Author Rating: 8/10
Big Mouth is a raunchy, racy and vulgar wild ride displaying the complications and awkwardness of the early stages of puberty.
Big Mouth deals with issues such as homosexuality, fitting in, appearance changes, first kisses, relationships, and the abysmal stage of puberty, in which holding hands seems like the end of the world. With a script based off of genitalia and bathroom humor, it’s amazing how creator, Nick Kroll, still finds a way to usher in a sweet side.
The plot revolves around friendships and developing relationships amongst your peers, despite the gross changes your body is making you go through.
Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing subtle about Big Mouth. Within the first few minutes of the first episode, you are introduced to the horror of seeing one of your guy friends naked.
Big Mouth pushes boundaries usually too difficult to handle and with a cast consisting of Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph, John Mulaney and Jordan Peele, it’s easy to see why the laughs come in barrels.
With a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, an 80%, on Metacritic, and a 7.2 on IMDB there is no denying that Big Mouth may be the answer Netflix’s search for an animated adult comedy.