The movie's not perfect, but it sticks the landing of its message. It was engaging - thrilling at times - and I personally thought it was a great time.
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Too childish, like most sitcoms on Disney Channel. Actors are trying to do a good job, but aren't, for the most part. They are mediocre. The show has good potential, but exercises it in a very juvenile way. Episodes don't keep you fully attended, because they're just so childish and simplistic. It is difficult to explain, as one would have to watch a much better sitcom, like some of the ones that appear on YTV. There is something about the acting, the way the scenes run, connect, etc., that makes this show a little dull and not that good. Makes it boring. It's the way scenes cut too fast and randomly skip to another random scene, instead of a smoother flow that can hold people's attention and make them feel grounded in the plot. A serious issue with most of the shows on Disney, which seem to lack proper editing and coordination, even though the actors are of a similar age to the ones in YTV sitcoms. It is as if this channel produces shows that are purposely stupid.*5/10*
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The Loud House, that's what this is obviously trying to be. There are almost no ideas left for TV shows, i know, but at least try or something. And if you like this show, that's fine, but this is just my opinion. First off: character trying to "survive" the hustle of a big family of 7. And thank god that it isn't a family of 11 kids actually so i don't constantly need to feel bad for mothers who don't know how to use condoms. But yeah, all i can see is The Loud House here. They even have things scattered around the gutter on the roof like in The Loud House. And I know that Disney Channel is based around taking other ideas, but saying all this negative stuff would be a bit to sour and mean spirited, so i'll say that they at least try. But they turned it into another generic sitcom. Yeah, Disney Channel is just the biggest producer of generic sitcoms. Unlike anything else like The Middle or The Flintstones, these sitcoms are just bland like a piece of raw toast (bread i know). And finally the finishing touch: I just really left this show with a bad taste in my mouth to be honest, but please don't get too angry.
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Once again this show doesn't disappoint....when it comes to crappy content. Did you think this would be a positive review? Sorry but I can't give credit where it isn't due. This show was awful when it debuted and it's awful now. The latest episodes feature more of the same irresponsible, oftentimes offensive garbage it's been peddling since Ep. 1. they actually have an episode where the parents leave the children all alone in the house and have cameras around the house so they can 'monitor' them. Is that what passes for parenting now? Its bad enough that they're bad actors they are even worse parents! The kids are even worse. They are rude, have no respect for each other or their parents. The oldest boy,Ethan, is self centered and snobby which I don't get cause he can't act. The only thing he should do is stand there and be quiet, or better yet they could take him off the cast and just hang up a picture of him on the set instead. Also can we stop with the racist crap? The stereotypes and misrepresentation on the Hispanic culture is so appalling. It's surprising that it allowed on the air.
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I want to say that I agree with you 100% that GMW needs to take notes. SitM shows a realistic household with real kids. Kids that are messy, kids that get into trouble, a household where not every kid is a talented genius. GMW teaches lessons about life. Does it really? Have you watch GMW fanboys? It teaches you that life is depressing in every single way. No matter what the challenge it will involve some sort of tear shedding or hardship. That is not life. Not everything that happens in life is something that is so challenging that you question your existence. That is what makes SitM so good. It shows that life is fun for children in a large household. It shows realistic parents that don't speak in parables all the time but speak normally. Here we are presented with a single camera show that may be a tad strange to those use to the current Disney format without a laugh track (Kirby Bucketts is successful for this reason). Just sit back and enjoy the ride people. Not every household is perfect.