Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007)

PG   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Family

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Three musical chipmunks are discovered by an aspiring songwriter and wants to become famous by using their amazing singing abilities.

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  • Jason Lee and Justin Long in Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007)
  • Jesse McCartney and Matthew Gray Gubler in Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007)

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5 December 2007 | laci-5
| I was expecting much worse
A CGI+ live action movie from the director of Garfield 2.? Also, once again a movie with a loser "dad" character and some very bad children (okay, they are chipmunks but behave just as children as they are kids) like Daddy Day Camp and others? Actually, the chipmunks make all the difference and save the movie. What does not work with Garfield (warm Hollywood-emotions and the animal as a fast rock star-type) works perfectly with the chipmunks. Also their animation is never off-setting as it quite often was with Garfield. And even after almost 50 years, it still makes you smile to hear them singing. When you watch the trailer you can see that poo-eating part which I see is in the movie just to bring in that type of audience - I think it is a bad idea as it makes others think twice before buying ticket for this movie which has only one fart joke and this poo joke of this type of "humour". Otherwise it is watchable and the animated characters are even lovable (Jason Lee is not so great in this). It was a fun travel back in the time when I watched them as a child. Not a big movie, also there are problems with the pacing but it's much better than expected.

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