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Rugrats In Paris: The Movie

  G HD Closed Captioning

Stig Bergguist & Paul Demeyer

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Plot Summary

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 flown to Paris to do some repairs, with Chas bringing Chuckie and all his friends along. Their visit to the City of Lights proves to be one adventure after another, as Chuckie tries to find a suitable mother (with Coco leading the pack) and Tommy (voice of Elizabeth Dailey) somehow gets behind the wheel of the giant Reptar robot. Rugrats in Paris: The Movie features original songs from T-Boz from TLC, The Baha Men, and Mylene Farmer, while John Lithgow, Debbie Reynolds, and Mako contribute to the voice cast.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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75%
  • Reviews Counted: 73
  • Fresh: 55
  • Rotten: 18
  • Average Rating: 6.3/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: Rugrats in Paris is a one- way ticket to infantile heaven. – Elvis Mitchell, New York Times, Jul 16, 2008

Fresh: 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, Jul 7, 2010

Rotten: Feels like a half-hour TV show inflated into a feature film. – Robin Rauzi, Los Angeles Times, Jan 24, 2006

Fresh: The character work is strong, and the celebrity recruits are fun. – Michael Rechtshaffen, Hollywood Reporter, Jun 24, 2010

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Customer Reviews

GREAT

this movie is the best! if they brought back rugrats,hey arnold, the angry beavers, as told by ginger, and catdog no one would watch disney channel.

omg!!! I LOVE THIS!!!

ok yeah this movie is great! and im 15 almost 16 on aguast 25! so yeah um well worth it!! :)

IT'S A CLASSIC!

when i say classic i mean kids now a days are more into "high school musical" but when we where kids we would watch rugrats or As Told By Ginger... it was just our way of life!! you wake up go to school then get home and watch cartoons... i am very happy the iTunes added rugrats...

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  • $14.99
  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Released: 2001

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