Adventure Time


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8.6| 0h30m| TV-PG| en

Hook up with Finn and Jake as they travel the Land of Ooo searching for adventure. But remember, adventure isn’t always easy. Sometimes you’ve got to battle fire gnomes that torture old ladies, save a smelly hot dog princess from the Ice King, and thaw out a bunch of frozen businessmen. What the cabbage?!


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ShangLuda Admirable film.
Comwayon A Disappointing Continuation
Philippa All of these films share one commonality, that being a kind of emotional center that humanizes a cast of monsters.
Billy Ollie Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
Anonymousmystery Adventure Time is great! I love all the characters and the storylines are very intriguing. I love the comedy and the story. My favorite characters are definitely Jake, beemo, and lady rainicorn. The colorful and imaginative animation make it a fun show to watch it. Highly recommend this show. 10/10
amarbdmi Although it may be a falsely generalized statement, but from my experience, American animated series are good at portraying society and being critical of pop culture, the strong suit of Japanese animated is creating a pure fantasy world, well not completely pure, you'll always see the trace of reality. Among my years of watching cartoons, which are not short, I have the impression that American creator adore the subject of politics, society, philosophy, not many are in favor of the pure fantasy genres, which is viewed more or less suitable for kids. Don't get me wrong, there're great deal of cartoons with a trippy style, but I don't view them as fantasy. Over use of hallucinations alone is not enough for the cartoons to be classified as fantasy which need to set up world with pure imagination and buried the trace of reality as deep as possible. Adventure time might be the only fantasy series made in American that I have found, cartoons like Steven universe would be qualified too, but at least its the best. Some may think series such as "the last air bender" or "samurai jack" are fantasy too, but I beg to differ. For example "the last air bender" has a very direct reflection on imperialism and the current political environment of various countries. "samurai jack" is not that far away from reality it just like a folk tale which tend to be a little exaggerate. The adventure time is a fantasy through and through. It happened in a completely made up world surrounded by mysteries with no clear reference to the real world what so ever, from the characters to the major story lines. Yes adventure time borrowed heavily from dungeons and dragons universe, but it is not a dungeons and dragons tale with the usual theme, it's far from it. Other subtle reference might be found such as mushroom war, which might refer to nuclear war. But this analogy won't take you far, all it implies is that this is a post apocalyptic world. Indeed no fantasy is completely free from reality, what separates great ones from the rest is the splendid and insightful world it create, which when the viewer submerge themselves into, create this overwhelmed feelings, by the joy and sadness happened in it. Adventure time is a show just like this.The different ideas of creating between west and east can be seen clearly. While traditionally, people might think eastern arts have this way of creation that won't tell you every thing and always leave room for imagination, the west tend to do the opposite. But in the field of animation, the role is basically reversed. While Japanese animation provide great detail and gorgeous visual, American animation's offering is nothing but ungroomed drawing. Maybe it's a coincident or not, but this style resonate very well with fantasy genre, even better than that of the Japanese style. This won't be true on other genre, for example, if the "last air bender" was drawn in Japanese, it would be a treat for the eyes. Over all adventure time is certainly the best fantasy animation made in American in my view, and it's definitely worthy to watch.
TheBlueHairedLawyer I'm so sick to hell of hearing about this show all the time. I've been told on numerous occasions by friends that 'Adventure Time' is "so deep and beautiful and daring!" uh yeah, no. I watched as many episodes as I could find, trying to seek out this supposed depth, imagination and value, but all I found was a television show that offers the perfect excuse for kidults to never have to grow up. Smug hipsters, basement-dwelling adults with Peter Pan Syndrome, and of course my fellow college students who've blown their student loans on merchandise from 'Adventure Time', seem to flock to its randomness, bright colours and trippy characters like moths to a flame. It was vaguely cute, and I probably would have fallen in love with 'Adventure Time' if I was still twelve years old, but I must be the biggest idiot alive because I just view this show as useless, immature and a big waste of time, with ridiculous characters, a plot that my little brother could write up in an afternoon of boredom, an annoying soundtrack and lazy humour. I have no problem if other people enjoy it, more power to ya, I say. But I really wish I'd stop seeing it and hearing about it EVERYWHERE, from shopping malls to YouTube recommendations to comic book shops. I'm completely lost here, what pray-tell is so special about this dumb cartoon other than it's shiny and happy and dopey?
samuel-hashemzehi One thing ahead: This show is not very well suitable for children. They will not understand most of it's story and a lot of episodes contain 'creepy' scenes.I absolutely love this show, especially how it has developed since Season 3/4. The latest episodes have a very dark tone and develop more of an understanding how the Adventure Time universe has developed. Starting from 'The Vault', to Finn searching for his father and finally the episode 'Crossover'. Often this show gets compared to Regular Show but I don't think the target audience is really the same, a lot of other viewers will agree that if you love the humour and back-story of Adventure Time you do not like Regular Show and vice versa.I admit, this show is not for everyone, a lot of episodes are very random and not my really my taste but I don't watch the series for these episodes.If you are into weird, lovely and sometimes really sad and depressing shows, this is definitely a very good choice.