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About the Movie
Everyone's favorite football-headed city kid graduates from television to the big screen in this animated comedy-adventure based on the Nickelodeon TV series. Arnold (voice of Spencer Klein) and his good friend, Gerald (voice of Jamil Walker Smith), live in a tight-knit neighborhood in the middle of a big city. Like most of their neighbors, Arnold and Gerald love their community, and when they learn that Scheck (voice of Paul Sorvino), a wealthy and powerful developer, plans to buy up their neighborhood, tear down the buildings, and put up a massive shopping mall in its place, they decide something has to be done. While the adults come up with a dodgy scheme to blow up the streets in their neighborhood, Arnold and Gerald hatch a more practical scheme, with the help of Helga (voice of Francesca Marie Smith), who can't decide if she likes Arnold or hates his guts. Arnold and Gerald learn that their neighborhood was designated a historical landmark years ago, but can they prove it before Scheck moves in with his bulldozers? Hey Arnold! The Movie also features the voice talents of Jennifer Jason Leigh, Christopher Lloyd, and Dan Castellaneta.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 78
- Fresh: 23
- Rotten: 55
- Average Rating: 4.6/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Hey Arnold! The Movie is what happens when you blow up small potatoes to 10 times their natural size, and it ain't pretty.
Rotten: Neither funny nor suspenseful nor particularly well-drawn.
Rotten: The simplistic drawing is closer to Peanuts than The Lion King, and the dialogue is strangely anachronistic.
Rotten: Hey Arnold! The Movie could have been made 40 years ago, and parents' appreciation of it may depend on whether they consider that a good thing.
This series rocks!!
i remember i used to watch the show and i loved it- well i still do and i cant believe it was cancelled!! = (( well- i am glad there is a movie!! yay!! = ))
not a terrible movie, but not good.
- Genre: Kids & Family
- Released: 2002
- © 2002 by Paramount Pictures and Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved.