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Not Rated TV-Y equivalent 1. Paramount doesn't see it that way, though. This episode runs shorter than the other two because it is presented without end credits, making its conclusion feel all the more abrupt. Furthermore, while the list price is reasonable enough to put this in the intended impulse buy range, it's not low enough to consider a good value. The success of the special 's A Chipmunk Christmas cleared the path for a new cartoon series, "Alvin and the Chipmunks", which became part of NBC's Saturday morning lineup in Though squeakiness has always been the name of the Chipmunks' game, here it sometimes borders on jarring and never is crisp or vital. Ross Bagdasarian, Janice Karman Writers: Besides the disc, all one finds inside the standard black keepcase is a single-sided insert advertising the Chipmunks' official website. The tiny adults try to stay safe and get noticed. The visuals always have a soft, unpolished look to them. With that successful feature on DVD today from Fox, Paramount is reaching into its catalogue and releasing a pair of DVDs that showcase the Chipmunks' second heyday, the '80s one. He takes the 'munks back to , where the group's future success seems in doubt with Alvin leaning towards abandoning singing for ironing. To boot, the episode which lends its title to the disc was already one of the 3 included on last spring's "Go to the Movies" DVD. There's nary a bonus feature in sight, not even commercials for other relevant titles. However, with the DVD format over ten years old and the rampant availability of catalog TV content about seven, comprehensive sets of the s "Alvin and the Chipmunks" are looking unlikely, even with the new life born out of Fox's recent blockbuster. They are "Kong! September 8 - December 15, Suggested Retail Price: None; Closed Captioned Original Airdates: Little care seems to have gone into making the nearly year-old episodes look presentable. Adults dvd movies



The success of the special 's A Chipmunk Christmas cleared the path for a new cartoon series, "Alvin and the Chipmunks", which became part of NBC's Saturday morning lineup in Short synopses of the three featured shows, which barely qualify as parodies of three of the most beloved PG-rated comedies of the s Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Big, and Back to the Future , follow. Paramount doesn't see it that way, though. None; Closed Captioned Original Airdates: Funny, We Shrunk the Adults, provides three episodes from the eighth and final season of "Alvin and the Chipmunks. With that successful feature on DVD today from Fox, Paramount is reaching into its catalogue and releasing a pair of DVDs that showcase the Chipmunks' second heyday, the '80s one. Further disappointing, neither foreign language dubs nor any subtitle tracks are provided, though at least closed captions are offered. Meanwhile, the Dolby Stereo soundtrack is none too easy on the ears. To boot, the episode which lends its title to the disc was already one of the 3 included on last spring's "Go to the Movies" DVD. I guess we should be glad that we're given the choice to play one episode or all three. Little care seems to have gone into making the nearly year-old episodes look presentable. It's clear that this release isn't aiming to satisfy completists and major fans, but one imagines that something worth deeming special could have very easily been provided or put together. It seems likely that the DVD might go out of print with this new one around.

Adults dvd movies



Further disappointing, neither foreign language dubs nor any subtitle tracks are provided, though at least closed captions are offered. Par for the no-frills presentation, the DVD serves up just a single menu, which is neither animated nor audible. September 8 - December 15, Suggested Retail Price: So less than a year after the studio released a 3-episode compilation, we get another 3-episode compilation. The subject of this review, Alvin and the Chipmunks Go to the Movies: Meanwhile, the Dolby Stereo soundtrack is none too easy on the ears. Paramount's 3-episode DVD makes little effort to spruce up the year-old series. That reality and the strength of the featured series are enough to pay some notice to this disc in spite of all the reasons not to. The tiny adults try to stay safe and get noticed. To boot, the episode which lends its title to the disc was already one of the 3 included on last spring's "Go to the Movies" DVD. This episode runs shorter than the other two because it is presented without end credits, making its conclusion feel all the more abrupt. Bagdasarian's premature passing in at the age of 52 momentarily halted the careers of his most famous creations. He takes the 'munks back to , where the group's future success seems in doubt with Alvin leaning towards abandoning singing for ironing. However, with the DVD format over ten years old and the rampant availability of catalog TV content about seven, comprehensive sets of the s "Alvin and the Chipmunks" are looking unlikely, even with the new life born out of Fox's recent blockbuster. Though squeakiness has always been the name of the Chipmunks' game, here it sometimes borders on jarring and never is crisp or vital. Fifty years ago, they were introduced by Ross Bagdasarian in a pair of chart-topping novelty songs, the unofficial "Witch Doctor" and the enduring holiday favorite "The Chipmunk Song Christmas Don't Be Late. It's clear that this release isn't aiming to satisfy completists and major fans, but one imagines that something worth deeming special could have very easily been provided or put together. Thus, whether due to song clearances or merely studio reluctance, a compilation like this might be your only legal chance to own "Alvin" and "Movies" episodes on DVD.



































Adults dvd movies



The Eighties proved to be the right decade for the group; the show would run for eight seasons, generating three Daytime Emmy nominations and a big screen outing in Though squeakiness has always been the name of the Chipmunks' game, here it sometimes borders on jarring and never is crisp or vital. Three other episodes were released individually in the mids on videocassettes from Walt Disney Home Video. There's nary a bonus feature in sight, not even commercials for other relevant titles. Thus, whether due to song clearances or merely studio reluctance, a compilation like this might be your only legal chance to own "Alvin" and "Movies" episodes on DVD. He takes the 'munks back to , where the group's future success seems in doubt with Alvin leaning towards abandoning singing for ironing. This episode runs shorter than the other two because it is presented without end credits, making its conclusion feel all the more abrupt. I guess we should be glad that we're given the choice to play one episode or all three. However, with the DVD format over ten years old and the rampant availability of catalog TV content about seven, comprehensive sets of the s "Alvin and the Chipmunks" are looking unlikely, even with the new life born out of Fox's recent blockbuster. September 8 - December 15, Suggested Retail Price: Meanwhile, the Dolby Stereo soundtrack is none too easy on the ears. His sudden growth helps land him a fun job at a record studio, managing the Chipettes' band The Babes. It's clear that this release isn't aiming to satisfy completists and major fans, but one imagines that something worth deeming special could have very easily been provided or put together. It seems likely that the DVD might go out of print with this new one around. Ross Bagdasarian, Janice Karman Writers: Paramount's 3-episode DVD makes little effort to spruce up the year-old series. But he soon learns adulthood isn't all it's cracked up to be. To boot, the episode which lends its title to the disc was already one of the 3 included on last spring's "Go to the Movies" DVD. Fifty years ago, they were introduced by Ross Bagdasarian in a pair of chart-topping novelty songs, the unofficial "Witch Doctor" and the enduring holiday favorite "The Chipmunk Song Christmas Don't Be Late. Little care seems to have gone into making the nearly year-old episodes look presentable. The visuals always have a soft, unpolished look to them. Try figuring out the logic in that. Bagdasarian's premature passing in at the age of 52 momentarily halted the careers of his most famous creations. That reality and the strength of the featured series are enough to pay some notice to this disc in spite of all the reasons not to. There were only thirteen episodes produced in this incarnation, so "The Chipmunks Go to the Movies" which is not to be confused with the album of the same name is practically crying for a two-disc, complete series DVD.

The clash of the '50s and '90s Chipmunks, complete with different looks and sensibilities, is mined for much fun as the two groups switch places and befuddle Dave. The visuals always have a soft, unpolished look to them. So less than a year after the studio released a 3-episode compilation, we get another 3-episode compilation. Paramount doesn't see it that way, though. September 8 - December 15, Suggested Retail Price: The subject of this review, Alvin and the Chipmunks Go to the Movies: Short synopses of the three featured shows, which barely qualify as parodies of three of the most beloved PG-rated comedies of the s Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Big, and Back to the Future , follow. That reality and the strength of the featured series are enough to pay some notice to this disc in spite of all the reasons not to. Three other episodes were released individually in the mids on videocassettes from Walt Disney Home Video. Little care seems to have gone into making the nearly year-old episodes look presentable. Not Rated TV-Y equivalent 1. With that successful feature on DVD today from Fox, Paramount is reaching into its catalogue and releasing a pair of DVDs that showcase the Chipmunks' second heyday, the '80s one. Though squeakiness has always been the name of the Chipmunks' game, here it sometimes borders on jarring and never is crisp or vital. There were only thirteen episodes produced in this incarnation, so "The Chipmunks Go to the Movies" which is not to be confused with the album of the same name is practically crying for a two-disc, complete series DVD. None; Closed Captioned Original Airdates: The Eighties proved to be the right decade for the group; the show would run for eight seasons, generating three Daytime Emmy nominations and a big screen outing in But he soon learns adulthood isn't all it's cracked up to be. There's nary a bonus feature in sight, not even commercials for other relevant titles. Adults dvd movies



Besides the disc, all one finds inside the standard black keepcase is a single-sided insert advertising the Chipmunks' official website. I guess we should be glad that we're given the choice to play one episode or all three. Bagdasarian's premature passing in at the age of 52 momentarily halted the careers of his most famous creations. That reality and the strength of the featured series are enough to pay some notice to this disc in spite of all the reasons not to. Not Rated TV-Y equivalent 1. Meanwhile, the Dolby Stereo soundtrack is none too easy on the ears. He takes the 'munks back to , where the group's future success seems in doubt with Alvin leaning towards abandoning singing for ironing. With that successful feature on DVD today from Fox, Paramount is reaching into its catalogue and releasing a pair of DVDs that showcase the Chipmunks' second heyday, the '80s one. Little care seems to have gone into making the nearly year-old episodes look presentable. Thus, whether due to song clearances or merely studio reluctance, a compilation like this might be your only legal chance to own "Alvin" and "Movies" episodes on DVD. Par for the no-frills presentation, the DVD serves up just a single menu, which is neither animated nor audible. The success of the special 's A Chipmunk Christmas cleared the path for a new cartoon series, "Alvin and the Chipmunks", which became part of NBC's Saturday morning lineup in While a fair share of the shortcomings certainly can be traced back to the budget animation, DVD only serves to emphasize the print intrusions that pose a pretty serious distraction. There were only thirteen episodes produced in this incarnation, so "The Chipmunks Go to the Movies" which is not to be confused with the album of the same name is practically crying for a two-disc, complete series DVD. His sudden growth helps land him a fun job at a record studio, managing the Chipettes' band The Babes. The tiny adults try to stay safe and get noticed. Though squeakiness has always been the name of the Chipmunks' game, here it sometimes borders on jarring and never is crisp or vital. Paramount doesn't see it that way, though. So less than a year after the studio released a 3-episode compilation, we get another 3-episode compilation. Short synopses of the three featured shows, which barely qualify as parodies of three of the most beloved PG-rated comedies of the s Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Big, and Back to the Future , follow. This episode runs shorter than the other two because it is presented without end credits, making its conclusion feel all the more abrupt. Fifty years ago, they were introduced by Ross Bagdasarian in a pair of chart-topping novelty songs, the unofficial "Witch Doctor" and the enduring holiday favorite "The Chipmunk Song Christmas Don't Be Late. To boot, the episode which lends its title to the disc was already one of the 3 included on last spring's "Go to the Movies" DVD. The subject of this review, Alvin and the Chipmunks Go to the Movies: However, with the DVD format over ten years old and the rampant availability of catalog TV content about seven, comprehensive sets of the s "Alvin and the Chipmunks" are looking unlikely, even with the new life born out of Fox's recent blockbuster. There's nary a bonus feature in sight, not even commercials for other relevant titles. Furthermore, while the list price is reasonable enough to put this in the intended impulse buy range, it's not low enough to consider a good value. It seems likely that the DVD might go out of print with this new one around.

Adults dvd movies



Though squeakiness has always been the name of the Chipmunks' game, here it sometimes borders on jarring and never is crisp or vital. With that successful feature on DVD today from Fox, Paramount is reaching into its catalogue and releasing a pair of DVDs that showcase the Chipmunks' second heyday, the '80s one. Fifty years ago, they were introduced by Ross Bagdasarian in a pair of chart-topping novelty songs, the unofficial "Witch Doctor" and the enduring holiday favorite "The Chipmunk Song Christmas Don't Be Late. So less than a year after the studio released a 3-episode compilation, we get another 3-episode compilation. The visuals always have a soft, unpolished look to them. Not Rated TV-Y equivalent 1. Paramount doesn't see it that way, though. Paramount's 3-episode DVD makes little effort to spruce up the year-old series. It seems likely that the DVD might go out of print with this new one around. The tiny adults try to stay safe and get noticed. Thus, whether due to song clearances or merely studio reluctance, a compilation like this might be your only legal chance to own "Alvin" and "Movies" episodes on DVD. Meanwhile, the Dolby Stereo soundtrack is none too easy on the ears. The clash of the '50s and '90s Chipmunks, complete with different looks and sensibilities, is mined for much fun as the two groups switch places and befuddle Dave. I guess we should be glad that we're given the choice to play one episode or all three. None; Closed Captioned Original Airdates: This episode runs shorter than the other two because it is presented without end credits, making its conclusion feel all the more abrupt. The subject of this review, Alvin and the Chipmunks Go to the Movies: Furthermore, while the list price is reasonable enough to put this in the intended impulse buy range, it's not low enough to consider a good value. Funny, We Shrunk the Adults, provides three episodes from the eighth and final season of "Alvin and the Chipmunks. The success of the special 's A Chipmunk Christmas cleared the path for a new cartoon series, "Alvin and the Chipmunks", which became part of NBC's Saturday morning lineup in Short synopses of the three featured shows, which barely qualify as parodies of three of the most beloved PG-rated comedies of the s Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Big, and Back to the Future , follow. September 8 - December 15, Suggested Retail Price: Par for the no-frills presentation, the DVD serves up just a single menu, which is neither animated nor audible. To boot, the episode which lends its title to the disc was already one of the 3 included on last spring's "Go to the Movies" DVD.

Adults dvd movies



The Eighties proved to be the right decade for the group; the show would run for eight seasons, generating three Daytime Emmy nominations and a big screen outing in To boot, the episode which lends its title to the disc was already one of the 3 included on last spring's "Go to the Movies" DVD. Thus, whether due to song clearances or merely studio reluctance, a compilation like this might be your only legal chance to own "Alvin" and "Movies" episodes on DVD. Short synopses of the three featured shows, which barely qualify as parodies of three of the most beloved PG-rated comedies of the s Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Big, and Back to the Future , follow. I guess we should be glad that we're given the choice to play one episode or all three. Little care seems to have gone into making the nearly year-old episodes look presentable. With that successful feature on DVD today from Fox, Paramount is reaching into its catalogue and releasing a pair of DVDs that showcase the Chipmunks' second heyday, the '80s one. There's nary a bonus feature in sight, not even commercials for other relevant titles. September 8 - December 15, Suggested Retail Price: This episode runs shorter than the other two because it is presented without end credits, making its conclusion feel all the more abrupt. His sudden growth helps land him a fun job at a record studio, managing the Chipettes' band The Babes. The visuals always have a soft, unpolished look to them.

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