Thursday, December 31, 2009

REVIEW: Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

Alvin & The Chipmunks:
The Squeakquel

Zachary Levi, David Cross

December 23, 2009


Betty Thomas

20th Century Fox

1 hour 30 minutes




Yes, everyone: the Chipmunks are back and better than ever. In the "Squeakquel" to the original box office smash, we find the Chipmunks having to go to school for the first time after an accident involving Dave. Also, Dave's nephew has to watch over the Chipmunks until Dave recovers. Meanwhile, Ian Hawk, the villain from the first film finds female Chipmunks that call themselves the Chipettes who can sing just as good as our heroes. Now, Ian uses the Chipettes to try to take revenge on the Chipmunks once and for all. All I can say about this movie is that it is what I call "cute." It is a harmlees, kid-friendly film filled with heart and laughs the kids will get a major kick out of. Some parents will enjoy this movie but not as much as their kids will. This isn't exactly the kind of film to see in theaters. This can really be considered to be a rental when this comes out on DVD and PPV. Either way, it'll be a fun treat for the whole family. I probably won't buy this film on DVD or Blu Ray, but I can assure you I will be waiting for the next Alvin & The Chipmunks film that I hope comes out really soon. So, if you have kids who desperately want to see this film, I strongly recommend this film. It'll be a special treat for the whole family for years to come.



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1 comment:

  1. Zach, We loved Alvin...great story line and it flew by sooo fast! Martyne


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