The Rugrats Movie (1998) Full Movie

The Rugrats Movie
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The Rugrats Movie (1998) : Tommy faces responsibility when Dil, his new baby brother, is born. As with all newborns, the child becomes a bane to Tommy and the rest of his gang. They decide to return Dil to where he came from, the hospital, but they get lost along the way. Can they find their way home and can Tommy and Dil learn to get along?

Title The Rugrats Movie (1998)
Release Date Nov 20, 1998
Genres , ,
Production Company Klasky-Csupo, Nickelodeon Movies, Paramount
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Whoopi Goldberg, David Spade, Elizabeth Daily, Tara Strong, Christine Cavanaugh, Kath Soucie, Cheryl Chase, Tim Curry, Jack Riley, Busta Rhymes, Michael Bell
Plot Keywords sibling relationship, baby, home, pregnancy, sequel, aftercreditsstinger
Ranger Margaret (voice)
Ranger Margaret (voice)
Whoopi Goldberg
Ranger Frank (voice)
Ranger Frank (voice)
David Spade
Tommy Pickles (voice)
Tommy Pickles (voice)
Elizabeth Daily
Dilan
Dilan "Dil" Pickles (voice)
Tara Strong
Chuckie Finster (voice)
Chuckie Finster (voice)
Christine Cavanaugh
Phil / Lil / Betty DeVille (voices)
Phil / Lil / Betty DeVille (voices)
Kath Soucie
Angelica Pickles (voice)
Angelica Pickles (voice)
Cheryl Chase
Rex Pester (voice)
Rex Pester (voice)
Tim Curry
Stuart 'Stu' Pickles (voice)
Stuart 'Stu' Pickles (voice)
Jack Riley
Reptar Wagon (voice)
Reptar Wagon (voice)
Busta Rhymes
Charles 'Chaz' Finster Sr. / Grandpa Boris Kropotkin / Drew Pickles (voice)
Charles 'Chaz' Finster Sr. / Grandpa Boris Kropotkin / Drew Pickles (voice)
Michael Bell
Grandpa Lou Pickles (voice)
Grandpa Lou Pickles (voice)
Joe Alaskey
Howard DeVille / Igor (voice)
Howard DeVille / Igor (voice)
Phil Proctor
Susie Carmichael (voice)
Susie Carmichael (voice)
Cree Summer
Didi Pickles (voice)
Didi Pickles (voice)
Melanie Chartoff
Charlotte Pickles (voice)
Charlotte Pickles (voice)
Tress MacNeille
Didi Pickles / Minka Kropotkin (voice)
Didi Pickles / Minka Kropotkin (voice)
Melanie Chartoff
Lucy Carmichael (voice)
Lucy Carmichael (voice)
Hattie Winston
Aunt Miriam (voice)
Aunt Miriam (voice)
Andrea Martin
Dr. Lipschitz (voice)
Dr. Lipschitz (voice)
Tony Jay
Serge (voice)
Serge (voice)
Abraham Benrubi
TV Announcer (voice)
TV Announcer (voice)
Gregg Berger
United Express Driver (voice)
United Express Driver (voice)
Charlie Adler
Female Guest (voice)
Female Guest (voice)
Mary Gross
Nurse (voice)
Nurse (voice)
Edie McClurg
Air Crewman (voice)
Air Crewman (voice)
Roger Clinton, Jr.
Lt. Klavin (voice)
Lt. Klavin (voice)
Margaret Cho
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Iggy Pop
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Louis Fresse
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Lisa Loeb
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Lenny Kravitz
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Dawn Robinson
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Louis Allen Rawls
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Kate Pierson
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Cindy Wilson
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Gordon Gano
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Laurie Anderson
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Malik Isaac Taylor
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Fred Schneider
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Jakob Dylan
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Patti Smith
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Newborn Baby (singing voice)
Beck
Reporter (voice)
Reporter (voice)
Steven Zirnkilton
Spike/Monkeys/Scar Snout (voice)
Spike/Monkeys/Scar Snout (voice)
Frank Welker

Reviews

  • Kamurai

    Weak watch, won't watch again, and can't recommend except for HUGE Rugrats fans. As the origin story for Dill Pickles, it very clearly is going to deal with "Where do babies come from?", but I think this is the closest the Rugrats franchise has come to addressing death with its audience. I don't think the nostalgia I had for Rugrats was strong enough. I'm seeing all these characters I loved, and just feeling nothing. I'm hearing these (fantastic, voice-acting) ladies doing baby voice, and I've seen other movies where ladies do baby voice and they're just not nearly as long as this one. I might have been able to get into the movie as it actually has a decent story (thought it focuses on the parents more than I'm used to), but they decided to play with rules that involve how babies talk. They clearly present new-born babies that not only talk, but talk eloquently about "Missing their old womb" (sounds like a baby saying "room"). Dill, barely talks. in fact, he talks to the babies like the babies would talk to the adults, and they refer to him as a baby. While they should be toddlers and speaking a lot more than they should, part of the premise is that they're babies that talk to each other, but not adults. It almost paints the picture that Dill was born retarded, but refuses to address it, even if it applies it directly. It really broke the movie for me, as it's the chief mechanic behind the babies' A story line that is the basis for the parents' B story line.