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Thanks to Alvin's on-stage shenanigans, Dave is laid-up in a Paris hospital. While he's recuperating, his cousin Toby is entrusted with The Chipmunks' care. Toby, is best known for starring as the titular hero - a nerdy electronics store employee who unexpectedly becomes a spy -- in the NBC comedy-adventure series "Chuck." Toby out-geeks even super-nerd Chuck; Toby is an obsessive videogame player who is totally out to sea when it comes to "parenting" -- and trouble-prone Alvin, Simon and Theodore don't make things any easier for him!
Animated Comedy - Like the first film, this is a music-filled comedy aimed at the kid
audience. Adult fans of Jason Lee may be disappointed by his
diminished presence this time out, but the target audience should
eat this up.
USA TodayFull Review Average But little time seems to have been spent casting the humans and even less in providing essential acting guidance by director Betty Thomas. In fact, it seems as if no professional actors were hired in the making of this motion picture.
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OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
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Based on a theater exit polling of 55 moviegoers:
CHILDREN:As expected, most of the children loved this movie. However, there were a few who rated it average and below average.
TEENS:All the teens loved the Chipmunks. No one rated it low, which is unusual for teens.
TWENTYSOMETHINGS:There were only a few in this age group and all but one of them loved the Chipmunks.
ADULTS:The male reviews are not very good, but they aren't terrible. The female reviews are quite a bit better. Most enjoyed it very much.