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The Rugrats Movie 1998

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With the birth of his new baby brother Dylan, Tommy Pickles knew things were about to change, but he never expected that being a big brother could be such an adventure. While attempting to return little Dil to"hopsical", the Rugrats commandeer the Reptar Wagon and inadvertently get lost in the forest.

Starring:
Elizabeth Daily, Christine Cavanaugh
Runtime:
1 hour, 19 minutes

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Genres Drama, Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Igor Kovalyov, Norton Virgien
Starring Elizabeth Daily, Christine Cavanaugh
Supporting actors Kath Soucie, Melanie Chartoff, Phil Proctor, Cree Summer, Mary Gross, Kevin McBride, Andrea Martin, Michael Bell, Tress MacNeille, Jack Riley, Busta Rhymes, Joe Alaskey, Cheryl Chase, Tony Jay, Edie McClurg, Hattie Winston, Laurie Anderson, Beck
Studio Paramount
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Tsanche VINE VOICE on October 2, 2005
Format: DVD
As I write this review I can't help but remember when I loved the Rugrats. It was once my favorite show in television as a kid. And when the movie came out in theaters I was more excited than anyone would've imagined. I was a huge fan. The TV show has decreased in quality, but the movie still remains solid. It introduced a new character to the series, and to this day still remains the greatest adventure that the rugrats have gone on.

Didi has recently found out she's pregnant, and that means Tommy is getting a baby brother. When Tommy's new brother Dil is born, things around the house change. Dil begins to receive a bit more attention than Tommy, and he's always loud and obnoxious... the way Tommy used to be when he was first born. Phil, Lil, and Chuckie can't stand him and neither can Angelica.

In the meantime, Stewie has made a new invention. A Reptar mobile (Reptar is the Rugrats version of "Godzilla" and the babies' hero). When Stu and Didi head out for a while, they leave the kids home alone with Grandpa. If you've watched the show you know Grandpa is not a good baby sitter... he always falls asleep, and that's what he does here.

The babies see this Reptar mobile and decide to hop inside and play around. Angelica (the rambuncious three year old brat) is trying to watch her show and so she is very annoyed. She gives the babies the boot (literally) and the Reptar wagon suddenly slides out the front door. Tommy has little idea how to control it, and neither do his friends. Phil and Lil, however, don't see it as such a bad thing. To them it's a chance to take new-born baby Dil back to the hospital.

With the babies gone, Angelica can finally find peace... except there's a problem.
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I love Rugrats its one of my favorite cartoons and I even think its better than The Simpsons which is also a good cartoon! The Rugrats movie the first of the theatrical movies is not as good as the original Nick cartoon but it is pretty cute and I hought that I woudn't like the new character Dil but even though he is not as good a chracter as Tommy, Dill is ok. I agree with the last reviewer that Kimi who was introduced in the second movie is not a good Rugrats character. I applaud that the makers of Rugrats decided to add an Asian character but why did they have to make her so irritating? And she is a copycat character too, she seems to me to be Tommy, Phil, Lil and Angelica all rolled into one super annoying person and instead of adding Kimi I wish they had just made Susie a more used character or had made Kimi less obnoxious!
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By A Customer on July 12, 1999
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My thirteen month old sits in front of the TV smiling at the screen each time we put this movie on. The only time she moves is when the music begans and then she dances in a circle.
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I wondered if after so many years this movie would hold up and honestly it held up way better than I expected. They seemed to have taken a great effort to make sure there were things for adults to laugh at along with their children. I laughed out loud way more than I expected as a currently 22 year old adult. There were some good tear jerking moments as well. This is a classic.
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This is the first Rugrats movie ever to be made,and it sure is a good one!It`s got a WONDERFUL storyline,and is extremely funny and humorus!In this movie,Tommy has to handle one of the hardest points in life:being a brother(because Dill is born in this movie).It touched me cause sometimes I wasn`t really fully comfortable when my baby brother was born cause I was used to being an only child.I felt left out cause he was the center of attention.Every body thought he was so cute and funny.So thats what Tommy goes through,and it leads to him and his friends going on a big adventure!I`m sure you`ll love this movie or atleast think it was worth your time!Hope my review helped!Here`s a saying that they use alot in this movie:A babys got to do what a babys got to do!

P.s.-You also might want to see "Rugrats In Paris",which is the sequal to "The Rugrats Movie"!
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I remember that when I was a little kid, Nickelodeon, PBS Kids, Fox Kids, and Cartoon Network were my life. (Cow & Chicken, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Bobby's World, Blue's Clues, and especially Rugrats). I always was a fan of Rugrats and knew that someday, they'd get a movie and I was right. I remember seeing this film on Pay-per-view in the fall of '98 at a hotel in San Diego, CA and I enjoyed it from start to finish. Excellent animation and songs make this a good film. Tommy gets a new baby brother, Dylan Prescott Pickles (or Dil, played by Tara Strong), and things go off-course for the Pickles family and their friends. Plus, Tommy's dad has a new invention: the Reptar Wagon ("The ultimate in child's transportation!", "The perfect children's toy!") and the babies go off with it into one of the biggest adventures of their infant lives.

Overall a good film for kids and nostalgic teens and adults.
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It's a wild ride as expected. Definitely requires

parental guidance for the preschool to preteen set.

Would recommend for the non-prudish, healthy family.
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