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herio at 3:56AM, Sept. 4, 2007
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in there other movie i wached the move when i was a kid there nromly human sized i think they werre boy band parody


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spiritmonkey at 6:59AM, Sept. 4, 2007
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Most odd
i guess they decided they should be chipmunk sized
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madscott at 9:39AM, Sept. 4, 2007
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I keep waiting for Earls brother to show up.
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yadiel at 6:13PM, Sept. 4, 2007
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O_o noooo that can't be real O_o I hated that cartoon and now it will be a movieee XD
I liked garfield's but hated scooby's, and I will hate this one, the guy don't even resembles David XD
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kingofsnake at 7:08PM, Sept. 4, 2007
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Oh man, total nostalgia trip on that second clip. I gotta pick that one up on DVD.

The animation on that was excellent! Man, they just didn't cut corners back in the day.

I mean look how comparitivly shitty the animation is on this one from iunno the nineties or something



In the original movie they were really animated, they streched like rubber to dance Tex Avery style. In this one they're so static and crappy.
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7384395948urhfdjfrueruieieueue at 8:20PM, Sept. 4, 2007
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I keep waiting for Earls brother to show up.
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Eunice P at 11:44PM, Sept. 4, 2007
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There's a new Chipmunk live movie? I don't think I'll watch. They completely changed the character design.
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herio at 2:37AM, Sept. 5, 2007
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I mean look how comparitivly shitty the animation is on this one from iunno the nineties or something

In the original movie they were really animated, they streched like rubber to dance Tex Avery style. In this one they're so static and crappy.
diftrant move diamond dolls was ant that bad for the time i from can reamer

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Slowbro at 3:36AM, Sept. 5, 2007
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Oh Dear…
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kingofsnake at 5:01AM, Sept. 5, 2007
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Thats whatI was saying Herio. The chipmunk adventure had really excellent animation, whereas nowadays more and more animated movies cut corners and are just subpar
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mislabeledmayhem at 7:36PM, Sept. 5, 2007
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…There was a certain limit to how far they could take the chipmunks, and this is really… crossing the line. XD;

And yeah, they were more little-kid sized rather then chipmunk sized. This is definately one of those movies that you wait for a younger relative to recieve and then watch to see how it is…

Not much of an Alvin and the Chipmunk fan myself, some of the songs made me laugh because they're high pitched. x3
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Eunice P at 5:02AM, Sept. 6, 2007
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Thats whatI was saying Herio. The chipmunk adventure had really excellent animation, whereas nowadays more and more animated movies cut corners and are just subpar

I notice a lot of the American cartoons are all flash animated style… edgy character designs with thick outlines. I would definitely love to see more of American animation in more… artistically animated style, where you can actually see the character's expressive motion in their figure movements and expressions.
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