The Venture Bros.


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8.6| TV-MA| en| More Info
Released: 07 August 2004 Canceled
Producted By: Titmouse
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Hank and Dean Venture, with their father Doctor Venture and faithful bodyguard Brock Samson, go on wild adventures facing megalomaniacs, zombies, and suspicious ninjas, all for the glory of adventure. Or something like that.

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Cebalord Very best movie i ever watch
Borserie it is finally so absorbing because it plays like a lyrical road odyssey that’s also a detective story.
Derry Herrera Not sure how, but this is easily one of the best movies all summer. Multiple levels of funny, never takes itself seriously, super colorful, and creative.
Billy Ollie Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
Eric Stevenson This is one of the best animated shows ever made, so it is kind of sad to see that its score on this website has gotten lower over the years. It's still ranked as one of the best and it deserves it. What makes this show great is probably the wonderful cast of characters with tons of great jokes and voices. Seriously, this show has some of the most suiting voices I have ever heard. They all sound hilarious and suit the appearances of the characters perfectly. This show tells the story of a guy named Dr. Venture and his two sons who regularly get their home attacked by the Monarch and various other villains.What's great is probably how a lot of these parody shows would make the villains more interesting than the good guys. That's not always a bad thing, but the awesome thing here is that the good guys are just as funny and entertaining as the villains. It's just great seeing them all play off of each other given how different their personalities are. It's dynamics like these that make for a great cast of characters. As one of the greatest adult cartoons ever made, it's also great that it doesn't go too far with its obscenity or violence.Some adult cartoons like modern "Family Guy" just try to disgust their audience to show how edgy they are. True, we get into some pretty dark territory in this show every now and then, but it never really goes too far. It portrays the characters realistically and never has them try to gross out the viewers. We really do see character development and more of a story go on. Every character has their own quirks that it's hard for me to pick a favorite one. Maybe Henchman 21? He went through great character development. While not as good as "Rick And Morty" still awesome. ****
gmurnan1 One of the great challenges for entertainment creators catering to an adult audience is that adults are harder to amuse. The Venture Brothers does a great job of always delivering material that is uniquely entertaining. The show uses a combination of absurdest elements, sci- fi, and action to keep every episode just as wonderful as the first. Animation can often be a less dynamic medium which makes it less appealing to adults. However, the Venture Brothers' excellent writing and voice acting will hold your attention and make you hungry for more. If you are a fan of "Archer" I would strongly recommend you check out the Venture Brothers. Like Archer, there is strong character development, action, and comedy that will keep you entertained.
silentcheesedude I'd hate to break it to you, but if you fit the 17-34, college drop out but smarter then some of your peers slacker that stays up at night and thinks they know everything about pop culture, AND you've never seen Venture Bros., you're suffocating on what you think is good.Venture Bros. relies on quick jabs to 60-70's cartoons like Jonny Quest, blended with neon punk status of the 80's, a fine mist of the 90's smothered with present day appeal of adventure and/or sci-fi comic books, fads, movies, and TV, and then pasted on with futuristic leaps of almost surreal mechanisms of failure. Lots of failure, but in a very good way.The pokes and prods are endless. Sean Connery. Doc Savage. Clones. The Legion of Doom. Robots. The pot-head/lesbian/abusive version of Scooby-Doo. More Clones. Blacula. Gay Monks. Sexy Russian Spies. Doctor Strange. Charismatic bad guys. Self-serving over pompous good guys. David Bowie. More 'effin clones.About the only bad thing about Venture Bros. is that it's on at night, very late night, which minimizes it's viewers. But, hell, we live in the land of Tivo's, DVD's, Blurays, so, yes, do what you have to do to see it.
johnny-squares It really is refreshing to see something clever and original on television these days. "The Venture Bros." continues to produce episode after episode of simply the best television has to offer. I write this having just watched the conclusion to the second season. There is little point in laying out the plots of each episode, as knowing the basic plot would not reveal the sharp wit contained within each. The best part of this show are the little jokes, jokes the creators were almost trying to slip under the radar of the average viewer. I applaud Jackson and Doc for their creative spark and will be counting the days until the Season Three Premiere!