|Xenocide - 2007-07-16 |
The 80's were an age of darkness and pain.
|Portaxx - 2007-07-16 |
Chipmunk panty shots
Hey, you forgot to put a rating. Is it five? I'll just go ahead and put you down for five. Anyone who puts five is automatically added to the Chipettes fanlisting, too, so check your email!
|Tetsuo - 2007-07-16 |
As amazingly awful as this is, Wiki says Bluth had nothing to do with it.
|StanleyPain - 2007-07-16 |
Jesus..I remember this abortion. But, yeah, Don Bluth had nothing to do with it.
Corrected. I swore this was Bluth. It's certainly Bluthian.
|Shion - 2007-07-16 |
Favorite of four-year-olds world-wide.
You're right about Dave, I never noticed the man-sandals before.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2007-07-16 |
Who the fuck did they make this for? Nobody liked the Chipmunks cartoon. Everyone hated it. Why did they keep making these? Were there parents forcing their children to watch this? Were they actually making money off of these? Where the Hell is this even happening? Is the girl with the glasses a librarian? Where did those balloons come from?
ANSWER ME! NOW, DAMN YOU!!!
Rodents of Unusual Size
I have learned that parents will literally buy anything animated because either a) they think it's cute and anything animated that isn't hentai will fall under the same general category, there is no good or bad OR b) they just want their kids to shut up.
|Merzbau - 2007-07-16 |
WHY YOU MAKE ME HAET 80s :(((
|RoyCastle - 2007-07-16 |
the pre-teen anthro-munk curve thrusting doesn't border on creepy, it barges right in and oppresses my soul.
|BHWW - 2007-07-16 |
I'd have said it couldn't have been Bluth because I don't recall any of the characters at any point sobbing pathetically, helplessly with fear.
Which is what this clip made me do. I hated the 'munks as a child. I hope everyone who had anything to do with the making of this...thing had to drink and drink to stave off their consciences nagging them about the horrible deed they participated in.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-07-17 |
I'm giving this four stars because I hate the Chipmunks and this proves why that is. Also, how the hell does a human have chipmunk kids anyway? I don't get it. I also don't get why the Chipettes have legs and the Chipmunks could have slug bodies for all we know.
Lies. Dave's ex-wife was a sick, sick woman with a woodland creature fetish.
|johnnyhamhock - 2007-07-17 |
Why am I watching these
|Frank Rizzo - 2007-07-17 |
awesome. I demand more!
|Corman's Inferno - 2007-07-17 |
You know that first moment you have as a kid where you realize that something is terribly wrong with what you're watching, but you don't know why? That's what this scene was for me.
|Quad9Damage - 2007-07-17 |
Jesus- even when I was a small child I caught the pedo-undertones from this. I liked the Saturday morning show, but this film was so creepy and bad-touchy-feeling for me that I was driven to other rooms/dark corners/the closet whenever it was on. If a movie can have that effect on a FIVE-YEAR-OLD, I can't possibly imagine why adults would allow it in their homes.
But by far the scariest part of it was the wealthy Euro villains. Something about their demeanor took "The Chipmunk Adventure" from mildly pedoriffic to full-on child molester blockbuster.
|Xiphias - 2007-07-17 |
I used to really love this movie as a kid. I'm starting to think there was something severely, severely wrong with me.
|thebaronsdoctor - 2007-07-17 |
This number isn't helped by the fact that the chipmunks and chippettes (Who the fuck came up with that name anyway?) have identical singing voices.
|Urburos - 2007-07-17 |
I liked this movie when I was a kid. While I see hella panty shots, apparently I'm not one of the people looking for them so hard so as to notice every single one. It's just a cartoon. I hate Dave with a passion, but it's still entertaining.
Actually, when compared to the snake dancing clip and that other one in the airport, this ones absolutely pales in comparison in that regard.
|ztc - 2007-07-17 |
Far, far, far worse on the ears than the eyes.
|SharoKham - 2007-07-18 |
My girlfriend and I came to an important conclusion: the Chipmunks dance far, far girlier than the Chipettes. I think that one move Simon and Theodore do while dancing on the steps is taken right from the opening of Jem, and at least the Holograms weren't wearing sweaterdresses at the time. Hell, the Misfits wouldn't even be caught dressed like this (I mean the ones from Jem; Danzig loves his wool mumus).
|Zarathustra00 - 2007-07-19 |
I don't know what to find the most disturbing about this clip, but the pelvic thrust line around -0:46 ranks up there.
|Harveyjames - 2007-09-08 |
Dave is such a fucking dong.
This film is really well animated and drawn.
|Quad9Damage - 2007-11-13 |
When I listened to the 'normal' female vocals in the slowed-down 'Gettin Lucky' clip, I didn't think they sounded all that bad. What was the point of turning halfway-decent talent into shrill, painful, scraping-my-eardrums-with-shards-of-glass terrible, terrible vocals?
Other than this being "The Chipmunks", that is.
|FABIO2 - 2007-12-13 |
Put me down for "what the hell was the appeal of the chipmunks and who the fuck liked them?"
|Scattersane - 2008-04-27 |
Alvin's harp playing doesn't make any noise.
Am I the only one bothered by this?
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