Rugrats in Paris - The Movie
Rugrats in Paris - The Movie (2000)

The biggest babies in the entertainment business take their act to Europe in this sequel to the surprise-hit animated feature The Rugrats Movie. Chuckie (voice of Christine Cavanaugh) has been fretting over his father Chas (voice of Michael… More

Rated: G
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Release Date: March 27, 2001
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75%
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User Score
55%



Critic Score: 75% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: When the Rugrats go to Paris, the result is Nickelodeon-style fun. The plot is effectively character-driven, and features catchy songs and great celebrity voice-acting.

Lisa Alspector
Chicago Reader

Nauseating gags suggest the makers of this eclectically animated adventure... know their audience, though all the Godfather references will be thoroughly puzzling to at least half of it.

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Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

Adults can attend this movie with a fair degree of pleasure.

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Michael Dequina
TheMovieReport.com

Offers plenty to amuse the young and young at heart.

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Derek Adams
Time Out

This is one kids' film that's actually quite charming.

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Bruce Fretts
Entertainment Weekly

With its melange of poo poo humor and pop culture in jokes, Nickelodeon's Rugrats packs appeal for both kids and parents.

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Eugene Novikov
Film Blather

An entertaining add-on to an entertaining show.

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Liam Lacey
Globe and Mail

Musically ... the Rugrats sequel is a big step backward.

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Michael Rechtshaffen
Hollywood Reporter

The character work is strong, and the celebrity recruits are fun.

Joe Mader
Palo Alto Weekly

Not as fresh as the first film.

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Flixster Audience Score: 55% Flixster User Reviews
Michael Edwards
a huge improvement over the first
Yinalí Ríos
Classic.
Wahida K
I use to enjoy Rugrats on TV. The Movie was okay.
Andrew Fillmore
I like it better than the first Rugrats Movie. All the new characters are wonderful, as are the old favorites.
Juan Charqueno
a little better then the the first, but still too silly, yet fun to see, as everyone's favorite toddler's are back, on a trip to paris, and nearly… More
Angela Alcorn
Not the worst kids film ever, but not worth going out of your way for.

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