Rugrats Go Wild (2003) - Rotten Tomatoes

Rugrats Go Wild (2003)

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Critic Consensus: The Rugrats franchise has gone from fresh to formulaic.

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When the Rugrats family vacation goes awry, they suddenly find themselves on a deserted island. Hopelessly stuck in the middle of nowhere--without cell phones or cookies!--the Rugrats encounter lizards, leopards and bug eating plants, not to mention the wildest discovery of all--the Thornberrys! But poor Spike isn't having nearly as much fun. His sniffer is on the blink and his reckless Rugrats are wandering through the rainforest alone. Can Eliza Thornberry, who speaks fluent Dog and all animal languages, help the hapless rugmutt find his diapered gang before Siri the white leopard turns their island adventure into a castaway's nightmare?
Rating:
PG (for mild crude humor)
Genre:
Animation , Comedy , Kids & Family
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Written By:
In Theaters:
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On DVD:
Box Office:
$39,400,000.00
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Cast

Elizabeth Daily
as Tommy Pickles
Nancy Cartwright
as Chuckie Finster
Lacey Chabert
as Eliza Thornberry
Tim Curry
as Nigel Thornberry
Flea
as Donnie
Danielle Harris
as Debbie Thornberry
Cheryl Chase
as Angelica Pickles
Kath Soucie
as Betty DeVille
Tom Kane
as Darwin
Jodi Carlisle
as Marianne Thornberry
Cree Summer
as Susie Carmichael
Dionne Quan
as Kimi Finster
Michael Patrick Bell
as Drew Pickles
Jack Riley
as Stu Pickles
Melanie Chartoff
as Didi Pickles
Chrissie Hynde
as Siri the Leopard
LL Cool J
as Piki
E.G. Daily
as Tommy Pickles
Joe Alaskey
as Grandpa Lou
Tress MacNeille
as Charlotte Pickles
Michael Bell
as Drew Pickles/Chas Finster
Julia Kato
as Kira Finster
Phil Proctor
as Howard DeVille
Tara Strong
as Dil Pickles
Tony Jay
as Dr. Lipschitz
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Critic Reviews for Rugrats Go Wild

All Critics (86) | Top Critics (30)

As matinee probations go, the movie's tainted by too many bad songs and too much of Bruce Willis.

June 17, 2003
Village Voice
Top Critic

[T]his is harmless entertainment for very young children. Everyone else though, will be wriggling in their seats like 2-year-olds with wet diapers.

June 16, 2003
Ebert & Roeper
Top Critic

For all the doubling of franchises, Odorama- smelling and smart-aleck references to famous movies and songs, there's nothing particularly bright and charming about the film.

June 13, 2003
Washington Post
Top Critic

The end product is surprisingly engaging, thanks at least in part to a pair of very stinky feet.

Full Review… | June 13, 2003
Toronto Star
Top Critic

The creators of Rugrats and Thornberrys have done a clever job of figuring crossover points for bringing the two together.

June 13, 2003
Seattle Times
Top Critic

Who would have thought those bright minds at Nickelodeon would come up with a stinker?

Full Review… | June 13, 2003
San Francisco Chronicle
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Rugrats Go Wild

½

Decent movie to pass away time... but unfortunately should've ended up being what the Jimmy Timmy Power Hour series are right now.

EpicLadySponge the Adventurer
EpicLadySponge the Adventurer

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½

A good crossover but it has one thing i dislike about it, Bruce Willis as Spike. It just seems out of place for him to play Spike

Michael Edwards
Michael Edwards

Super Reviewer

½

This was both boring and entertaining. Liked their adventures, there was some sad moments.

Dead Angel
Dead Angel

Super Reviewer

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