The story here is rather formulaic and tired, even for late Sylvester and Tweety, a few parts veering on the absurd and occasionally pacing could have been sharper. While Sylvester and Sharkey fare well, Granny and Tweety don't.
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Grace’s presence gave ‘Hawaii Five-0’ a beauty and serenity to each episode.
She was the consummate collaborator, helping build her character from day 1.
But it's also a little underwhelming and one of the three weakest Sylvester and Tweety cartoons along with The Jet Cage and Trip for Tat.
Hawaiian Aye Aye does have some nice vibrant colours, the production values for the 1960s Looney Tunes cartoons were hit and miss in quality(mostly not very good in comparison to before, mainly due to budgets getting noticeably lower) and while Hawaiian Aye Aye's animation is not great overall and a long way from their best standard it's a long way from the worst.
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They also had the remarkably ability to not only synchronise with the action, but also enhance, the latter of which Lava doesn't do as well.
It's not unpleasant and it fits, it's just uninteresting and a little pedestrian.
Hawaiian Aye Aye is also a vast step up in the humour department to The Jet Cage, it's still all a bit predictable and lacking in variety(in comparison to Sylvester and Tweety cartoons before) but timing is much crisper, it did not feel one-joke like that cartoon and more importantly they were enjoyable if not hilarious at least.
Sharkey is an amusing and above decent adversary for Sylvester, and Sylvester(who has always been the funnier and more interesting of the cat and bird duo) carries the cartoon wonderfully, his comic timing as ever so good that he manages to make his comparatively weaker material(to previous Sylvester and Tweety cartoons) more interesting.
Stars Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park have departed CBS’ “Hawaii Five-0.” Their characters, Chin Ho Kelly and Kono Kalakaua, will not appear in the upcoming eighth season.