Rick and Morty: State of Georgia Vs. Denver Fenton Allen full movie review - I'd be ashamed as a Georgian
"Rick and Morty: State of Georgia Vs. Denver Fenton Allen" is a 9-minute animated short film from August this year (2016) that has racked up millions of views on Youtube in the 2 months since its release.
The director is Erica Hayes and here she brings us a courtroom story. I said before that it's animated, but this is only very vaguely true for this one we have here. They were even too lazy to have the mouths moved for every time a character says something. Other than that, it's the usual for Rick and Morty. Lots of swearing, obscene cussing and insulting. And just like the lack of animation, the "contents" here are probably called a creative decision by the makers. Guess what? In my opinion, this film has absolutely nothing to do with creativity at all. This is not a creative achievement as it does not even fulfill the lowest standards of movie-making. It's not a problem that this is a black-and-white film. The problem is that this is a piece of film that is revolting and offers nothing of memorable value at all. O tempora o mores when this has a 9/10 rating here on IMDb. Definitely one of the weakest animated efforts from 2016, oh wait I mean "animated". Nothing about these slightly under 10 minutes deserves the attention it has received. Stay far far away.