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The first movie, simply titled Alvin and the Chipmunks, was released in , and was . that the usher presented him with a platter full of winning, in front of Dave. . In a scene as the 'Munks walk down the hallway and meet the 'Ettes for the. Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman. | 77 min. In this animated adventure, chipmunk Alvin (Ross Bagdasarian Jr.) has werewolves on his mind. A struggling songwriter named Dave Seville finds success when he comes across Jason Lee and Justin Long in Alvin and the Chipmunks () Tim Hill in Alvin .. Once there, they meet the frustrated songwriter David Seville, and despite a poor Q: Is this film the most faithful to the original characters in the film series?.
In The Squeakquel, Ian gets hit in the crotch with a remote-controlled toy motorcycle. In Road Chip Suggs gets Theodore launched right into his groin. Ian in the third movie. He's still kind of a dick, but he does help Dave and the Chipmunks get off the island.
Zoe also since she kidnapped Jeanette and tried to force her to dig up the lost treasure on the island, but then has a change of heart after a speech from Ian. Turned on its head in the first movie with Alvin inhaling helium, only to speak in a low-pitched voice. In Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, Theodore gets stuck in a cage at the zoo and Eleanor gets stuck in the mail slot of an apartment complex. This appears to be how Simon is portrayed in this universe.
He's intelligent, but doesn't act like a total dork.
Though the Chipmunks get a fair enough of screen time and focus, it still follows the "unlucky guy in love has cartoon characters as pets" formula. The Chipmunks and the Chippettes have human-like hands but are otherwise very much like chipmunks. They weren't aware that Ian Hawke was out of a job now since the events of the first movie.
Ian hangs a particular nasty lampshadefirst stating he is going to pretend he has a lunch to go to, then immediately doing so incredibly sarcastically. The school bullies in The Squeakquel. Jerkass Has a Point: In the first film, Ian cruelly and bluntly tells Dave that his songs are terrible and that he should give up songwriting.
While he was rude beyond reason, Dave's music really is on the level of novelty children's songs that no mainstream musician would ever perform. In fact, the Chipmunks themselves are most famous for their high pitched covers of other songs rather than their own original music. In The Squeakquel, when Ian calls the principal out for being biased in favor of the Chipmunks and not allowing a democratic vote.
In Chipwrecked, when Ian and Dave are marooned on the island and trying to find food and water, Ian points out that Dave's necklace is edible, but Dave refuses to eat it or let Ian eat it, as it was a gift from Theodore.
While Ian does lose points by arguing with Dave over the latter calling Theodore his son, in such desperate times, sentimental value really should take a back seat to survival, so Dave isn't completely in the right.
The teaser for the second movie features the Chipmunks doing an acapella of the 20th Century Fox fanfare while dancing around the TCF structure. The bad guy's name is Ian Hawke. Hawks are, of course, natural enemies of chipmunks.
The Chipmunks in the first movie, and the Chipettes in Squeakquel.
Since they're animals, nobody finds it unusual. Never Trust a Trailer: Promos for The Squeakquel have a bit of this. In a scene as the 'Munks walk down the hallway and meet the 'Ettes for the first time, they notice them onstage singing; in the actual film, the 'Ettes are in the hallway with them, and the shot of them singing was really their number for the sing-off against the 'Munks.
Also, one scene has Alvin saying something to the 'Ettes when he actually flirted with some of the women at lunch. One scene featured the 'Munks spinning in the blender; a promo shows Dave being agitated and stumbles, already in casts, when really, Dave wasn't around during that scene in the film.
He was really annoyed that Alvin won't go to bed, which doesn't happen until the very end of the movie. No Animals Were Harmed: At the end of the first movie's credits. When Simon loses his personality, Alvin has to become the authority figure in Chipwrecked.
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When he tries to stop Simon from dancing with Jeanette, this happens: Um Alvin, you're starting to sound like Dave. The Squeakquel, a hospitalized Dave calls home, unaware that his irresponsible cousin Toby is watching the boys. On the other hand, Toby picks up the phone, thinking its Julie. The One Who Wears Shoes: Plot[ edit ] During a benefit concert in ParisFranceDavid Seville is injured from a backstage accident.
Arrangements are also made for them to go to public school at West Eastman High School. After Jackie also has an accident, the Chipmunks are left in the care of Toby, Jackie's grandson. Ian recruits and hires the Chipettes in an effort to resurrect his career. While at school, the Chipmunks are ridiculed by jocks, who threaten to kill them for drawing their girls' attention away from them.
They chase the Chipmunks around the school and give Simon a swirlie in a toilet. They visit the principal's office, only to discover that the principal, Dr.
Rubin, is a huge fan, and she enlists their help to raise money for a music program by participating in a contest. Meanwhile, Ian is shocked to find the Chipmunks on the front page of his newspaper. After he reads a story about them, he quickly sends the Chipettes to school.
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Alvin and Ian convince Zoe to help save Dave. They then run towards the raft and escape the eruption.
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While on the raft, Zoe apologizes to Jeanette for kidnapping her and forcing her to retrieve the treasure. As a gift, Jeanette gives Zoe the gold bracelet that Simon had given to her. Alvin reconciles with Dave, and they are rescued.
Ian also starts a new career as a screenwriter by selling a screenplay about Zoe's story to Hollywood, earning him his wealth back.
In a post-credits scenethe Chipmunks, the Chipettes, and Dave are on a plane heading back home. Alvin is speaking on the pilot's microphone and tricks the passengers into thinking that the aircraft's destination is Timbuktu. Meanwhile, a stewardess keeps instructing Dave to sit down as the plane is about to take off. Alvin accidentally pushes the food cart, which hits Dave, leading to him doing the catchphrase.