Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers 2022
Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers is a 2022 American live-action/computer-animated action-adventure comedy film based on the characters Chip and Dale and continuation of the animated TV series of the same name.
Chipmunks and television stars Chip and Dale haven’t seen each other in 30 years since their Disney series was cancelled. They reunite to save an old friend and cast member Monterey Jack, whose cheese addiction puts him in debt to a Sweet Pete. Monty is abducted as part of a criminal operation where Pete changes cartoons’ appearance and sells them abroad to produce bootleg works. Thirty years after their popular television show ended, chipmunks Chip and Dale live very different lives. When a cast member from the original series mysteriously disappears, the pair must reunite to save their friend.
- Release date – May 20, 2022 (United States)
- Country of origin – United States
- Official site – Official DIsney
- Language – English
- Also known as – Chip y Dale: Al rescate
- Filming locations: Los Angeles, California, USA
- Production companies – Mandeville Films, Walt Disney Pictures
- Budget: ₹102 (estimated)
- Gross worldwide: $28,477,890
- Runtime: 1 hours 37 minutes
- Color: Color
- Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Cast: Andy Samberg: Dale(voice), John Mulaney: Chip(voice), KiKi Layne: Ellie, Will Arnett, Sweet Pete(voice), Eric Bana: Monterey Jack(voice), Flula Borg
Chip and Dale fell apart after being canceled when the famous series decided to be solo. Dale is still in Hollywood and making money at fan conventions while Chip becomes a successful boat and RV insurance salesman. Chips are pretty serious, but Dale hasn’t lost his composure.
When her boyfriend and co-star Monterey Jack (Eric Bana) was kidnapped, Chip reluctantly joined Dale and police officer Willy (Kiki Layne), chasing him while the duo rekindled their friendship. increase.
Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers are smart from the beginning.
The anime show is called the Disney series itself, and Chip, Dale, Monty, etc. are all actors. Initially started as a 2D character like the original, 30 years later, the chips are still hand-drawn cartoons, but Dale undergoes “CGI manipulation” to become 3D. And in the meantime, a reversion to the 2000s animation where the Vikings appeared in the eyes of The Polar Express.
And they live in a world where cartoons and people live. Therefore, crossing different formats is like the evolution of animation. The film is a little sluggish at first and seems to stretch in places. But keep spinning in a strange world where old toons stop social security scams and go into battle. Treated by a wealth of references from Peter Pan, Uncle Scrooge, muscular Garfield, Rugrats and more.
You also need to maintain a sharp posture to enjoy satire and relatively vague animations. Sweet Pete (Middle-aged Peter Pan on the pot) says, “I have to restart myself,” and Chip’n’Dale’s sneaky question is, “Are there any creative ideas?” Or are you just constantly recycling old scripts? These make it clear that Akiva Schaefer and creators are here to overcome the needs of Hollywood to feed nostalgia.
John Mulaney (Chip) and Andy Samberg (Dale) are the perfect voice actors in the film, a more niche audience for kids in the 80’s and 90’s who are familiar with the fairly short original Chip and Dale series. May appeal to-lived.