The Rugrats Movie (1998)

G   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Comedy


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The babies gets lost in the forest after Tommy Pickles (Elizabeth Daily) gets a new baby brother.


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16 March 2002 | rooboy84
7
| Pretty good...
This movie was ok. I liked the series also. The toddlers have a bit of an accident and end up in the forest, where a big bad wolf is. So...their parents go to rescue the tots. It's ok for a kids movie but the plot is really weak. Still, it's an entertaining movie to watch but I wouldn't go and rent it. And despite going for just 79 minutes it's an animated movie so maybe thats an excuse for it and movies like it in the genre.

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