The Chipmunk Adventure

The Chipmunk Adventure

Alvin has entered himself and Simon and Theodore in a hot-air balloon race around the world against the Chipettes to deliver diamonds for a group of diamond smugglers. The winners will collect a prize of $100,000. Kids and adults will enjoy this film made with musical numbers by the Chipmunks and the Chipettes.

The Chipmunks compete with the Chipettes in a round the world race. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Austin S (it) wrote: A good Mexican movie for a change... It shows what corruption, power and fear can do to society, and it completely fits with the Mexican one.

Samantha S (de) wrote: Way over the top and quite possibly very true. Brian Jones as played by Leo Gregory is enigmatic, self-destructive, charming and sexy all at once. Drawn into his circle is the fairly innocent Paddy Considine who ends up being confidente and object of torture for the artist. David Morrissey is appropriately slimey. Absolutely fascinating and well-made movie.

Alexander P (kr) wrote: Not the best of films

Dianna D (au) wrote: Obsession isn't always dangerous, sometimes just destructive

Aura T (us) wrote: It is a very good film, althrough the sound is a bit quiet. Also very atmospheric.

Alex A (ca) wrote: This movie is all right it has a bit of history behind it but I mean the historic movies a normally long so they can tell the whole story. The acting is crap. How can they make a movie like that without even doing good editing, because I'm telling you this needs editing. The storyline is allright but it needs a lot more to it.

Keenan S (ca) wrote: Fit To Kill is largely the same in terms of Andy Sidaris's soft core porn spy films, but it has enough energy to keep it lively and it's still plenty of fun to watch like his other ridiculous films. If you love a good, nonsensical action film, you have to see the films of Andy Sidaris, because you'll get a great fix.

Eric H (ru) wrote: This film is visually stunning, and Joan Cusak is absolutely perfect but that's all I can say good about it. Maybe I was distracted, appalled at how poor an actor LL Cool J is. Or maybe I missed the nuances and implied symbolism waiting for a plot to come along. Maybe I should see it again and give it a fair shake, but I'm not in any hurry.

Paul B (es) wrote: This is an absolutely riotous movie that revolves around a ridiculous plot that sees Peter Cushing's superbly played Baron reanimating the body of an equally wonderful Susan Denberg but with added soul. The plot is crazy but it somehow fits together, with the final scenes being among the most memorable in Hammer history and they remain vivid, creepy & remarkable. Worth watching for many reasons, this has stood the test of time very well.

Alexander S (de) wrote: Considering this film was made almost 80 years ago, it's still very suspenseful, especially the Albert Hall scene! Peter Lorre gives a very chilling performance as the villian, and I was very surprised at how well I liked this old gem.

Noah A (gb) wrote: boring but good special effects. C-

Natalie W (fr) wrote: Oh Josh, not a good movie for you! ?????