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Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip  ( U ) (2016)  (English)
Language: English
Director: Walt Becker
Producer: Janice Karman, Ross Bagdasarian Jr
Music Director: Mark Mothersbaugh
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Release Date: January 15 2016 (India)
Star Cast:
Jason Lee
Jason Lee
Jesica Ahlberg
Jesica Ahlberg
Josh Greenbaum
Josh Greenbaum
Autumn Monroe
Autumn Monroe
BJ Winfrey
BJ Winfrey
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Rating:  2.2/5
| External Critics: 2.2/5 | Users: 4/5
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External Reviews
Neil Genzlinger (The New York Times)

A new Alvin and the Chipmunks movie has landed. This one's called "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip," the fourth in the series. The film delivers the standard upbeat message about family, along with one particularly outstanding and incongruous cameo that - sorry - won't be spoiled here.  Read Full Review

Andrew Barker (Variety)

A mostly harmless yet plenty rough assemblage of musical numbers and rote chases that barely add up to a movie, but should provide relatively profitable counterprogramming for tykes shut out of the weekend's big release. At the risk of praising the film with faint damnation, nothing here is any better than it has to be, but it's rarely anywhere near as bad as it could be.   Read Full Review

1.50
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip Review RatingSidhant Shori (Desimartini)

It's an absolute shame that a kids franchise with so much potential has been reduced to an hour long version of a Talking Tom cat video. Don't go for this one. Just don't. Even a child who's never seen any movie before will be able to predict this one out in its entirety.  Read Full Review

3.00
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip Review RatingJordan Hoffman (The Guardian)

The Road Chip isn't exactly what I'd call a good film and has almost nothing going on in the visual department, but for those saddled with kids for an afternoon, you could do a lot worse. If you can get past the fart jokes, the poop jokes, the hashtag Twitter jokes and all the furious product placement there is, I swear, a slightly charming, old fashioned, vaudeville-inspired romp at the heart of the film.  Read Full Review

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