Big Mouth is a 2017 Netflix original animated series created by comedian Nick Kroll with Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett. The show has been said to be based off of Nick Kroll's adolescent/teenage years, with Kroll voicing his fictional self.
Why It Sucks
- The character designs are very poor and ugly, with big bulging eyes with pupils that look like gems. Kroll's character's design, in particular, is the worst, with his head being bigger than the rest of his body.
- It could be considered child pornography, it shows a monster giving Andrew the experience of a nocturnal emission, also known as a "wet dream" + several other NSFW things happening to children that really shouldn't be allowed in an animated series CENTERED AROUND CHILDREN.
- Wonky animation.
- It literally shows Jessi, a girl, experiencing her first period, complete with blood leaking and staining her shorts. Yes, really. It also shows her vagina, which can talk. YES, REALLY.
- Wasted the talents of Nick Kroll, Jenny Slate, Maya Rudolph, Kristin Bell, John Mulaney, and others who were involved in this series.
- It feels like those sex ed videos you watch during health class, but much more graphic and thinly veiled as harmless-looking animated episodes of confused and hormonal kids.
- The image you are seeing in this page feature the characters holding their private parts.
- Insulting sexual orientations and continues mock those with no chances to engage interaction with the opposite sex. It could funny if one person is bi-curious or indecisive attraction another individual. Nope! Literally saying be gay or desperate to get someone.
- It makes you uncomfortable with cringy sex jokes.
- The Hormone Monster is worse than American Dad's alien (Roger). Why? He will violate anything with a hole (alive, dead or a etc.) No matter what you do, he'll have something to say and invasion of personal space if he can. Even, beheading and desecrating the Garrison Keillor with..... Just watch "Requiem of a Wet Dream" with a barf bag. It will make want to erase that memory like MIB (Men in Black).
- Decent voice acting.
- Some episodes have fairly decent plots.
- Good music.
- The plot sounds fair.
- Some but not often funny jokes.
- Concrete morals that are fairly good for a show like this. (Like "know your sexual orientation than labeling it" and "don't be afraid of your body, especially in sexuality.")
- Most of the writers are experienced females, thus giving a quite accurate depiction of females going through puberty rather than just assuming things at face value.
- Unlike many shows that tried to just rip-off South Park, this show has its own identity and knows itself.