The creator Bouchard perfected in Bob’s Burgers what he started with Home Movies, his lively UPN film revived by Adult Swim in 2002. The animated film created by Brendon Small explores family relationships. Complex family with smart and humorous dialogue, simple animations and parody genre, all filtered through the eyes of an ambitious 8-year-old filmmaker (voiced by Petite). In the second season in particular, the movie turns into a family sitcom in a circular fashion, without sacrificing the superior advantages of Adult Swim. Bob’s Burgers feels like a Home Movies sequel: in disrespectful times and uses similar techniques and themes, but with greater scope and more mature storytelling. Being able to explore each situation through five very specific points of view from the characters at different stages of life allows for more flesh display (no pun intended). One technique that sets Home Movies and Bob’s Burgers’ s insistence on Bouchard’s insistence on recording together. This creates the chemistry between the characters that is difficult to come across when you can’t see the actor physically interact on the screen and thus creates a more reliable family dynamics.
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