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Home Movies

Show Summary

Home Movies is a show about Brendon Small, a kid raised in a single parent home. He also directs his own home-made movies with best friends Jason and Melissa. It is made by Soup2Nuts using Squigglevision in the first season, and Flash in the second season and up.

Home Movies was a short lived series on UPN in 1999, until Cartoon Network picked it up. It ran from 2001-2004 for three more seasons as part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block before it was finally cancelled in 2004.

DVD Releases Season 1: 13 episodes - November 16, 2004 Season 2: 13 episodes - May 31, 2005 Season 3: 13 episodes - November 15, 2005 Season 4: 13 episodes - May 16, 2006
Melissa Bardin Galsky

Melissa Bardin Galsky

Melissa Robbins, Various

H. Jon Benjamin

H. Jon Benjamin

Jason Penopolis, Coach John McGuirk, Perry, Various

Brendon Small

Brendon Small

Brendon Small, Dwayne, Walter, Ken & Junior Addleburg, Various

Janine Ditullio

Janine Ditullio

Paula Small, Various (2001-2004)

Loren Bouchard

Loren Bouchard

Josie Small, Phone Voice, Various (Uncredited)

Paula Poundstone

Paula Poundstone

Paula Small (1999)

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Looks poorly drawn to be a hit

    3.0
    Sorry, but I cant help looking at the way all the characters are drawn and telling myself, "Gee, they look I just cant get past that problem to enjoy the show if I even tried my hardest.
  • good show !

    10
    a very funny smart show that deserves a revival due to all the current crap on adult swim

  • Not a favorite, but still somewhat enjoyable...

    7.5
    Home Movies is about a boy named Brendon Small, who video-tapes movies in order to one day become a movie producer.

    It's incredibly awkward, first of all. I think the humor comes more from the coach than it does with Brendon or his mother. I don't really like the characters, except maybe the coach a little bit.

    The animation is downright lazy. I get a headache watching the first season because of how choppy it is. But I'm glad that they sort of fixed it in later episodes.

    I never found myself loving or hating this show. I just don't really understand why it's so popular among people. I've seen a decent amount of episodes to come to my final conclusion:

    Eh.

    Home Movies is okay. Not great, but certainly not the worst on Adult Swim.moreless
  • Suprisingly hilarious.

    8.0
    This show proves that animation doesn't have to be smooth in order to make a good show (though it IS very important). Home Movies' animation is very choppy, with "squigglemation" lines, and distorted characters. At first glance, it can turn a viewer off. However, Home Movies manages to do something rare: it manages to be hilarious and totally watchable despite it's oddball external appearance. Its casual and is as hilarious as it is oddball. Its a shame Adult Swim doesn't produce more good shows like this. I give Home Movies and 8 out of 10.moreless
  • Home Movies shows just as much entertainment as a real movie.

    10
    I don't know about you, but Home Movies was always a great series in my eyes. It was clever, and most of the time hilarious. What was best about this show is that it wasn't as trashy as the other shows Adult Swim has around today, it stood out from the rest. The animation was the only flaw though, Home Movies was created in the era of cartoons where the animation had improved. Other than that, the show is brilliant. And I don't know about you, but this show could be so stupid at times that you couldn't help but laugh at it.moreless
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    • (c) & TM 2004 Cartoon Network and Soup2Nuts
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    quirky characters, Adult, buddies and gal pals, funny fantasies, dry humor