The Boondocks
The Boondocks
TV-MA | 06 November 2005 (USA)
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    I love this movie so much

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    Absolutely Fantastic

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    Bluebell Alcock

    Ok... Let's be honest. It cannot be the best movie but is quite enjoyable. The movie has the potential to develop a great plot for future movies

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    There are moments in this movie where the great movie it could've been peek out... They're fleeting, here, but they're worth savoring, and they happen often enough to make it worth your while.

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    Michael Radny

    The Boondocks is truly original in its approach. Everything from the humour to the story to the characters, there's nothing that The Boondocks copies from its predecessors. I was, to be honest, skeptical of what might become of the first episode when watching it, but I couldn't have been more surprised with what the pilot delivered. The laughs were in abundance, the humour is adult and explicit which gives it a more mature feel and not leaving you with a boredom sense. The Boondocks is a great binge watcher. Episode after episode will have you in stitches if not suffocating on just how hilarious every moment can be. I will warn, as for most things, the humour may offend, but that is all the more reason that this brilliant show gives off to its charm.

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    the Boondock is definitely worth watching (apart from season 4 which isn't as good) because its not just got unique comedy and also meaning and morale to some episodes. its characters are hilarious all of them to Grandpa a (apparently)former civil rights protester to Riley a wannabe gangster rapper and Uncle Ruckus a racist black man who thinks he is white and even the side characters too like Gangstalicous or Thugnificent. its cast is also amazing as its fun too see rappers and celebrities cast such interesting people like cello green Busta rhymes Snoop dogg Nate dogg Xzhibit and Samuel Jackson. and all episodes are different and clever. so really you should go on amazon instant now.

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    After watching the fourth season of the Boondocks it became painfully clear Aaron Mcgruder was what kept this show alive. The first three seasons where clever and while still clearly parodies of specific pop culture areas it was done in such a way that it felt more like they were inspired by a particular reference rather than a straight out parody. With the lose of Aaron Mcgruder after season 3 all the subtlety in this show seems to have departed as well. Episodes now are clear parodies that try to survive on being connected and relevant rather than crafting a story based around a topic and characters have become a lot more two dimensional, relying on the stereotypes of there role from previous seasons rather than growing and changing like they did in the earlier seasons. Really I didn't laugh half as much in season four as I did in the other seasons.

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    If you get angry just hearing the word Nigga then this show will make you commit murder so don't watch it!!!.For those who seen it and see it as only as full of stereotypes and stuff just watch BET shows from 04, Cribs, remember everyone with chains, thats what they mainly made fun of not a race of people if you think that way you yourself are ignorant or already have your mind set one way and not open enough for those who said this show blacks have trouble in suburbia well there is Tom the weak willed lawyer and truth is in life if you are a minority in an racial majority neighborhood you are treated different and it bothers you until you feel accepted.Thouse who said this has no message it, its actually clear racial equality, relax and enjoy things, no matter how full of hate give a helping hand Robert Freeman to Uncle Rucus, have faith, and don't quit on your beliefswell thats what I got out of it.

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