Rugrats In Paris: The Movie

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Klasky-Csupo Released 2000

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Released:
2000
Rating:
G

Rugrats in Paris: The Movie is an animated feature film starring Nickelodeon's popular [[Rugrats]] characters Tommy Pickles, Chuckie Finster, Phil and Lil Deville, Angelica Pickles, and Dil Pickles. The film, released in theaters in 2000, is a follow-up to 1998 feature The Rugrats Movie. The whole gang travels to Paris when Tommy's dad Stu is suddenly called overseas to EuroReptarland to repair one of his inventions, a robotic Reptar dinosaur, at the theme park. Also along on the trip is Chaz, Stu's brother and father to Chuckie. Chaz, who has been single since his wife died shortly after Chuckie's birth, is lonely and wants to find a new mother for his son. Coincidentally, Chaz is fixed up with Coco La Bouche (voiced by Susan Sarandon) the park's director who is looking to appear more �soft� by dating a man who has a child. Unfortunately, Coco is not very nice, and Chuckie can't stand the idea of her becoming his new mother. While Chaz is looking for love in all of the wrong places, the babies meet Kimi, a friendly French baby who happens to have a pretty and kind mother, Kira, whom Chuckie adores. Will the babies be able to save the day and stop Chaz from marrying the evil Coco before it's too late? Watch this exciting Rugrats movie to find out!

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  • 80

    Variety Robert Koehler

    Though animated sequels of popular kids' fare tend to perform lower than their progenitors, this one should buck the trend.

  • 60

    The New York Times A.O. Scott

    A one- way ticket to infantile heaven.

  • 50

    Los Angeles Times

    All of this film's faults are nearly forgiven for the short but memorable scene of sumo wrestlers singing a karaoke version of "Bad Girls."

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Family Dramas, sequel, Grade Schoolers, Pre-Teens, children in adult situations