Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

Director: Stig Bergguist, Paul Demeyer Cast: Elizabeth Daily, Christine Cavanaugh
3.8 5

DVD (Wide Screen / Dolby 5.1 / Stereo)

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Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

The third in the series, combining both the popular Nickelodeon hits Rugrats and The Wild Thornberrys, Rugrats Go Wild wasn't the hit that Paramount had hoped for, but there is little doubt the young ones will be clamoring for this DVD. Sure to be seen as family friendly, this disc comes in both 2.35:1 anamorphic and pan-and-scan transfers. Kids may not notice, but the image is amazing, with bright, strong colors and perfect line detail. As would be expected, there are no distracting elements such as grain or print scratches. The picture is unquestionably the highlight of this title, since the 5.1 Dolby Digital track lacks any real creative appeal. The surrounds aren't utilized as would be expected from such a recent release, and the almost exclusive use of the front speakers doesn't add any depth to the audio field. While the sound is weak, the supplements are even more so: four deleted songs (which are debatably worse than the already poor ones used in the film), an unused scene, and an alternate ending, all in partial-work print form. Labeled a "featurette" -- though not even two minutes in length -- cast members Bruce Willis and Chrissie Hynde talk about singing and working together. Finally, along with a few other promotional pieces for Paramount products is an "interactive" game that even the youngest child could master. The payoff if the game is won? An extremely brief interview with Tom Kane, the voice of Darwin. Certainly not without merit, this is neither the best of the Rugrats series, nor the most interesting DVD to go along with it. Parents may want to sit this out, but kids will surely be entertained.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/27/2001
UPC: 0097363367246
Original Release: 2000
Rating: G
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time: 1:18:00

Special Features

Widescreen version enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs; Interactive menus; Scene selection; "Rugrats in Paris" documentary; English subtitles; Theatrical trailer; Two theatrical promotional spots; Sound effects showcase: Chuckie Chan; Two alternate endings; "Who Let the Dogs Out?" Baha Men music video; Two interactive DVD-ROM games: Chuckie Chan and Mom-o-Matic

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elizabeth Daily Tommy Pickles
Christine Cavanaugh Chuckey Finster
Michael Patrick Bell Chas Finster
Susan Sarandon Coco La Bouche
Cheryl Chase Anjelica Pickles
Julia Kato Kira
Jack Riley Stu Pickles
Melanie Chartoff Didi Pickles
Tara Charendoff Voice Only
Kath Soucie Voice Only
John Lithgow Jean-Claude
Lisa McClowry Voice Only
Debbie Reynolds Voice Only
Mako Voice Only
Casey Kasem Voice Only
Tim Curry Voice Only
Philip Proctor Voice Only
Dan Castellaneta Voice Only
Tress MacNeille Voice Only
Kevin Richardson Voice Only
Billy West Voice Only
Joe Alaskey Grandpa Pickles

Technical Credits
Stig Bergguist Director
Paul Demeyer Director
George Acogny Musical Direction/Supervision
James Bolt Sound/Sound Designer
Kate Boutilier Screenwriter
John Bryant Editor
Eryk Casemiro Executive Producer
Gabor Csupo Producer
Jill Gorey Screenwriter
Albie Hecht Executive Producer
Barbara Herndon Screenwriter
Arlene Klasky Producer
Gena Kornyshev Art Director
Tracy Kramer Co-producer
Dima Malanitchev Editor,Production Designer
Paul Massey Sound/Sound Designer
Stephan A. McKenzie Casting
Mark Mothersbaugh Score Composer
Julia Pistor Executive Producer
J. David Stem Screenwriter
Terry Thoren Co-producer
Norton Virgien Co-producer
Hal Waite Executive Producer
David N. Weiss Screenwriter
William R. Wright Animator

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Rugrats In Paris The Movie
0. Scene Selections
1. The Bobfather [1:32]
2. A New Mommy [6:03]
3. EuroReptarland [1:26]
4. Princess Parade [8:26]
5. Ooey Gooey World [7:49]
6. Chuckie Chan [:13]
7. Mommy Princess [5:12]
8. Angelica Confesses [2:22]
9. Reptar vs. RoboSnail [5:58]
10. Chas Gets Married [2:01]

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Rugrats in Paris: The Movie 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Reptar is nice monster kids would like REPTAR.He is a big green dinosaur.REPTAR has a very pretty friend.The friend's name is prinses.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the most culturally insulting thing I've seen since Anna & the King & Samurai Jack. The stereotypes seem to be the main focus of the film, & they're highly innacurate. Instead of being a bad influence on children, the writers & animators should have actually studied & made this film educational as well as entertaining. On the animation itself, the computer graphics seriously need work.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
i loved this movie. it had more action than the first one. the first movie was kinda boring. i loved kimi.