Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000) - Animation, Adventure, Comedy

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The Rugrats travel to Paris, France, where Chuckie hopes to find a new mother and keep his father from marrying an evil business woman.

IMDB: 6.1
Director: Stig Bergqvist
Stars: Christine Cavanaugh, Elizabeth Daily
Length: 78 Minutes
PG Rating: G
Reviews: 3 out of 52 found boring (5.76%)

One-line Reviews (24)

Worth watching!

This movie is really funny and entertaining.

The movie in general though, is extremely entertaining, cute, beautiful, well written, and in some cases funny.

Very enjoyable, and sweeter and funnier than the first film .

I really enjoyed it when the song ,"Who let the dog's out" By the Baha Men began playing.

In conclusion, funny, sweet, colourful and enjoyable.

It is sweeter and funnier, and is consequently very enjoyable.

All in all, it seems that, on the heels of their unexpected success with the first feature-length film, someone in the creative team said, "And how much more can we gross if we give this one a *plot*, too?

I first saw this film at the cinema in 2001 with my sister and a volunteer/social worker and we all found it enjoyable.

This movie is worth watching.

Other than that, it's a relativly enjoyable experience, and you just might like it.

Rugrats in Paris is like the last Rugrats film, predictable and family friendly.

It is one of the best times that I had at the theater this past year, and I enjoyed it many, many times over "The Grinch.

After a successful, entertaining Rugrats film I was expecting this one to be an interesting sequel.

Way different, unexpected setting, a fine plot, this should be memorable and way more entertaining than the first.

Naturally they fall in love and venture off together through Paris sampling its delights which eventually cumulates in the predictable eating of pizza in an alley.

The animation is stunning, even inspired.

Save your money, and just buy the only thing thats good about the movie: THE SOUNDTRACK!

Things take a turn for worst again though unfortunately with the pointless and god awful 'Lady and the Tramp' rip-off subplot with Spike.

The plot was intriguing, the animation outstanding, the dialogue funny and charming.

Overall then a professional and enjoyable film for child fans of the series which fills the running time well.

But, aside from that and the (enjoyable) implausiblity (I'd rather see the 'rats riding the Reptar robot around Paris than Spike fight that stupid wolf on a bridge), this is a very good family film.

) ;)I enjoyed it much more than the first movie, and more than the TV show It is amazing how they can throw in some pretty high-level humor that only my wife and I are going to laugh at, while simultaneously showing babies shoving "goo" in their diapers and putting my kids into fits.

" If only all "family" movies were as well written and entertaining as this and "The Emperor's New Groove," the world (or at least Blockbuster) would be a better place for ALL!