Three Animated Television Series Film Review by Nicky

Three Animated Television Series
Looks at the 'Imaginationland' trilogy of "South Park", the 'Hot Tub' episode of "Drawn Together" and 'Godfellas' episode of "Futurama".
# 147875 | 840 words | 0 sources | 2011 | US
Published on Aug 03, 2011 in Communication (Television) , Film (Television) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.)

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The paper first examines the 'Imaginationland' trilogy from the aninmated series "South Park", which includes social and political commentary and metaphysical issues that touch upon the viewer's fears and hopes. Next, the author concludes that the pilot episode 'Hot Tub' of the animated series "Drawn Together" relies on stereotypical jokes, which means that there is little holding the show together beneath the superficial giggles. The paper concludes that the episode title 'Godfellas' of "Futurama", which refers to the Scorsese movie "Goodfellas", carries out the same lighthearted philosophical and insightful tone of this film.

Table of Contents:
"South Park":'Imaginationland'
"Drawn Together": 'Hot Tub' Episode
"Futurama": 'Godfellas' Episode

From the Paper:

"The pilot episode of "Drawn Together" introduces the characters of the show as well as its tone, theme, and style of humor. The basic premise of Drawn Together is a reality show for animated characters. The cast of characters lives in a giant mansion together with "a million" cameras on them at all times. They speak into the camera in the private room just like on real-life reality shows. Moreover, the interpersonal conflicts and melodrama are also integral to the show."

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