Alvin and The Chipmunks:The Squeakuel

    This weekend me and my family decided to watch “Alvin and The Chiomunks: The Squeakuel”. To tell you the truth I didn’t like it that much. I guess I didn’t like it because it was more of a kids movie. It was too fake for me and it was more of a romantic movie. There was a good lesson in it however but that’s about the only thing I liked about the film.

     “Alvin and The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel” is about pop sensations Alvin, Simon and Theodore. They end up in the care of Dave Sevilles twenty something nephew Toby. The boys must put aside music to return to school and are tasked with saving the school’s music program by winning the twenty-five thousand dollar prize in a battle of the bands. But the chipmunks unexpectedly meet their match in three singing chipmunks known as the chipettes-Brittany, Eleanor and Jeanette. Roamantic and musical and musical sparks are ignited when the chipmunks and chipettes square off.

      I loved the different places they took the film at. It wasn’t just one or two places where the film took place at. For example, they’d go from the stage where the chipmunks performed, to the hospital, then  to the airport and then to Tobys place and then school. It made the movie more interesting.

       The editing was really amazing. Even though you know that the chipmunks and chipettes are fake they actually looked real. Some of the times I would just sit there and forget that the chipmunks and chipettes are fake because they seemed so real. Especially when Alvin, Simon and Theodore came to highschool for the first time becasue no one pays attention to them because they are so small and no one can see them on the floor.

     I would honsetly recommend this to kids. It’s too fake and it’s more of the kid style movie. There are some parts that are funny but not that funny. The lesson os worth watching as well. So it’s pretty much a movie for a family that loves music and romance and lessons becasue this movie is all of this stuff.

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  1. This entry had more typos than your previous ones. Please take some care to make sure your message is conveyed exactly the way you want it. Thanks.


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