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This movie is creative, funny and awesome the story is unpredictable in some many ways that i can't describe but if the critics can't stand a good piece of film that is standing in front of their faces then i don't get what is up with you if u don't like this amazement of a sequel or squeakquel
Más lenta y aburrida que la primera, con una trama que hasta pone a dormír a niños.
MY PROFESSOR WORKED ON THIS MOVIE !!!!@121 THEODORE DANCING WAS HIS SPECIALIZATION. I now want to pursue a career in Visual Effects because of this movie. 8/10 ALVINS!!!
a little worse than the first film but i still like it!
One star is generous, this is not my chipmunks.
Dear makers of Alvin and the chipmunks the Squeakquel:
We feel that the inclusion of all of the scary hospital scenes in a kids' movie was despicable. The kid watching this was named Josie and she is 5 years old and did not like it. We strongly feel that you should never include such scary images in a kids movie without warning. Luckily for us it is Christmas time so we will have presents flying at our faces to distract us from all the scariness.
Josie and Kacy
With good direction by Betty Thomas, great screenplay by Jon Vitti, Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger, excellent voice acting, beautiful visual effects and fun performances by Zachary Levi, David Cross and Jason Lee, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel can be better and more hilarious than its predecessor
Pretty good film it was great I recommend it
With an unfocused plot, pop culture references that are trying desperately to keep the older audience members awake (look, Silence of the Lambs reference, did you get it? DID YOU GET IT?), unfunny kiddie humour and the high-pitched voice acting and song covers being just as grating to listen to as they were the first time around, The Squeakquel's only good things it had going for it are Jason Lee wisely reducing his screentime (I wonder if Kevin Smith was shaking his head in disbelief back in 2009), cutesy CGI and some entertainment value from Zachary Levi. How dare you contribute to The Princess and the Frog not making as much money as Disney wanted to, thus ruining their "2D animated movie every other year" plan?
Awful. These guys are the worst thing to happen to movies and music