Reviews for Элвин и бурундуки 3
New York Post
Mike Mitchell’s seemingly witless second sequel to the 2007 part-animated hit, derived from a bit of ’50s pop-culture debris, bears a surprising resemblance to Jean Luc Godard’s “Film Socialisme.’’
As current as a Lady Gaga cover, if not quite as relevant, Alvin and the Chipmunks "Munk Up" for their third digitally animated turn on the big screen -- "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked," a "Cast Away" takeoff that parks the three chipmunks...
The best part of Alvin and the Chipmunks – Chipwrecked is its title. Other than that? In all honesty I can’t think of all that much to say. The opening 20 minutes or so play like nothing more than a widescreen Carnival Cruise commercial...
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
It starts with the title: “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked,” the third in the noxiously contemporary series of new Chipmunks films. Following 2009’s “Squeakquel,” “Chipwrecked,” as a title, is actually rather subtle and demure.
Although the artist formally known as Silent Bob doesn’t have anything at all to do with Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, the third film in the box-office behemoth of a series finds his onetime collaborator Jason Lee returning to the part...
Turning the ship into their own personal playground, the group unintentionally end up "chipwrecked" on a deserted island, leaving Dave frantic and stranded overboard with a familiar face.
Alvin and his Chipmunk brethren (and sister Chipettes) are back and he's still up to no good, this time landing them on a marooned island full only of a few surprises and even fewer jokes. But boy will it make you want to rewatch Cast Away and revisit ...
Did the Universe demand for another “Alvin And The Chipmunks” movie? After the first two, one would have hoped someone would have driven a stake through its heart, but no, here they are back again in ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: CHIPWRECKED.
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Thoughts of suicide crossed my mind more than once while watching these popular, squeaky-voiced, computer-generated rodents scramble through their third big-screen adventure. But a trip to the popcorn counter quickly reset my equilibrium.
After two highly successful “Alvin and the Chipmunks” movies, it makes perfect sense that a third installment would be here in a hurry. However, I wasn’t expecting the producers to make such a shoddy, insistently mild follow-up, padded with...
Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked isn’t a very good movie. It’s disposable, overly-reliant on stupid cover songs and extremely formulaic. There’s no real emotion, real punch or real purpose for existing.
If you watch "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" with young children -- and, really, why would you watch it any other way? -- you may hear them repeating lines of dialogue to themselves, testing potential catchphrases.
Time Out New York
Hey, kids, do you like squeaky-voiced rodents? How about ones who sing the latest pop songs—like “Whip My Hair,” only they sub in the word tail, because, like, they are chipmunks!—and drive skateboarders-turned-actors crazy? As for parents: Are yo
How old are Alvin, Simon, and Theodore, the heroes of the Alvin and the Chipmunks film series? The average chipmunk has a lifespan of around three years in the wild, two or three times that in captivity, which would mean that Alvin and company probably...
As with its two predecessors, the animated/live-action hybrid Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked is positioned to open during the holiday season, when demand for family entertainment is high and standards are grievously low.
It's wrong to give drugs to your children. You don't have to be Joan Didion interviewing a kindergarten-aged LSD casualty (the one she wrote about in her chilling landmark essay "Slouching Towards Bethlehem") to understand that.
I missed out on the first two Chipmunks movies, so naturally I was afraid that getting started with the series in its third entry would be like walking in on Mysteries of Lisbon after missing the first three hours, or starting Twin Peaks with its...
The enduring and hugely lucrative Alvin and the Chipmunks franchise is back for a third installment of its current cinematic iteration, a live-action/animation hybrid in which Dave, the world's most miserable man, travels on a cruise ship towards the...
It unnecessarily has famous folks doing the voices of Chipmunks and Chippettes while the voice alteration involved in "squeaking" their voices removes all noticeable identity - making one mourn for the actual voice actors out there who weren't offered...
Anyone who regularly reads my reviews knows that I don’t always agree with the conventional wisdom of critics. Sure, I head praise on some movies like the rest of the industry does, but there are plenty of times that I break with the overbearing opinion
I BLAME the parents. There’s nothing remotely amusing about the titular helium-voiced rodents and their eardrum-assaulting novelty act, yet that hasn’t stopped this current iteration from raking in hundreds of millions of dollars at the world-wide...
The A.V. Club
The Alvin And The Chipmunks trilogy seems to take special glee in sacrificing David Cross’ dignity. Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel found the Mr. Show co-creator rummaging around in a Dumpster, playing a disgraced record executive who pays dearl
Their fur is animated with care. Then Alvin makes a tween-baiting ''honey badger'' reference or slips into an ill-advised impersonation of a Latino thug (no, really), and Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked reverts to nothing more than a cynical stab..
We can officially close the book on Charlie Sheen’s tumultuous 2011 now that Alvin (voiced by Justin Long), selfishly stealing a mango while stranded on a tropical island with the other chipmunks and Chipettes, has exclaimed, “Winning!”
It starts with the title: "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked," the third in the noxiously contemporary series of new Chipmunks films. Following 2009's "Squeakquel," "Chipwrecked," as a title, is actually rather subtle and demure.
As current as a Lady Gaga cover, if not quite as relevant, Alvin and the Chipmunks "Munk Up" for their third digitally animated turn on the big screen — "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked," a "Cast Away" takeoff that parks the three chipmunks...
My enjoyment of the Chipmunks phenomenon pretty much began and ended with my childhood copy of Ross Bagdasarian's Grammy-winning, 1958 novelty record "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)."
The theme is troublemaking and overzealous parenting. Alvin's brash misbehaving leads to the chipmunks thrown overboard and washing up on a deserted island. Searching for them are Dave and the chipmunks' old rival, a former music executive played...
Film School Rejects
There is absolutely no satisfying way to explain and introduce Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked in a classic film review format, because of one major hurdle – it’s a film about singing chipmunks that get shipwrecked (sigh, chipwrecked) on...
Shadows on the Wall
It's impossible to be critical of a movie like this, since it's not trying to be anything other than ridiculous. And indeed it does manage to make us laugh, mainly because it's so relentlessly corny.
Plus with its catchy musical interpretations, Chipwrecked has to be the best Chipmunk film so far for the uninitiated to be exposed to, offering wholesome family entertainment and a welcome glimpse of the sun, sea and sand on these chilling winter days.
This time Alvin and his five pals are taken on a cruise ship holiday by their long-suffering owner Dave. But a mishap with a kite sees the critters blown overboard and washed up on a tropical island.
You don’t change the formula, not when it is one that has worked to amass a cool US$400mil worldwide per picture. So despite boasting a new director in the form of ‘Sky High’ and ‘Shrek Forever After’s’ Mike Mitchell, this third live-action ad
Alvin And The Chipmunks 3 is made for children. But it will not do good business in India as the characters are not popular here and the film has not been promoted well enough.
Early in Chip-Wrecked, the third -- and final, we hope -- instalment of the Alvin and the Chipmunks series, the mischievous critters are grounded for causing a ruckus while aboard a cruise ship. Alvin suggests they "turn punishment into funishment,"...
The Globe And Mail
It all began with The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late), the hit novelty single written and recorded by Ross Bagdasarian Sr. in 1958 that sold millions and won three Grammy awards. While the song has endured, Alvin and The Chipmunks and...
The Sydney Morning Herald
In what is probably their most enjoyable outing yet, the Alvin troupe get stuck on a remote island after a mishap on a cruise liner involving a hand glider. The central tension at the core of this typically joke-crammed adventure involves a neatly...
Time Out London
This latest addition to the 53-year-old sing-song franchise sees Dave (Jason Lee) and his six-pack of CGI’d rodents enjoying a sea cruise when Alvin, displaying signs of rebellious adolescence, encourages his peers to commandeer a kite which dumps them.
Young fans of the first two films are unlikely be disappointed by Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked and the presence of Lee and Cross means that there are at least a handful of gags aimed at adults, but the songs are disappointing and the script...
How you feel about Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked depends on which side of the 10-year-old divide you happen to fall into.
THERE is a limit to the amount of fun you can have with helium-voiced critters and that limit is just about reached with Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked.
Sky Movies HD
It’s probably quite a few people’s idea of hell – being trapped on a desert island with Alvin and The Chipmunks for ear-drum-testing company.
Yet this is the premise for the third in the phenomenally successful series, featuring Alvin – and now..
Critical resistance is futile, as the Chipmunks (and the Chipettes) return for a third outing in the depressingly successful franchise. This time, hijinks aboard a cruise ship lead to the singing rodents being marooned on a desert island, with manager...
The Alvin and the Chipmunks films have curiously managed to avoid – and in the case of the last film, scarcely skate past – the end-of-year “Worst Of…” lists that critics love to write; they are an annoyance we tolerate, and while the first film