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Watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) full movie online freeThis is an incredibly funny comedy. although it’s probably not suitable for people over 26-ish. Andy delivers the comedy incredibly well and leaves me wanting more after each episode. i also trust that this show will be going on for a while considering the variety of the characters. But as i mentioned earlier it’s not suitable for people around 29 or higher. it obviously has to do with the main character Andy, he also stares in a band named The lonely island. This band has many perhaps “childish” songs. Another thing is how i like that there is no “laughing audience” in the background like most shows have. It really intensifies the awkwardness which comes with the inappropriate jokes. By the way this show is nothing like the big bang theory so stop comparing it to it please.

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Review Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) by montez7679 – I can’t understand who wouldn’t find this show fantastic

I respect that different people have different tastes in music, clothes, women, movies etc…but if you are saying that this show is bad I really feel like your sense of humor is lacking. I’m a detective for one of the largest police departments in the country and I will advise everyone that doesn’t realize it but this show is closer to how real police go about their day than any of those CSI, or garbage procedural shows. Cops do all that stuff all day…pranking each other, busting balls, trying to have a little fun. The job gets a little heavy sometimes so if we didn’t have some fun it would be long days. This show is hilarious and perfectly timed retorts by Braugher and Crews are classic. Its the low key lines that make I hilarious…the over the top cheap laughs are somethkng all shows have to do to please the masses…who are stupid. Pay attention to the underlying comedy…its priceless…….”Terry does love yogurt”

Review Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) by prashantsaxena2790 – One of the most promising comedy shows to air this season

Brooklyn Nine Nine is a new age police procedural comedy with an excellent cast and spectacular production. But that isn’t what makes the show great, rather its something very trivial. The show, being a comedy, peculiarly enough,doesn’t use any laugh track or a live audience to record laughs. In fact, they just provide us with a sketch where the viewer can decide whether it was funny enough for him to enjoy (laugh) or not.The show should be credited for its humorous subplots within an episode.The cast also portray their characters in an outstandingly witty fashion. The writer’s vision of a comic police station is right on the money. I may have been biased so i couldn’t think of flaws. An Amazing show. One of 2013’s best.

Review Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) by Dunning-Kruger – A surprisingly pleasant, silly yet witty show.

After first hearing about Brooklyn Nine-Nine, I was fairly skeptical about yet another attempt on Fox’s part to regain their former position as king of network comedy, however; minutes after it had started, I was able to find an affection for this show that I haven’t had for a comedy pilot since The Office.

Anchored in large part by Andy Samberg’s ironic sense of humor, it also features plenty of dead-pan humor and caricatures, much of it being a parody of the typical crime drama.

Half-way through, I realized it felt fairly reminiscent of The Office’s early days, unbeknownst to me that was intended to channel that style and humor, despite it not being a mockumentary.

Personally, I felt it to be one of the strongest pilots for a comedy I had seen in a while. They introduce the audience to the characters in a way that doesn’t come across as them trying to bluntly introduce us, as so many shows clumsy do; Shows that tell us how close two friends are in a way real people don’t talk, by having one of them tell the other, “I know you said you didn’t want to hang out Friday but I’m your best friend and we’re going to hang out.” Brooklyn 9-9 accomplishes these crucial initial first impressions by not overstating the core personalities of the characters. Half way in, we quickly begin to experience the precincts average day and learn of the quirky interactions that occur between characters alongside the new C.O., Capt. Holt(Andre Braugher). Some characters do leave something to be desired in terms of having something to offer to the show, but the groundwork is solid.

There certainly is the expected detective work, but the main focus is the ludicrous and off-beat styles of the detectives. One of the best things I like about this show, thus far, is the fact that it is able to surprise me with its jokes, most of which are not exactly the shock-value type that are only there because they’re so random they’re humorous. Though as I recall, that style is mixed in with other, more witty jokes.

I don’t see this as a show that will appeal to mass audiences, simply because it is more quirky and witty, though not necessarily requiring its viewers to think more about the jokes.

People who enjoy(ed) shows like The Office, Parks and Rec., Community, South Park, Psych, possibly Modern Family, etc., will more likely than not find something to like about this show.

Obviously not everyone will appreciate it, but I strongly encourage those who are interested in watching it, to watch the entire pilot before making a full opinion.

In the end, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a fun and silly satire about the clichés of police shows, while still able to not take itself too seriously.

Review Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) by Ben Hinman – Very Funny, Great Cast, Great Characters

It may be too soon to say having not even finished their first season yet, but since i haven’t seen an episode i didn’t enjoy i think its safe to say this one is a keeper. The one issue i have is how short the episodes are, which means if you watch the trailer for the series you’ve already seen half of the first episode. There’s a lot of great jokes particularly regarding the characters, each one with their own eccentric personalities, and one of the things i love about this show is that it doesn’t have to play on racial stereotypes to be funny. Its got one of the most ethnically diverse casts out there but it doesn’t even care because thats not who they are. for instance Terry Crews doesn’t play the hardened streetwise character, he plays the hulkish desk sergeant who is absolutely terrified of guns. Seeing Terry Crews scream like a little girl and freak out trying to put a magical princess castle together is just priceless gold. Or Rosa, the extremely abrasive criminally adept cop who doesn’t have an off switch for her intimidating nature. The conversations between her and the timid pushover Detective Boyle make for some great television.

There’s also the expressionless, unreadable openly gay police captain who is anything but a gay stereotype, the sociopathically manipulative secretary who in her own words “thrives on dysfunctional relationships”, and detective scully who is in every sense of the word a failure, smelly, lazy, unadept and just all around a horrible police officer. Andy Sandberg really is just the cherry on top of a great ensemble cast. He plays his normal goofy immature character, but he’s not without his redeeming qualities. He embarrasses himself on more than one occasion but this causes people to underestimate him and his wit which he uses to actually solve crimes. This and his competitiveness with detective Santiago cause him to keep his successes just above his screw-ups, and if he didn’t actually solve cases he’d probably be fired for goofing off on the job.

Overall i want to see Peralta learn some restraint and become a bit more devious, the competitive sexual tension between Peralta and Santiago become an even more competitive relationship and for Boyle to have a life changing experience when he finally sleeps with Rosa… Or just embarrass himself with a past due, overbearing attempt to become a man.

Review Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) by Brigitta Falcini – Hilarious

So I watch a lot of American cop shows like Criminal Minds and Castle, but as much as I love them, sometimes I feel like they’re hugely unrealistic and over-dramatised. Brooklyn Nine-nine is a play on those kind of cop shows and it does it spectacularly. Also it even has a more realistic feel than the other cop shows.

The writing is genius and the acting is spot on. I haven’t seen a show this good in a while. It’s funny, clever and endearing. I saw it on the Golden Globes and I’d seen a trailer for it and I was incredibly skeptical when I watched it thinking it’d be one of the awful American spoofs they do. But I was highly surprised making me love it even more!

Review Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) by Christopher Smith – Best comedy on television

The track record of cop comedies on television is not inspiring. While successful police dramas have ruled the airwaves for decades, the same cannot be said for cop shows that aim for laughs. There are some noticeable exceptions such as “Car 54, Where Are You?” and the very short-lived “Police Squad”, but for the most part, it has been hard for show-runners to make crime a funny topic on TV. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” could have ended up being super broad like “Police Academy: The Series” or “Reno 911”, but luckily creators Dan Goor and Michael Schur have made the decision to keep the show somewhat grounded in reality, allowing for viewers to relate to the characters without them becoming complete cartoons. In casting Andy Samberg as the lead, there was the risk of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” coming across too goofy. However, Samberg is at his career best here as Jake Peralta, a childish and immature detective who just happens to be very good at his profession. Samberg is great at delivering the most ridiculous and silly lines of dialogue without mugging for the camera in the way that some might expect a former “Saturday Night Live” performer to do. Half of what Peralta says is either completely juvenile or inappropriate, but because it never reaches cartoonish or mean-spirited heights, he remains likable and easy-to-root-for. The show may eventually reach a point where it may seem absurd that the character is able to keep his job, though that hasn’t occurred yet.

If “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” had just been a vehicle for Samberg, the show might have become stale after a few episodes. Wisely, the decision was made to make an ensemble series. It’s typical for an ensemble to have one or two characters that aren’t quite as funny or interesting as the others, but amazingly, every single character on “Brooklyn-Nine Nine” is excellently performed. Andre Braugher, Chelsea Peretti, Joe Lo Truglio, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, and Terry Crews are all perfectly cast in their respective roles and each have moments where they shine in every single episode. Crews is absolutely hilarious as squad leader Terry Jeffords, especially when the writers are able to make great use out of both his physical strength and priceless facial reactions. In addition to the main ensemble cast, the reoccurring duo of Dirk Blocker and Joel McKinnon Miller as Detectives Hitchcock and Scully, the two worst detectives in the department, are responsible for some of the best jokes of the series thus far. It’s also worth noting the writers have made nice use of its guest stars including Craig Robinson, Andy Richter, Stacy Keach, and Dean Winters. Guest stars on sitcoms can be tricky and can often overshadow the episodes as a whole, but “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” almost always makes its guest stars fit organically into the plot in ways that never feel gimmicky or forced.

Although there have only been a dozen episodes so far and there is always the chance that the broadness the show-runners have been so good at keeping down may eventually kick in, the series now remains as strong and frequently hilarious as any comedy on television at the moment. There isn’t a particular formula that the show gets hung up on every week and more often than not, there seems to be an effort to get in a decent amount of character development by sitcom standards. If Fox is smart enough to keep “Brooklyn-Nine Nine” on for a while, it will almost certainly develop a cult following. If the ratings don’t improve and only one season gets produced, at least the series will probably hold the distinction of not having a bad episode in the bunch.

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