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Plot: Tommy faces responsiblity when Dil, his new baby brother is born. As with all newborns, the child becomes a bane to Tommy and the rest of his gang. Even Phil and Lil don't like them. So they decide to return Dil to where he came from, the hospital. But they get lost along the way, REALLY lost, and… Runtime: 79 min Release Date: 20 Nov 1998
As a big fan of the Nickelodeon television show, "The Rugrats", I was really itching to see this when I first heard they were making a movie, and I am a teenager, too. I was there opening weekend, and lemme tell ya, you don't have to be a toddler to love animated movies. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. There was very good animation, a good little story, upbeat and catchy songs as well as lyrics, and the action will keep the little ones entertained. ***** out of *****.
A good film (by sciencesite)
A really good film, I thought, at the time, it was one of the best 'modern' cartoons, the digital effects were again very good. I admit I am rather biased as I was quite an avid Rugrats fan at the time, and still think there a really good small screen cartoon for both children and adults. Anyway, back onto the film, the soundtrack to the film was also quite good, with some up-and coming artists, some of whom who made it big afterwards, although some of the rap songs on it weren't my cup of tea! Overall I was really impressed, and although technology has since moved on it remains a <more>
good feature-length. I also thought the sequel, Rugrats in Paris was another good film, however I wasn't over-keen on the 'Wild Thornberries & Rugrats' mixture in the second sequel.Cheers, James
I remember when the rugrats movie came out in 1998, i went to see this film at the cinemas and i thought it was brillant, it made me laugh, it was full of excitement, full of Laughter, full of hunor and full of fun, i liked the new arrival character, DIL, he made me laugh when he said the word pooping and then he trumped, that made me laugh alot
Overall, I think this film is great for all the family, and would gladly pay to see it again. (by Quitongo)
The Rugrats movie is a great look at a kids classic TV show. Fond memories of afternoons spent watching the rascals were brought back as soon as the trademark music came on. Everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, should go and see this!
This is a great movie for kids...and adults. (by MveBuf)
This is a great movie for both children and adults. Rugrats is one of the few TV shows that can hold my three year old's attention for the length of the show. This movie held his attention for the entire ninety minutes. The Rugrats Movie kept the same qualities that makes me a fan of the show. It focused on staying simple enough to entertain kids, while it injected comments and quips that entertained the parents as well unlike some "kids" movies .
Too scary for little kids? (by TuckMN)
I was a big fan of the Rugrats from the first episode. Remember Ren and Stimpy came out at the same time -- all my friends were really into R&S but I was the lone hold-out for the Rugrats.Where are Ren and Stimpy now?The animation was truly amazing. There was incredible depth and color in every scene.The story is a little weak but engaging nonetheless.Some of the animation reminded me of the original "Snow White" from the Disney Studios.There was lots of music with catchy little songs and lyrics -- but it could hardly be called a musical.Who needs to be a kid to enjoy a really <more>
Watch this movie through the eyes of a kid, and you will agree. It's just plain fun.
Cute (by JaeAngel)
I'm a big fan of the TV show my younger sister never misses it; I can't help but see a few minutes of it nearly every day , and I knew eventually a big-screen version would be made. I rented it and watched it on my own one Sunday morning. Okay, so it wasn't as good as I expected, but it was still worth renting. I didn't think that the musical scenes fit well with the rest of the movie, and Angelica really didn't have enough screen time. Chuckie was, as always, an adorable coward. Tommy was the cute little leader, and Phil and Lil were as charming as ever as bickering <more>
twins. A nice new addition to the cast was Baby Dil. Seeming to be a brat, you eventually warm up to him. Many a play on words were used, which always cracked me up. Computer animation was cool. And I must admit, as pathetic as it seems, there were a few scenes where I actually cried! Rent it if you're into cartoons, but otherwise, you might want to stay away from it. 8 out of 10.