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Rugrats in Paris


Overview - Based on the popular TV series RUGRATS, this animated film, RUGRATS IN PARIS: THE MOVIE, features a group of zany toddlers who, by chance, get to travel to Paris. The film takes a playful path through the uncomplicated plotline, beginning with a perfectly choreographed spoof on THE GODFATHER (replete with a sawed-off toy horse head), then launching into a series of upbeat songs narrating the story in styles ranging from rock and reggae to jazz and R&B.  Read more...

 

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Overview

Based on the popular TV series RUGRATS, this animated film, RUGRATS IN PARIS: THE MOVIE, features a group of zany toddlers who, by chance, get to travel to Paris. The film takes a playful path through the uncomplicated plotline, beginning with a perfectly choreographed spoof on THE GODFATHER (replete with a sawed-off toy horse head), then launching into a series of upbeat songs narrating the story in styles ranging from rock and reggae to jazz and R&B. The story follows little Chuckie, who wants his single father to remarry so he can get a new mommy. Teased by his bossy friend Angela, Chuckie feels even worse about his situation. But when the father of his pal Tommy gets assigned to go to Paris on business, taking the whole Rugrats gang with him, things begin to change. From the bateaux mouches to the Arc de Triomphe, the Rugrats enjoy some valuable sightseeing, then descend upon Euroreptarland, a theme park located in the center of Paris. Along the way, Chuckie thinks up a perfect scheme for getting a new mom. With fun music and fast-moving graphics balancing out the obligatory jokes about diapers, babies' butts, and poop, RUGRATS IN PARIS: THE MOVIE will thrill fans of these wild toddlers.

Cast List

Debbie Reynolds - American Actress/Singer, MOTHER (1996)
Mary Frances Reynolds - American Actress/Singer, MOTHER (1996)
Tara Charendoff - Voice Actress
Dima Malanitchev - production designer
Stig Bergquist - director, RUGRATS IN PARIS THE MOVIE
Kate Boutilier - screenwriter
John Lithgow - American Actor
Cree Summer Franck - voice
Mark Mothersbaugh - Film and TV Composer, RUSHMORE (1998)
J. David Stem
Joe Alasky
Hal Waite - executive producer
Arlene Klasky
Gabor Csupo
Barbara Herndon - screenwriter
Cheryl Chase - ACTRESS
John Bryant - editor
Tracy Kramer
Eryk Casemiro - executive producer
Christine Cavanaugh - ACTRESS/VOICE
Gena Kornyshev - art director
Albie Hecht - Producer
Susan Sarandon - Oscar winning actress, DEAD MAN WALKING
Susan Tomaling - Oscar winning actress, DEAD MAN WALKING
Terry Thoren - coproducer
Casey Kasem - Deejay/TV Host
Kath Soucie - Voice, A VERY MERRY POOH YEAR (2002)
Norton Virgien
Michael Bell - Voice actor, TRANSFORMERS/ G.I. JOE
Jack Riley - Actor/B-Films
Paul Demeyer - director, RUGRATS IN PARIS THE MOVIE
David N. Weiss - ANIMATION WRITER
Jill Gorey - screenwriter
Tress MacNeille - Voice Actor, ANIMANIACS (1993)
E. G. Daily - ACTRESS/SINGER
Julia Pistor - Producer

 
Details
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929302925

Related Categories:
Movies > Childrens
Movies > Animated

Related Keywords:
Adventure
Family Interaction
Children
Divorce
Theatrical Release
Family (General)
Paris, France
Robots

 
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Theatrical release: November 17, 2000.

Reviews:
"...A one-way ticket to infantile heaven....[The film also] contains enough reference points [Coppola's THE GODFATHER II, Visconti's LEOPARD] to throw the Earth's gravitional pull out of whack..." - 11/17/2000 New York Times, p.E30


"...Adult friendly...[and] lavishly animated..." -- Rating: B+ - 12/08/2000 Entertainment Weekly, p.65


"...[A] hurtling, vibrant adventure. The animation is a riot of rich colours and employs computer technology to produce beguiling effects..." - 04/01/2001 Sight and Sound, p.56-7


"...It's better than the 1998 Rugrats movie, funnier, weirder, with more stuff for adults to clue in to..." - 11/17/2000 Chicago Sun-Times, p.36

 
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