Pop-singer Chipmunks Alvin, Simon and Theodore turn a songwriter's life upside-down. Bonus features included: Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip Down Memory Lane, The Ultimate 'Munk Mash Up, Behind the Nuts: Munkumentary, The Dudes Behind the Munks!, A 3D Dynamo: The Visual Effects of Alvin and the Chipmunks, Get Munk'd, Chipmunks Live on Tour!, Chip-Chip-Hooray! Chipmunk History, Hitting the Harmony.
Alvin and the Chipmunks + Bonus
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Pop-singer Chipmunks Alvin, Simon and Theodore turn a songwriter's life upside-down. Bonus features: Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip Down Memory Lane - Join “Dave” himself, Jason Lee, for a nutty, action-packed chip - er, trip - down memory lane, as we celebrate all four Chipmunk flicks. The Ultimate 'Munk Mash Up - Relive the wildest, wackiest and (a)corniest moments from the Chipmunks movie series, as we see why Dave is always screaming “Alviiiiin!” Behind the Nuts: Munkumentary - You’ve heard the tall tails - now find out what our stars are really like, as we go behind the scenes on a rockin’ Chipmunks movie set tour. The Dudes Behind the Munks! - Meet the real-life guys who give Alvin, Simon and Theodore their golden voices and discover how they achieved history-munking success! A 3D Dynamo: The Visual Effects of Alvin and the Chipmunks - How do you make a chipmunk talk, sing and bust a move? Find out as the computer wizards who bring our trio to life share their secrets. Get Munk'd - Get your Chip-Hop on, as choreographer Rosero McCoy and his team teach us all the moves to the Chipmunks’ smash dance routine Witch Doctor. Chipmunks Live on Tour! - Get your squeak on and experience the Chipmunks live and in-person, as they take the party on the road with stage shows across America! Chip-Chip-Hooray! Chipmunk History - Chip-Chip-Learn the amazing true story of how the Chipmunks were created, and meet the songwriting genius who first brought them to life. Hooray! Chipmunk History Hitting the Harmony - Take a road chip inside the recording studio, as the Chipmunks and their ace music team bring on da munk to record their latest soundtrack.
Studio20th Century Fox
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109 critic reviews
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The musical numbers are initially appealing - think close harmonies and smart foot stepping to the likes of 'Funkytown' - but the novelty is likely to wear thin for adults when the 'munks get kitted out as a street boy band.
Ebert & Roeper
17/12/2007 by Richard Roeper
It's fairly awful.
New York Times
14/12/2007 by Andy Webster
Hollywood continues its tired milking of old television properties with Alvin and the Chipmunks, a slick updating of the musical-cartoon franchise.
14/12/2007 by Michael Phillips
Alvin and the Chipmunks goes in one eye and out the other, featuring a CGI Alvin, Simon and Theodore interacting with a human-ish world.
14/12/2007 by Claudia Puig
Sure, rodents are hot this year. But unlike Ratatouille's chef prodigy Remy, these mischief makers bring nothing new to the table.
14/12/2007 by Susan Walker
Me, I want a hula hoop.
14/12/2007 by Stephen Hunter
This film features what look like living plush toys.
San Francisco Chronicle
14/12/2007 by Peter Hartlaub
Between the occasional amusing joke and catchy musical number, this Alvin update is a very soulless movie.
New York Post
14/12/2007 by Lou Lumenick
For adults, it's like being hit over the head with a mallet every 10 seconds for 90 minutes. Two days later, I still had a headache.
New York Daily News
14/12/2007 by Elizabeth Weitzman
Oh, come on. Do you really care? And even if you do, you shouldn't.
Los Angeles Times
14/12/2007 by Michael Ordoña
Dang it, the little animated rodents are cute. Not as cute as the ber-rendered daemons of The Golden Compass, but they'll do.
14/12/2007 by Tom Long
Detroit Free Press
14/12/2007 by John Monaghan
Young viewers will enjoy the slapstick, while parents will relate to Lee's amiable frustration as the trio's surrogate dad.
14/12/2007 by Roger Ebert
I was also grateful that Alvin wears a red sweater with a big 'A' on it as an aid to identification, since otherwise all the chipmunks seem to be identical, like Mutant Turtles or Spice Girls.
14/12/2007 by Ty Burr
The script leans heavily on the pranks and big-eyed cuteness of the li'l guys and leaves the live actors with unfunny dialogue and nothing to do.
Globe and Mail
14/12/2007 by Stephen Cole
By the end of the movie, even the Chipmunks' youngest fans will find themselves wishing that Alvin and the boys would get back to where they once belonged: a tree.
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