Rugrats in Paris - The Movie
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Rugrats in Paris - The Movie
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 Bell) and his status as a single father, as he wants to have a mommy like all of his friends. Chas and his father Stu (voice of Jack Riley) were hired to create a bevy of electronic critters for the newly opened Euro-Reptarland theme park, but the robots are acting up, and park manager Coco La Bouche (Susan Sarandon) is hopping mad. So Stu and Chas are… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 75%

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"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."
‑ Lisa Alspector, Chicago Reader
"Adults can attend this movie with a fair degree of pleasure."
‑ Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"Offers plenty to amuse the young and young at heart."
‑ Michael Dequina, TheMovieReport.com
"The writing team is adept at childish malapropisms and the skewed perspectives of 5-year-olds, but the characterizations and plot lines are witheringly simplistic."
‑ John R. McEwen, Film Quips Online
"This effort from Stig Bergqvist and Paul Demeyer is tolerable for indulging adults -- and likely heaven for their own droolers."
‑ Nina Willdorf, Boston Phoenix
"This is one kids' film that's actually quite charming."
‑ Derek Adams, Time Out
"With its melange of poo poo humor and pop culture in jokes, Nickelodeon's Rugrats packs appeal for both kids and parents."
‑ Bruce Fretts, Entertainment Weekly
"An entertaining add-on to an entertaining show."
‑ Eugene Novikov, Film Blather
"What I enjoyed most about Rugrats II is that the filmmakers are completely aware they must work just as hard to entertain the parents as the diaper set."
‑ Chris Gore, Film Threat
"There are also nice themes about bravery, honesty and trust, the animation is astonishingly good, and the constant mayhem makes the very obvious plot bearable."
‑ Rich Cline, Shadows on the Wall
"Musically ... the Rugrats sequel is a big step backward."
‑ Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail
"The character work is strong, and the celebrity recruits are fun."
‑ Michael Rechtshaffen, Hollywood Reporter
"Not as fresh as the first film."
‑ Joe Mader, Palo Alto Weekly
"The Rugrats are back for an all-new adventure, and one that is by far much funnier and more entertaining for both youngsters and their guardians than the first bigscreen outing."
‑ Dwayne E. Leslie, Boxoffice Magazine
"23 million cable viewers can't be wrong."
‑ David N. Butterworth, Movie Boeuf
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