Movie Name Alvin and the Chipmunks
Directed By Tim Hill
Actor/Actress Adriane Lenox, Allison Karman, Beth Riesgraf, Cameron Richardson, David Cross, Don Tiffany, Jane Lynch, Jason Lee, Jesse McCartney, Justin Long, Kira Verrastro, Lorne Green, Matthew Gray Gubler, Tiara Parker, Veronica Alicino
Music By Christopher Lennertz
CopyRight Holder 20th Century Fox
Released Year 2007
Released Country USA
Movie Language English
Alvin and the Chipmunks Movie Role Details :
Jason Lee is as David "Dave" Seville. David Cross is as Ian Hawke. Cameron Richardson is as Claire Wilson. Jane Lynch is as Gail. Kevin Symons is as Ted. Frank Maharajh is as Barry.
Alvin and the Chipmunks Hollywood Movie Review
As charming and delightful as they may be, the account of three singing chipmunks simply doesn’t appear to have enough meat to it to maintain it for 60 minutes and a half. I suspected that the principal half hour or so of this motion picture was well worth viewing. It was fun, it had a couple giggles in it, it was brimming with vitality. At that point it by one means or another recently lost that.
I wouldn’t state it blurred away, on the grounds that it appeared to be very unexpected to me. The fun was gone; the chuckling vanished. My little girl saw it, as well. She’s 4 – she giggled uproariously a few circumstances in that initial segment of the motion picture, then her chuckling ceased. Maybe it went up against excessively genuine a tone – the detestable film maker working the chipmunks to death. Something happened, in any case, and it wasn’t to improve things.
Obviously, the film is attempting to recount the tale of how the chipmunks (Alvin, Simon and Theodore) started. Everybody knows the Christmas melody. Here we find how they met Dave and got their begin. The motion picture is overhauled to the present time, despite the fact that their genuine source is noted by Dave’s road address of 1958, which was the year when the vivified singing rodents were initially made.