Rugrats (film series)

The Rugrats film series is a series of films based on the popular Nickelodeon animated series, Rugrats, created by Arlene Klasky, Gbor Csup, and Paul Germain.

The film focuses on Chuckie Finster as he is on a search for a new mother. In this movie, Tommys father, Stu, is invited to stay in Paris, France to rebuild a robotic Reptar used in a play. But when Stus childhating boss, Coco LaBouche, attempts to marry Chuckies father, Chas, just to become the head of her company, Chuckie and the other Rugrats must stop her from becoming his mother. This film guest stars Susan Sarandon as Coco LaBouche, John Lithgow as JeanClaude, and Mako Iwamatsu as Mr. Yamaguchi. This is Christine Cavanaughs final film role before her retirement in 2001.This film is a crossover between the Rugrats and The Wild Thornberrys. In this film, Stu and Didi Pickles decide to take a special vacation with their children, Tommy and Dil, with their friends coming along for the ride. However, the ship Stu has chartered isnt especially seaworthy, and their party ends up stranded on an uncharted island in the Pacific. The kids figure the day is saved when they discover that famous explorer and television personality Sir Nigel Thornberry is also on the island with his family, but after he gets a worldclass knock on the head from a coconut, Nigels upper intellectual register gets knocked out of commission. The Rugrats are then forced to turn to Nigels daughter, Eliza, who not only knows the wilds, but can talk to animals, which comes as quite a surprise to Spike, the Pickles family pooch. In addition to The Wild Thornberrys cast members reprising their roles, this film guest stars Bruce Willis as the voice of Spike, Chrissie Hynde as Siri the clouded leopard, and Ethan Phillips as Toa. This is also the first time Nancy Cartwright voiced Chuckie Finster in a film since his original voice actress retired in 2001. During its theatrical release, the film was presented with scratchandsniff cards which are handed out at the boxoffice to enhance the film experience. The scratchandsniff cards were also included on the home video version of the film. ........

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