Rugrats Movie (1998)
|Tommy pickles faces responsibility when dil, his new baby brother is born. As with all newborns, the child becomes a bane to tommy and the rest of the gang. Even phil and lil doesn't like him. So they decide to return dil to where he came from, the hospital. But they get lost along the way.|
Editor's NoteThe RUGRATS came makes a smooth translation to the big screen in this, their first feature film! When Tommy's baby brother Dil is born, he suddenly faces new responsibility in both caring for the newborn and in being a role model. But when he brings the rest of the gang along in trying to return Dil from the hospital, they all get lost and encounter some very scary things on their journey.
|Karyn Rachtman - Music Supervisor|
|J. David Stem - Screenwriter|
|Mark Mothersbaugh - Composer|
|David N. Weiss - Screenwriter|
|Lisa Loeb - Song Lyricist/Performer|
|Arlene Klasky - Producer|
|Gabor Csupo - Producer|
|Norton Virgien - Director|
|Igor Kovalyov - Director|
Scary but fun6/22/1999
After watching this movie halfway with my children, I left to anwer an extended phone call. When I returned, I found my 5 year old shaking and crying. I calmed her down as the movie ended and all turned out OK. I then looked over at my 6 year old who was quiet but then broke out in tears.. My children have seen more mature movies such as Disney's Hunchback and were not frightened despite warnings I heard. They had even once seen a Steven King thriller with no problems. They later insisted that they enjoyed it and would watch it again, but I wouldn't let young children watch this one alone. I later read a review commenting on the inappropriateness of the G rating due to frightening content. I wish I had read it sooner. The animation is a few steps up from the TV version, but does not approach big budget full length feature cartoon quality. The plot is a bit cute, but thin. Still, it should appeal to Rugrats fans, and has enough action to keep children interested. If you buy it, watch it with your children if they are young.
Not bad but not bug's life.4/28/1999
My 3.5 year old son determines whether a children's movie is good or not. He liked Rugrats alright, but the movie lost him a few times. Compared to Bug's Life (A+), if he could give a grade, it would probably have been (B-). To Rugrat's defense, there is some decent adult humor sprinkled in to keep Dad's attention.
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