Rugrats in Paris - The Movie
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Continues the story of baby Chuckles and dad Chas. This time Chas starts dating again and it's Chucklie's wish to find a new mom. Inventor friend, Stub Pickles, is summoned to a new Paris amusement park and the whole Rugrats gang tag along to the French capital.
- "Who Let The Dogs" - Baha Men Music Video
- Rugrats In Paris - The Movie Documentary
- Sound Effect Showcase - Chuckie Chan - Dream Sequence
- Two Alternative Endings
- Two Theatrical Promo Spots
- DVD ROM - Two interactive games: Chuckie Chan and Mom-o-matic
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-It's Rugrats. These babies kept me entertained for years and I still enjoy watching them.
-Chuckie's "I Want a Mom" song is very sweet and sad, and if you're anything like me you'll end up with it stuck in your head after you watch this. Come to think of it I suppose that could also be a con... =P
-Funny. Angelica's Godfather impression will make you laugh, as will several other parts of the movie.
-Touching and relevant storyline. Some children don't have a mom, and Chuckie's struggle to get through that might help them to get through that. Even those children who are lucky enough to have both parents should realize how precious life is. (And just because Chuckie is looking for a new mom doesn't mean he doesn't love his actual one. He went YEARS without one, it isn't as if he's trying to replace her).
-The Reptar park could have been anywhere in the world. Besides the accents and the ocassional shot of the Eiffel Tower, there was nothing to show that it was actually in Paris.
-The poodle. I could be wrong but at no point do you actually find out the poodle's name and who owns her. As someone who has seen the show I know, but if you just watch the movie as a standalone thing you might be left wondering. It isn't a big deal, just something that bothered me a bit.
Overall, I like this movie. If you're a fan of the Rugrats, go ahead and buy it before you can't find it anymore. It is a cute movie that will appeal to people of all ages.
The second movie "Rugrats in Paris" turned out better than I expected, and probably the first thetrical one. Adults, let me give you good news, there are less toilet humors that is one of the characteristics of the series. Well, still there is, but thanks to the producers' wise decision, the focus is given to Chuckie, (comparatively) elder member of the baby gang that go to Paris with a reason so far-fetched that you might as well forget at all. Anyway, the point is, the kids in dipers go to an amusement park in Paris, managed single-handedly by a mean, greedy woman Coco (imagine Cruela of "101" with-French accent, voiced by Susan Sarandon) Apparently in the name of love for kids (but with her own hidden agenda), she swears that she is going to marry Chuckie's dad, but before that, her amusement park, and inevitably the city of Paris also has to suffer the greatest wreck since the time of "Armaggedon."
The story is nothing but an excuse for those kids' wracky gags, and sometimes the film, even for its short running time, looks as if padded out. Still, the film goes smoothly (more smoothly than the previous film) and by giving (again comparatively) elder characters more time for spotlight, the film avoids being filled with gross-out laughs though, obviously for younger audience, they are still retained. One of my favorite moments of the film is when deliciously mean child-devil Angelica reflects: "Sometime I can't help myself." Yeah, that's why you are so lovely.
The only complaint from Japanese audience is that the film, intentionally or not, seems as if confusing Japan and China. Though names like Tanaka or Yamaguchi are obviously Japanese ones (and Mako, born in Kobe provides for the former), their costumes and manners rather belong to Chinese tradition -- for instance, dragons or gongs -- and this kind of confusion might explain the lukewarm reception on the side of Japanese distributors. As a matter of fact, the people in both countries are getting too much weary of this kind of mistakes.
These things aside, the film lives up to our standard of animated film today, and if nothing special, "Rugrats in Paris" gives you an enjoyable trip to fantasy world with those noisy but lovely child gang from Nickelodeon.
This movie was well needed! and she loves this movie just like her mamma!
Its a win for both of us, something we can both enjoy watching together.
came in perfect condition, very please with this purchase.