’s anxiety can get redundant, and not every episode is a masterpiece but the sum of all the hilarity each one provides is superior to anything I’ve seen from comedic shows. Plus, it’s never so scientifically inaccurate that you want to disqualify it as a good sci-fi program, there’s never a moment where it feels like fantasy except when it contributes to a funnier bit. And sometimes, it also explores the warmth side and portrays Morty’s family with genuine realism. From a father who’s got too much to prove and a mother who works hard to conceal her hard feelings, you’ve got to wonder how Morty got so insecure, that he’d finally find more balance and advice to confront life with his cynical grandfather makes sense. I wonder too would whether trading all the family love for a burping alcoholic figure capable to take someone to the next galaxy like you go to Hector’s Tacos’ wouldn’t be a better life deal. Morty sure learned one thing or two about life in these crazy adventures. And so did we. I would conclude this review of “Rick and Morty” with that quote from Bogart “the problems of two people don’t matter to a hill of beans in this crazy world”, well, Rick and Morty make them matter more than the universe, and we empathize with them because the world and the universe, and even life have never been as funny without them. I just hope the writers won’t run out of ideas, I kind of like their approach to creation, take your time guys, and may the farce be with you! “Burp”! Review By: ElMaruecan82 Rating: 10 Date: 2018-09-17

Other Information: Rated TV-MA Popularity 438.965 Original Language en Original Title Rick and Morty Total Seasons 6 Released 02 Dec 2013 Runtime N/A Release Year 2013– Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy Director N/A Writer Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland Actors Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer Country United States Awards Won 2 Primetime Emmys. 17 wins & 30 nominations total Production Company N/A Website Technical Information: Sound Mix N/A Aspect Ratio N/A Camera N/A Laboratory Film Length N/A Negative Format N/A Cinematographic Process N/A Printed Film Format



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