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Animaniacs [VHS]

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  • Acteurs : Nancy Cartwright, Julie Brown, Arte Johnson, Kenichi Ogata, Hiroyuki Shibamoto
  • Réalisateurs : Greg Reyna, Barry Caldwell, Jon McClenahan, Michael Gerard, Bob Kline
  • Format : NTSC
  • Langue : English
  • Studio : Fox Kids Network
  • Date de sortie VHS : 1 octobre 1999
  • ASIN: B00004CQ8C
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still Zany To The Max! 11 septembre 2015
Par Jose Colon - Publié sur
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When I was about 8 years old I decided that I wanted to work in animation when I grew up. Fast forward to my high school years and and its at this point in my life that I made it my goal to work in animation. That notion was cemented by countless weekday afternoons in front of the tv watching the "WB Kids" line up which included Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman The Animated Series, Freakazoid! And Animaniacs.

I could write a dissertation on the above mentioned cartoons but seeing a as how this is an Animaniacs review, I'll keep it on point.

Animaniacs was way ahead of its time, and arguably still is for a cartoon. The quality of animation, hand drawn animation (gasp!) is unmatched by today's cartoon series. The writing on the show was Primetime sitcom worthy. The comedy chock full of sight gags, innuendo, puns, pop culture references, and self aware dialogue was the sharpest and had the widest appeal of any cartoon of that time and since. I mean really, how many cartoons can say that they were silly enough to make kids laugh, yet make references to Citizen Kane and Shirley McLaine to crack up adults? And in the same episode!

Thanks to Amazon Prime, I can watch all the seasons commercial free. And I will also buy these on DVD. Though I sure would love it if WB released a remastered BluRay collection. This series deserves it. As Wakko would say "Fabu!"
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pretty much you either get it or you don't 14 août 2015
Par Michael D. H. - Publié sur
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Pretty much you either get it or you don't, but if you get it, it's about as clever, witty and funny as television gets. The real payoff comes if you are culturally literate enough to catch the references and puns (some amazingly obscure) and also understand something of the historical characters and settings. But you're totally left on your own to know if something is supposed to be funny . . . I think they smaller the number of people who caught a joke, the better the writers liked it. And the songs and scoring are absolutely first-rate.

I've always believed that The Animaniacs was produced to entertain the people writing, scoring and voicing it, who were having a good time being clever and showing off their talents to their peers. So if the funny stuff sailed over your head, either because you were a kid watching a kid's show, or because you were an adult and thought you were watching a kid's show, or maybe because you just weren't quick enough, well, that was hardly their problem, was it?
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Heck of A Toon 2 juillet 2015
Par L. Foix - Publié sur
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As a child growing up in the 90's, shows like Animaniacs and Tiny Toons were in somewhat decent company with other kid friendly shows. They acknowledged how smart kids actually were while giving a nod and wink to older crowds. Today, they are an anomaly. Going back and watching an episode or two of Animaniacs, it's easy to see what made it an instant favorite of many a kid in its heyday. It holds up incredibly well, and delivers laughs with relative ease. When it wants to be smart, it is. When it wants to be absurd, it is. When it wants to make a statement, it does. When it wants you to feel, it does so incredibly well. When it wants to be an exceptional social commentary for its era, it is. And I still can't help loving it!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Animaniacs Rock! 22 juillet 2013
Par Carolina Girl - Publié sur
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I would give any 'Animaniacs' DVD a '5,' except for all the left-wing attempts to denigrate the 'right.' Other than that, I love these charming, lovable 'kids!' 'Pinky & the Brain' are always a hoot, of course; as is 'Slappy, the Squirrel.' I don't really care for 'The Hippos,' and I can't really tell you why ... I just don't care for them. And I always have a soft spot for poor ole 'Buttons.' He has it tough and gets no respect; but Mindy is so sweet in the end of every episode and you know she loves her Buttons. 'Goodfeathers' is always a highlight, as well ... who ever said friends can't disagree sometimes ... LOL! 'Katie-ka-boom' is another one I can't find myself caring for too much ... but, oh, well. And the little snippets of 'Good Idea/Bad Idea,' as well as 'Mime Time' are always fun! Favorite episodes ... Dezanitized; Taming of the Screwy; The Flame; Wally Llama; The Great Wakkorati: the Master and His Music; Bumbie's Mom; Space Probed; among others. And, yes, I would recommend this to others, in spite of Spielberg's political views and his attempt to promote them in what are supposed to be fun cartoons.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Childhood happiness transferred 18 juin 2015
Par Sara - Publié sur
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There is nothing that screams reliving my childhood more than eating a bowl of Cap'n Crunch and watching Animaniacs. The pop culture references are lost on my kids but I imagine this is what my parents felt when watching Looney Toons with me. They still laugh hysterically at the physical comedy and of course the potty humor. My boys love Pinky and the Brain and Slappy the Squirrel. I still thrill at the sound of Bernedette Peters' voice as Rita the cat and try desperately to stifle my giggles at the musical styling of Wakko as he belches the classics. I am looking forward to more binge watching along with my kids, but we promise to get our chores done too.
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