I remember when I was 4-7 I was OBSESSED with the chipmunks. Like, obsessed. My Mom took me to Walmart and I saw a shirt that had Alvin on it and I was like 'I NEED THAT SHIRT MOM BUY IT NOW DESU!1!!!11!!' and it was huge so my mom washed it and it shrunk
This actually looks like that mutated Alvin that Dr. Frankenstein turned Alvin into in revenge for his civilizing his wonderful monster. The toonified Alvin looked and acted weird , wreaking demented havoc all over , causing chaos & confusion ,like a mindless maniac ! One of the last films done before the studio shut down.
Still, the Chipmunk Adventure was an excellent swan song.
What they have done with the brand is not for me, but that doesn't mean its bad. I'm an adult. I'm not the target audience. I do wish, however, that they'd put the Alvin Show out on DVD and keep Ross Bagdasarian's old music in print.
you see for me i never got to watch the alvin show i like the style it looks nice but this new thing that theyve done with it is just bad jokes and terrible things happening like you said you are an adult and are not the target audience neither am i but that dosnt mean i dont get dragged to the movies with my step brother and sister and watch rubbish movies that they pick anyway never mind im just venting i just wish that movies these days wernt all about graphics but wonderful storys and if they did both the combination of a great story and graphics then we have something good on our hands dont we? any movies you could recommend to me that you think are good?
Well, here's 5 because I could spend all day on this: -Tintin rules. I was skeptical at first because of the creepy mo-cap, but it's an excellent, fun movie. A good roller coaster ride, though not particularly deep. -Puss In Boots was really good. I don't care for the Shrek franchise at all. This, thankfully, has nothing to do with the Shrek franchise other than the fairy-tale characters. -getting away from the most recent stuff, Emperor's New Groove was far better than it got credit for. It's a feature-length cartoony cartoon. They kept it simple with 4 main characters for a change, and they all got a chance to shine as a result. -I don't actually know how old you are, but if you're 16 or older, check out Dead Leaves. Hiroyuki Imaishi is a brilliant animator/director who makes the most exaggerated anime ever. It's another style-over-substance choice, but I don't care. -Now if it's substance you want, check out what Brad Bird did before The Incredibles and Ratatouille and check out the incredible Iron Giant.
ah! you are kind for saying all these nice movies! i still want to see tin tin tahts on my to do list ill give puss in boots a go i guess... ive seen the emperors new groove its allright i guess i own it actually ^^ i have also seen dead leaves and am 19 for your information (its my typeing isnt it?)and also i have seen iron giant when i was younger and i cried maybe ill watch it again perhaps? now heres some movies for you to watch of my interest firts off laputa castle in the sky i just love this movie it just clicks with me i dont yeah i recommend that one! the dark crystal what to say its the dark crystal! the labrynth yeah labrynth dood! i just love that 80s feel of these movies gremlins tons of fun they scared the shit outta me when i was young but i couldnt look away this is a movie but instead i reccomend the manga of nausicaa of the valley of the wind the movie is great but i like manga more so give that a go ^^ and perhaps maybe what else... ah! yes i dont know my neighbour totoro or perhaps ah! thats it princess mononoke yeah give all those a go have you seen any of these ones?should we discuss games next?