The Chipmunks

January 12, 2011 by Post Team 

The Chipmunks, Elmer spent his life on the Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny tail of this wascally wabbit hunting and Daffy Duck season.

If only he had concentrated his energies on the hunt for Hanna-Barbera picnic basket-a-flying Yogi Bear, he could have saved us much grief.

Resuscitated, Alvin and the Chipmunks style, in a 3D animated film that mixes live action Yogi Bear is always wedded to pin the picnic baskets and is always more intelligent than the bear ave-rage- (which is: really, really stupid).

In this incarnation, expressed by former Blues Brother and Ghostbuster Dan Aykroyd, it is instantly annoying. The crowd-10 will laugh the first time it is dropped or thrown by one of its own machines, but that will soon disappear.

Long-suffering sidekick Yogi Bear Boo Boo Junior (voice of Justin Timberlake-style kid-with-a-cold cute) must wonder every day how he got stuck with this moron. But its Ranger Smith (Tom Cavanagh, Ed TV) is really enough antics Yogi said the joker big brown to backtrack when he does his best to save Jellystone Park. It is under the threat of the Mayor (Andrew Daly), who believes he can fix the financial problems of the city by closing the park and sell timber rights.

Finally, the spokesman, Ranger Smith and a documentary filmmaker Wildlife named Rachel (Anna Faris), who wants to film Yogi and Boo Boo must unite to save nature reserve, so that families have always place to take their pic-a-tronic.

Curiously (but, thankfully, given that annoyance factor), Yogi and Boo Boo often missing in their own movie – not that the flying machine Yogi, the Nabar Baskir 2000, is expected to play in an action- packed climax that the duo Sun take control, their gags and pratfalls eventually reach takeoff.

Among the characters much more tolerable man carrying the load, Cavanagh is endearing awkwardness that love-struck Ranger Smith, Ranger’s sidekick Jones (TJ Miller) stumbles just, and that bad guys Mayor devours every scene he is

But children do not care about the man speaks in a movie like this, and those in the cinema in which Hit seen the film was silent for long periods, until Yogi reappeared to shake his tail fur for Baby Got Back or blow on a caterpillar’s nose (and in 3D is quite a sight).

The 3D aspect adds weight to the film’s message of appreciating nature – Jellystone (in fact the landscape around the Auckland and Waikato in New Zealand) sure looks like a place worth saving.

However, if Yogi Bear never be on the endangered species list … Well, who are we to stand in the way of progress?

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