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The Rugrats Movie
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The Rugrats Movie

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Tommy Pickles tries to return his baby brother to the hospital after his mean-spirited friend warned once his new sibling is born his parents won't care about him. But soon Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil and newborn baby Dil get lost in the forest.
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Maria Garcia
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March 28, 2006

Like many children's films, The Rugrats Movie is told from the point of view of a boy who enjoys a wonderful relationship with another boy.
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Steven D. Greydanus
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October 29, 2008

The result is several steps above the clunky, offputting animation of the series' early episodes.
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Wally Hammond
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June 24, 2006

Those unfamiliar with the series will have a chance to marvel at Klasky and Csupo's refreshing innovations: their affectionate play with traditional presentations of 'sweet' baby behaviour and 'pretty' toddler looks.
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Jeff Millar

July 21, 2005

Although it works on two levels, one thing makes it work for any age: the sense of the id unloosed.
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Nell Minow

December 29, 2010

Kids will love it, parents may not.
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Joe Leydon
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May 20, 2008

Makes little effort to reach beyond its target audience.
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Sandra Contreras
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May 20, 2008

Intermittently snappy and featuring slicker animation than its TV incarnation, this popular children's cartoon may satisfy its youngest fans, but it'll be a big snoozefest for the rest of the family.
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Peter Stack
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June 18, 2002

It's a fun-filled oddity among G- rated animated movies. But some folks may conclude that the babies' creators have gone off the deep end to satisfy a '90s sensibility that favors edgy entertainment.
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Neil Jeffries
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May 20, 2008

Fun for kids, but, despite some adult references, appeal for the over 10s is limited.
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Lisa Alspector
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May 20, 2008

The dialogue reproduces infantile idiom even as it parodies the baby talk of adults, and a touching, didactic scene involving a baby blanket that's become the object of sibling rivalry may appeal to a broad age range.
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Kevin Thomas
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February 14, 2001

What is most likely to impress adults is that the world of the Rugrats is not idealized or homogenized.
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