A tv show review written by Lee Sonogan
22min (2000-2006) Comedy, family
Opening theme song: Yes, no, maybe, I don’t know, can you repeat the question? You’re not the boss of me now, You’re not the boss of me now, You’re not the boss of me now, and you’re not so big. You’re not the boss of me now, You’re not the boss of me now, You’re not the boss of me now, and you’re not so big. Life is unfair…
Representing generation X and their time period, Malcolm In The Middle is a one of a kind comedy surrounding a family. So many production companies have tried to mimic this show’s concept for years now. Within the perfect style of a dysfunctional family, the cynicism and sheer creative destruction are full of fun moments that make you want to rewatch it all over again. Plus you can forget Bryan Cranston’s performance in this series and what he did next.
Each character is unique and is really good in their individual roles. The kid actors were ahead of their time for pure acting time. Parents were as crazy as the kids but never outshined them in key scenes. Their eccentric behaviour gives you engagement in unpredictability. And the particular episodes tell stories as good as any other humour related media tells.
Overall if you have not heard of Malcolm In The Middle before, please check out the video provided below. But beware of the addicting binge worth quality it has due to how many seasons of this show was made in its run. I can honestly say it’s one of the greatest sitcoms ever made for its genre.
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