Rugrats Go Wild Reviews
A crossover film involving the Rugrats and the Thornberries may not at first seem like a smart move, but I found this movie very enjoyable. E.G. Daily is terrific as always as the lovable Tommy Pickles, and Angelica meets her match in terms of brattiness with another Thornberry. And hey, it does feature Bruce Willis as the voice of Spike! Filled with truly wild imagination as we've grown accustomed to with the Rugrats, what exactly is not to like here? My complaints are that perhaps the music could have been a bit more addicting rather than boring, and overall the film does drag on a little bit, but I've enjoyed it. Those with no imagination need not watch. :)
The rugrats become stranded on an island when they run into the Thornberrys who are in the middle of filming a documentary. The Thornberrys help the rugrats survive and provide resources, while the rugrats accompany them on adventures. A fun story unfolds with a sneezing dog and a snow leopard.
"I can't smell my own butt I've licked it so much. I've tried."
John Eng, director of Globehunters and episodes from the television series Duckman and Dreamworks Dragons, delivers Rugrats Go Wild. The storyline for this picture is fairly fun and the characters are funny and entertaining. The script is a bit racy at times but pretty funny. The animation style aligns fairly consistently with the show, nothing special.
"You baby's are going to help? You babies can't keep your fingers out of your nose."
My daughter and I watched this off Netflix and she found it fairly entertaining. We both laughed throughout the movie and I thought Bruce Willis was an awesome voice as the dog. The overall movie is just okay but I will say this is worth a viewing; it just may not be worth purchasing.
"She thinks her little farts don't smell."
-Lack of sing of along songs
-Feels like special episode not movie