Creator: Priscilla Presley | John Eddies
Starring : Mathew McConaughey | Christina Hendricks | Kaitlin Olson | Simon Pegg
CULT CRITIC : ★ 7.0
Although entertaining, Agent Elvis may unintentionally lead viewers to the superior raunchy animated spy series Archer. Specialist Elvis is darn wild and engaging. There are numerous unforeseen and odd minutes, however nothing is more surprising and odder than McConaughey voicing Elvis. Not excessively not at all like Elvis, McConaughey has a voice that is unmistakable and basic to his persona. In Agent Elvis, there is no endeavor at attempting to seem like the famous artist. Assuming there was ever motivation to have an overstated interpretation of the notable Elvis voice, Agent Elvis is that explanation. Focusing on the peculiarity of the projecting decision is the choice to have Elvis' music play all through, during scenes portraying him singing. Elvis is a series that requests independence. It ought to be noticed that Mike Arnold, the series maker and showrunner, dealt with Bowman. Specialist Elvis is unbelievably vivid and vivacious, yet the correlations with Toxophilite are obvious and neutralize the series. Archer's presence is hard to ignore in the writing, characters, visual style, and characterization of Elvis himself. The series and the title character are deeply influenced by it. Although animated Elvis is more morally upright than Archer, the character's swagger, ego, and capacity for communication with his chimpanzee companion are all too familiar. Howard Hughes (Jason Mantzoukas) is essentially Krieger, and CeCe Ryder (Kaitlin Olson) is an unfortunate man's Lana Kane, with a smidgen of Hymn and Pam. It's clear from Archer's character dynamics, tone, and aesthetic that the long-running animated series is favored.