The series Return to Prostokvashino watch online for freeWe present to your attention a story that has long been known to viewers. "Return to Prostokvashino" is a sequel to the famous Soviet animated series "Three from Prostokvashino". We will meet with familiar characters, including an active and very independent boy, whom everyone calls Uncle Fyodor, a funny and cunning cat Matroskin, a cute and active dog Sharik, cheerful and kind, because there is a bicycle, the postman Pechkin, and also always attentive and responsible daw and many, many other characters. Studio Soyuzmultfilm plans to release about thirty more episodes of the favorite animated series about the inhabitants of the village of Prostokvashino.
Initially, I was wry and did not want to watch these new adventures in Prostokvashino. To be honest, although I am a fan of old Soviet cartoons, for young people this is it. Of course, for those who grew up on these cartoons, this is completely different: different voices of the actors (oh, how I miss Tabakov), a completely different picture. In general, I recommend that you watch these cartoons, as it turned out pretty cool anyway! Time is running out, gentlemen, and you need to keep up with the modern generation) Enjoy your viewing!
Hooray! Hooray! Here are the Soviet children and waited for the continuation of their favorite cartoon. Yes, of course he has undergone changes over time, but in general he is still the same beloved, kind, bright, cheerful, memorable. New characters perfectly complement the cartoon, it would seem how it was without them? The old characters are all the same as in childhood, strange, serious, stubborn ... And the new vocabulary is even good, for adults to note, children are more familiar. No matter how many opinions there are, the cartoon took into account all the wishes, both old and modern, kept it better, and took the best from modernity. Wonderful!
When I saw the title I was pleasantly surprised that they finally filmed the sequel to my favorite animated series. With the anticipation of the plot and the adventures of the old version, I was a little disappointed. Adjusted to modernity, some of the characters look ridiculous, and the use of modern expressions and abbreviations suggests that they did not do it from the heart as in the Soviet era, but only for a commercial purpose. The characters are striking for their practically unaffected drawing time. Uncle Fedor is a fashionable boy who looks more like a sissy than before. Parents are still young and they have a little daughter who knows how to send herself by mail. Pechkin is the same stubborn character with incomprehensible logic.
Well, this is the first time I wanted to write a review. The series, or all the same multi-part cartoon Return to Prostokvashino came out on April 3 and caught my eye. At the very beginning, it is striking that our beloved Uncle Fyodor, the bushy "redbone" is no longer the one we remember him. The rest of the characters, such as Postman Pechkin, Matroskin, Sharik and the parents of Uncle Fyodor themselves, practically did not change and did not grow old. Uncle Fedor now has a little sister, and I think she will contribute to this cartoon. In general, the cartoon is no worse than the original Soviet cartoons, such as "Three from Prostokvashino", "Vacation in Prostokvashino" and "Winter in Prostokvashino". But something is missing, perhaps an old drawing, or all of us so loved the voices of old characters, who were voiced by Oleg Tabakov, Maria Vinogradova, Boris Novikov - the one who excellently voiced Postman Pechkin, a mischievous old man who did not want to give the package and begged for a bicycle ..., as well as Lev Durov, German Kachin. We will miss their voices when watching this cartoon. I would also like to note the voice acting of Ivan Okhlobystin also known as Postman Pechkin. An excellently chosen voice, insanely similar to the voice of old Pechkin. I will continue to observe the project, I am interested in which direction the creators of this animated series will lead us. That's all, thanks for reading my little review without spoilers))