Rugrats in Paris: The Movie - Rugrats II 2000

Critics score:
75 / 100

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Susan Stark, Detroit News: The family audience will delight in saying oui, oui to Rugrats in Paris. Read more

John Hartl, Seattle Times: Class. That's not what you get from a Rugrats movie. Read more

Elvis Mitchell, New York Times: Rugrats in Paris is a one- way ticket to infantile heaven. Read more

Lisa Alspector, Chicago Reader: Nauseating gags suggest the makers of this eclectically animated adventure... know their audience, though all the Godfather references will be thoroughly puzzling to at least half of it. Read more

Bob Longino, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: It doesn't matter how weak the script is, Chuckie will win your heart every time he opens his mouth and speaks in that timid, nasal-dripping voice. You can bet on it. Read more

Robin Rauzi, Los Angeles Times: Feels like a half-hour TV show inflated into a feature film. Read more

Bruce Westbrook, Houston Chronicle: Some scenes are truly, inventively bizarre. Read more

Bruce Fretts, Entertainment Weekly: With its melange of poo poo humor and pop culture in jokes, Nickelodeon's Rugrats packs appeal for both kids and parents. Read more

Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail: Musically ... the Rugrats sequel is a big step backward. Read more

Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning News: Rugrats again blends poignancy with fun in a way that touches parents, even as it goes for kids with a run of bodily function and booger jokes. Read more

Gene Seymour, Newsday: Really is 'bigger and better' than the first. Read more

James Berardinelli, ReelViews: Looks like what it really is -- a 77-minute long episode of the TV series projected onto a theater screen. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: Adults can attend this movie with a fair degree of pleasure. Read more

Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle: An arguably better movie than the original Rugrats film. Read more

Derek Adams, Time Out: This is one kids' film that's actually quite charming. Read more

Robert Koehler, Variety: Thesp voicings are outstanding, and sometimes reach the level of comic warmth of the Toy Story ensemble. Read more

Desson Thomson, Washington Post: Your children are almost certain to have a great time. Read more