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RUGRATS:IN PARIS

4.4 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

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  • Format: Anamorphic
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000059PQE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #57,779 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Rugrats ~ In Paris

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Format: DVD
One of the reviewers for this movie said it had 'something for everyone.' Well, I'm a big fan of basically all types of movies, and to be honest, I was a little bored with this one. I've always loved the cartoon, but maybe that's because it's only a half hour. An hour and a half of Rugrats is just a little too much for me.
The film centers around the lives of several little children, but mainly one boy, Chucky, who's mom has died and who's Dad is now in the market for a new mom for him. Dad's job takes him and the kids over seas to Paris where he must fix a broken-down amusement park ride. While he's there, he meets a few perspective takers.
It's interesting how the story is told from the children's' points of view. Something that might seem gross or inappropriate to an adult is a paradigm of interest to the tots. The grownups are intelligent and can think for themselves. Sometimes in movies geared toward children, the adults are merely objects to help move the story along, and not necessarily an important part of the central focus of the movie. That is not the case here. The music from the movie is generally good (with the exception of the atrocious "Who Let the Dogs Out") especially a song entitled "I Want a Mom That Will Last Forever," a touching ballad sung by Cyndi Lauper.
The film is charming and touching in parts but still a bit juvenile for my tastes. I was a little bored and found myself checking my watch, but the little ones around me were enthralled.
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I bought this for my son last year. Chuckie sings "I want a Mom that lasts Forever" on the plane as the other Rugrats go to sleep near their moms. My son would real the tape back to that song over and over. He and I just loved the entire movie but he almost lost his mom in an auto accident, and he finally said "I'm glad you didn't die in the car accident.' He was five years old and knew not to take life for granted and that Chuckie lost his mother to a death. He finally would watch the entire movie and Chuckie did get a Mom. There is never a dull moment in this movie as the rugrats are such an active bunch. My 21yr old daughter loves the Rugrats as much today as when they first came into being. It didn't make any difference to them that they were so far from home because they always stick together. There were just more unusual things they encountered. Children as well as adults should watch the Rugrats if the adults have not experienced them and what they are all about.They were hilarious in France. The songs in the movie are great. Take a break and watch this movie with your kids and if you don't have kids watch it with a friend. You will love it. Mrs Symmington
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Now I remember watching the first "Rugrats" movie in almost empty theater, which went totally ignored in Japan, where Nickleodeon's original famous, long-cherished TV series is virtually unknown among Japanese anime productons. And this second theatrical offering, after that result, went as a consequence almost unnoticed, given only a very limited theatrical release (and Japanese-dubbed version only). So, I bought a copy at Amazon, just to listen to the original cast's voice. Yes, no one can reproduce the voice of wickedly funny Angelica.
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.
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By A Customer on March 30 2001
Format: DVD
What makes the "Rugrats" show so interesting is it's moderate take on pop culture from a child's perspective. A great example of this was the intro of the first film in which Tommy Pickles, under the "Okie-Dokey-Jones" moniker go in search of a secret treasure a la "Indiana Jones". Eventually, they fail to grab the holy grail and a giant rock starts hurling towards Tommy, Chuckie and Phil and Lil. The "rock" soon turns into Didi's protruding Pregnant body and the four end up smacking the window face first. In "Paris", shortly after the title appears, a logo "Rugrats II" forms, similar to "The Godfather". Angelica acts as the "Bobfather" to the rest, sitting behind a desk listening to pleas of the other Rugrats for "help". For many of the young fans, this stuff will absolutely go over their heads.
This film is more plot driven than the original. One situation that has existed in the series for a long time is that Chuckie Finster really didn't have a mom. His birth mother, Melinda died earlier in Chuckie's life. Chas, Chuckie's father, has once again started to date again. Around the start at Grandpa Lou and Lulu's wedding, the mothers get to have a special dance with their kids. Poor Chuckie is left out of this. As a result of some events that occurred before the film (a 3-part prequel aired on Nick), Stu, Tommy's father has constructed a giant robotic Reptar for "EuroReptarland". As most Stu inventions do, this one malfunctions and he is summoned to fix the machine. What, you believed the Rugrats were going their just for fun? Business must be finished!
So it's off to the city of lights for the Rugrats and their parents. The party stays at a posh hotel located directly in the theme park.
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