Alvin Superstar 3: si salvi chi può! (2011)



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Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked(2011)

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Titolo originale: Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
Genere: Animazione, Commedia, Family
Durata: 87
Nazione: USA
Regia:

  • Mike Mitchell

Scritto da:

  • Jonathan Aibel
  • Glenn Berger
  • Ross Bagdasarian (personaggi)
  • Janice Karman (personaggi)

Produzione:

  • Ross Bagdasarian Jr. (regista)
  • Janice Karman (regista)
  • Neil A. Machlis (produttore esecutivo)

Musiche:

  • Mark Mothersbaugh

Trama del film:
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  1.  

    DICK STEEL said

    February 25 2012 @ 11:58

    For as long as the Chipmunks can be milked to draw in the holiday
    crowds, the sequels will never stop. After all, the digital templates
    are there and done up to be recycled countless of times, and the live
    action characters just jolly well need not be there for things to work.
    Pop hits between the films serve as the highlights for getting the
    munked treatment, and while they do sound cute initially, eventually
    this novelty will soon wear off. Director Mike Mitchell, who sounded
    the death knell for Shrek with his Shrek Forever After, happened to do
    the same for Alvin and the Chipmunks in coming up with something so
    uninspired and clearly going through the motion.

    The first film as expected is the origin film, followed by the sequel
    which is more or less a mirror image of the first, except with the trio
    from the opposite sex known as the Chippettes. In the third film, with
    everyone – Alvin (voiced by Justin Long), Simon (Matthew Gray Gubler),
    Theodore (Jesse McCartney), Brittany (Christina Applegate), Jeanette
    (Anna Faris) and Eleanor (Amy Poehler) – all living under the same roof
    as Dave (Jason Lee) their surrogate dad/manager, you'd expect that
    perhaps things can get a wee bit more cerebral, but alas all we're
    getting is a rehash of characterization not already seen in the films,
    and done countless of times in their animated series.

    Alvin is still being Alvin, Simon needs to chill and Theodore just
    needs to be cute. So goes for the Chippettes with vain Brittany,
    introverted Jeanette and Eleanor just makes a lot of clothes and
    costumes in this one, since they're all stuck in an unnamed island (in
    Hawaii on location so it seems). What was to be a family cruise
    vacation turned out to be an abandoned island adventure, with Ian
    (David Cross) the chipmunks' ex-manager and one time music executive on
    board as well as the nasty opposition (too weak to be called a villain
    or the antagonist), and Zoe (Jenny Slate), a woman stuck in the island
    for close to a decade, and exhibiting the very same signs of loneliness
    that Tom Hanks' Chuck Noland did in Cast Away, except that she has more
    friends other than Wilson.

    Centering around the chipmunks' fight for survival amongst themselves
    and with Zoe, as well as Simon and Alvin's temporal transformation in
    character – one being French (don't ask) and more carefree while the
    other getting all serious and responsible, the story plays out like an
    extended cartoon episode, with Dave and Ian on a quest to try and
    rescue their cash cows before something untoward get to happen to them,
    which in the story, is zilch given a low threat situation, most of the
    time. Nothing spectacular gets to happen in the film, and it runs like
    on a plateau without any highs or lows, and soon you'll feel you may be
    better off looking at caged animals in a zoo.

    Which is a bit frustrating because the story's written by both Jonathan
    Aibel and Glenn Berger, who were also responsible for what I felt were
    some of the more intelligent animated films in recent years with their
    Kung Fu Panda and its sequel, having the right elements balanced in
    terms of story, characters, comedy, action and entertainment for both
    the kids and accompanying adults alike, but this effort seemed to be
    written without much heart put into it to cater for the lowest common
    denominator, and it shows. Granted they also did stinkers like Monsters
    Vs Aliens, but when you set the bar higher, that's where you'll be
    benchmarked against, and that's where this proved to be a total
    Chip-Wreck.

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