Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue Reviews
A bunch of household items have their master bring home a monkey that used to be a lab animal. They discover their master has saved the monkey and hopes to keep him safe. Meanwhile, their master, a college student wrapping up his final paper to graduate, loses his paper on finals night. The monkey also disappears that night and seems to be heading back to the lab. Can the two occurrences be linked? The Little Toaster and his friends will do their best to save the monkey and their master!
"I haven't dropped any yet, have I?"
"There's always a first time."
Robert Ramirez, director of The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, Clifford's Really Big Movie, Joseph: King of Dreams, and episodes of Can you Teach my Alligator Manners, The Adventures of Chico and Guapo, and Tasty Time with Zefronk, delivers The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue. The storyline and animation for this film is very dated and felt like an 80s throwback instead of a late 90s picture. The characters were also disappointing and the film was kind of predictable and boring.
"Don't get too comfortable, fellas. You won't be here long."
We grabbed this off Netflix because it was a Disney movie my daughter and I had never seen so we gave it a shot. I can tell you that she loved it. I was very disappointed and felt this was disappointing and actually felt like a Smurfs episode from the 80s. Overall, I'd skip this picture despite being endorsed by Disney.
"Is it the master?"