#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The Rugrats and family become stranded on an island, and Stu Pickles (Jack Riley) is blamed. The kids wander off into the jungle, and Spike (Bruce Willis) loses his sense of smell due to sneezing. This becomes a problem when a clouded leopard named Siri (Chrissie Hynde) finds out about the babies and goes after them, and the situation only gets worse when the kids become trapped underwater with an amnesic Nigel Thornberry (Tim Curry), losing oxygen fast.
Plot: When the Rugrats find themselves stranded on a deserted island, they meet the Thornberrys, a family who agrees to help them escape.
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Forgettable, confusing, with few laughs
I saw this film with my daughter (6 years old) and her friend (7), none of whom are Rugrats fans, mostly because they consider the Rugrat’s humor to be too immature and inappropriate. My daughter and I did, however, mostly enjoy last year’s The Wild Thornberrys Movie.
The plot is a literal and figurative shipwreck. The Rugrats and their parents end up on an uninhabited island somewhere in the Pacific, on which the Thornberrys happen to be. Various groups and individuals splinter off in search of others. By the time Nigel Thornberry gets knocked on the head and reverts to the mental age of a 3 year-old, I had lost track of who was looking for whom and why. How a kid is supposed to follow all these machinations is beyond me.
The sheer number of characters and the randomness with which they run into each other prevent any sort of character depth from being explored. For example, in The Wild Thornberrys Movie, considerable attention was given to Darwin the monkey, who is one of the more interesting characters in this entire assembly (Darwin is smart and makes very insightful observations of human behavior, but he can only communicate with one person, Eliza – to everyone else, he is a dumb monkey). However, here he has what could be characterized as a cameo appearance at best. So, unless you are already familiar with all the characters, and don’t expect much in terms of character development, you’ll be disappointed.
I think there was a moral to the story (something about leadership and redemption), but I was nodding off by the end of the movie, having lost track of the plot. The audience I saw the film with was mostly subdued, with only a few audible laughs. My daughter and her friend said they liked the movie, but they like every movie I take them to, as long as I buy them popcorn. They did not talk about the movie at all the rest of the weekend. On the way home, we listened to the Lilo & Stitch soundtrack, which has much better songs than the few musical numbers in this movie.
I’m not giving this movie the worst rating, because it might be enjoyable for a few Rugrat fans. And the Rugrats’ potty humor is not as bad as it could have been, although there are diaper jokes, bird droppings, and Spike the dog raises his leg a few times.
Two great shows don’t always make the best movie
I’m pretty sure that I probably watched this movie when it was still playing in the movie theaters a long time ago. I still don’t know why I decided to download this movie and rewatch it after 8 long years.
Comparing my experience now to the 7(or 8)-year-old kid that I was, I can say that I enjoyed this movie a whole lot more, before. It’s no big surprise since this movie was targeted towards kids. It was a big plus that during my fresh childhood years, the Rugrats was one of my favorite TV shows. I also watched The Wild Thornberrys every once in a while. With that being said, I guess I enjoyed this movie just because the sight of seeing my favorite characters on the big screen, was already great to me.
It was a decent movie experience. I even got that happy feeling- you know, the one that you feel when the hero finally saves the day after numerous hardships and obstacles- when Donnie took over Darwin’s spot and helped raise the Comvee up with his super hyper energy and also, when the babies and Nigel saw the Giant Squid.
It seemed kind of short, though. Also, I felt that they didn’t give Eliza much screen-time. It kind of revolved around the babies plus Donnie. You can see Lil kind of mature here when she told her brother to stop eating bugs because it was hurting them. It reminded me of a typical older sibling-younger sibling relationship. Not two babies.
I liked the Rugrats in Paris movie and The Wild Thornberrys Movie better than this one. There was more development in both films. In this movie, nothing really happened, come to think of it. The starting and the ending were the best parts of the movie. But it was still enjoyable, seeing as I grew up with the characters of the film. It made me feel a bit nostalgic.
Having said that, I think that both shows are great, but when put together, it didn’t make the best movie. They shouldn’t have done a cross-over.
If you’re a Rugrats and/or The Wild Thornberrys fan, you may consider trying this. But don’t expect it to be amazing. You’re better off watching The Rugrats Movie, Rugrats in Paris or The Wild Thornberrys Movie.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 21 min (81 min), 1 hr 21 min (81 min) (Germany), 1 hr 20 min (80 min) (USA)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director John Eng, Norton Virgien
Writer Kate Boutilier, Monica Piper, David Regal
Actors Jodi Carlisle, Lacey Chabert, Tim Curry
Country United States
Awards 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby, SDDS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Digital
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)