The Loud House is an animated television show created by Chris Savino, which debuted on Nickelodeon in May of last year. The series follows Lincoln Loud, the only son in a family full of women, who always breaks the fourth wall in order to give viewers the sometimes chaotic relationships and domestic affairs of the family. The television series was highly praised by critics and audience members. The story and animation were some of the most memorable parts of the entire season. It has been renewed for a second season.
Nickelodeon has also added an additional voice to the mix, namely that of Ian McShane. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan will be happy to know that both voices add a unique aspect to the characters, which helped make the movie even more endearing to audiences. With the addition of McShane, the already excellent music score for the animated comedy has another great component to it. In fact, many people consider TMNT to be one of the best animated films of all time.
The first season of The Loud House featured mostly live action sequences. Although the second season had more comedy sequences, the main focus of the movie was still centered on the story of Lincoln and his relationship with his father, Frank. The third season has changed a little bit. It has gotten darker, and there have been quite a few guest stars, such as Kurt Russell and Vanessa Williams, adding some much needed depth to the cast. The original cast is back, along with some new faces, such as Jasmine Fox, Edward Barbanell, and Matt Minto.
The musical score for the movie is mostly composed by the late John Williams. His original score was so popular that it earned him a Best Original Score Oscar nomination, as well as a nomination for the Golden Globe Awards. The most memorable song from the movie is the song "Chariots of Fire", which is performed by the three children who live in the home with their dinosaur friend, Chariot.
The movie started out as a family affair, with just the boys (and sometimes a few girls) living in the house. The parents would throw birthday parties and the friends would gather for movie nights. They all enjoyed the lives that they were creating in The Loud House, even though they never thought that it would turn into a successful TV series. Eventually the family's situation changed, and the father decided to move out, forcing everyone to leave.
The entire point behind the movie The Loud House was to show the different aspects of a typical American family. The original concept even extended to the use of musical numbers throughout the movie. The music for the show came from a variety of artists including: Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, The Temptations, The Doobie Brothers, and The Monkees. It was rare for a movie to use this many well known musicians, but it still managed to be a successful TV show. The movie also featured some real life problems that the characters dealt with, and this added a human element to the stories being told.