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The series, about a cartoon blue jay named Mortdecai and racoon named Rigby who serve as groundskeepers at a local park, premiered on Cartoon Network in 2010. It is created by J.G. Quintel, and began life as a student project while Quintel was at CalArts. Produced by Cartoon Network Studios, “Regular Show” won a Primetime Emmy Award in 2012 for best animated short-format animated program and has earned a total of five Emmy nominations. A movie spinoff, “Regular Show: The Movie,” debuted on Cartoon Network in 2015.
“From Jg’s original pitch on post-it notes, through eight successful seasons and more than 250 episodes produced, ‘Regular Show’ has been one of the most original animated series of this generation creating indelible characters and signature comedy mayhem laced with heart,” said Cartoon Network chief content officer Rob Sorcher. “Our »
- Daniel Holloway
Take me back to high school. Gotta fix this!
If you're going to judge something, you balance two things: ambition and results. A film like Interstellar (2015), for example had incredible ambition with mixed results. Furthermore, the ambition of the film was indisputably worthy of the effort and the results were mixed only in light of its high goal. That is to say, in a lesser space film, the results would have been laudable. In a movie like Regular Show: The Movie (2015), the ambition is about the size of Matthew McConaughey's squinted eyelid. The film's creative team of J.G. Quintel (director/co-writer/vocal star) and Sean Szeles (co-writer) deliver with apparent ease on that gauge, but are perhaps less commendable for that lack of aspiration. Still, it was kind of a giggle.
- Jason Ratigan
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