Fuller House

Fuller House

The Complete First Season

DVD - 2017
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The Tanner sisters are back and all grown up in thirteen hilarious episodes.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [Publisher not identified], [2017]
Branch Call Number: 791.4575 FULLER HOUSE
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (359 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.


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May 20, 2019

I wasn't happy that they were doing a 'remake' of Full House to begin with ( Because I was and still am a huge fan of that show) but I wanted to like it. However, after the first episode, I was just at a loss. It was completely unfunny, crammed with almost every catchphrase from the original and all in all too much. I kept watching (God Knows why... and I STILL watch... even a bigger mystery!) and I have found that at least once in every single episode there is at least one subtle reference to sex and sometimes not so subtle. The scene that got to me was the one where Kimmy, DJ and Stephanie were in a nightclub, all wearing skin tight dresses and the man that was with Stephanie was running his hands over her butt and down the length of her body while they were dancing. I don't find this show funny at all and seriously I laughed more in one episode of "The Good Wife" than I did in five eps of "Fuller House". Even the sometimes-appearances of the original cast members don't make this show any better. As of Episode 10 DJ is involved in a love triangle involving Steve and another man (I'll spare you the spoilers) but I will say that Steve has become the most obnoxious character ever. I used to love him on "Full House" and now all I want to do is smack him. DJ acts so clueless all the time and it's completely unbelievable for her to barely acknowledge that her husband has died after she seemed so distraught about it 9 episodes earlier. This is NOT a family show, at least not for my family. If I had kids I wouldn't let them watch due to all the sex references and frankly I'm shocked that they are even included. I get that times have changed and so have kids. Full House went off the air in 1994 and it's now 2019, but with the same cast, the same house and the same theme song (sort of), I expected (and hoped) that it would be as funny and have the same messages as the original. It's about as far from the original as one can get and that's just sad.

Jan 10, 2019


Sep 29, 2018

Although I like the original series better, this one is OK with the kids being grown-up in the Netflix series. The bad part about this one is Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen isn't in this one.

Oct 10, 2017

I grew up watching full house. Didn't know this Netflix series existed. I actually really like it and was nice to see the old characters grown up. Hopefully I can get my hand on the rest of the series. Refreshing comedy. Beats what's on TV these days!!

Jul 18, 2017

The acting seemed forced.. But watched it of course to see how everyone grew up

May 02, 2017

Fuller House definitely does not compare to the original Full House and it’s beloved characters but it is still worth a try. To be honest, it took me a few watches for it to actually grow on me. It can be really cute and funny yet sometimes it seems fake and forced. I would only recommend this show if you’re looking for a cheesy and simple show as the acting and plot isn’t really strong compared to the original. I have mixed feelings about it, so I would rate it a 3/5.
- @reginaphalange of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Feb 28, 2017

hey Librarin

the dvd that I had put in order they already said it Is here

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