Bruno Walton and Melvin "Boots" O'Neal are the most infamous troublemakers at MacDonald Hall - a supposedly prestigious school for boys. Bruno, the brains behind the operation, has managed ... See full summary »
After being uprooted from New York to New Orleans, the Hathaways were ready to just get back to their normal lives in their new home, but little did they know that a family of ghosts had the same idea.
Headmaster Sturgeon has had enough. In an attempt to put an end to Bruno and Boots high jinks, he declares that they are to be separated; no shared classes and, most certainly, no shared ... See full summary »
A new teaching system arrives at the hall and the boys hate it and and try to get rid of it in secret. Bruno's plans never turn out the way they planned so guess who had another plan. The ... See full summary »
I honestly admit I am a fan of the show Star vs. the Forces of Evil. When I saw this thing on Nickelodeon, I actually TRIED to watch it without any comparisons and judgment of the Disney show in mind. So this review is not gonna mention anything from SvtFoE.
When I watched the first episode, the fairy princess, Astral, was so unlikable. The main/supporting characters were stereotypes with little/no interesting character (Devon's the awkward teenager, Tristan's the popular guy)
Now with the plot... It was mostly just a girl whining to her parents about not being able to see the human world. It's funny how Astral's father, the king, says the existence of fairies is to cause mischief to the other humans. Well, why is she in trouble then because SHE WAS CAUSING MISCHIEF IN THE BEGINNING OF THE EPISODE?
Also, the jokes are also awkward and not funny as well. I didn't laugh once. Well, on the bright side... It doesn't have an annoying laugh track.
AVOID THIS SHOW. If you want a good plot, you won't find it. If you want good laughs, you won't find it either.
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