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Rugrats in Paris: The MovieThe movie follows the Rugrats as they travel to Paris, France, where Chuckie hopes to find a new mother and keep his father from marrying Coco LaBouche, the cold-hearted, child-hating head of EuroReptarland.Keywords:
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Directors of "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie"Stig BergqvistBirthdate: 28 April 1962, Stockholm, SwedenPaul Demeyer
Creators of "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie"J. David StemDavid N. Weiss
Critic Reviews of "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie"Lisa Alspector Chicago ReaderMay 20, 2008
Nauseating gags suggest the makers of this eclectically animated adventure... know their audience, though all the Godfather references will be thoroughly puzzling to at least half of it.Derek Adams Time OutJune 24, 2006
This is one kids' film that's actually quite charming.Liam Lacey Globe and MailApril 05, 2002
Musically ... the Rugrats sequel is a big step backward.Susan Stark Detroit NewsJanuary 01, 2000
The family audience will delight in saying oui, oui to Rugrats in Paris.Michael Rechtshaffen Hollywood ReporterJanuary 01, 2000
The character work is strong, and the celebrity recruits are fun.Bruce Fretts Entertainment WeeklyJanuary 01, 2000
With its melange of poo poo humor and pop culture in jokes, Nickelodeon's Rugrats packs appeal for both kids and parents.Michael Dequina TheMovieReport.comJanuary 17, 2010
Offers plenty to amuse the young and young at heart.Eugene Novikov Film BlatherMay 22, 2003
An entertaining add-on to an entertaining show.Joe Mader Palo Alto WeeklyMay 14, 2003
Not as fresh as the first film.John R. McEwen Film Quips OnlineFebruary 08, 2003
The writing team is adept at childish malapropisms and the skewed perspectives of 5-year-olds, but the characterizations and plot lines are witheringly simplistic.Chris Gore Film ThreatDecember 08, 2002
What I enjoyed most about Rugrats II is that the filmmakers are completely aware they must work just as hard to entertain the parents as the diaper set.Dwayne E. Leslie Boxoffice MagazineJune 10, 2002
The Rugrats are back for an all-new adventure, and one that is by far much funnier and more entertaining for both youngsters and their guardians than the first bigscreen outing.
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