The Trilogy Movie Collection

DVD - 2011
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Rugrats the movie: With the birth of his baby brother, Tommy Pickles knew things were going to change, but he never expected that being a big brother could be such an adventure.
Rugrats in Paris: When Stu Pickles is summoned to work at EuroReptarland, Paris' newest amusement park, the Rugrats kids tag along. Love is in the air for Chuckie's dad, Chas. Could Chuckie be getting a new mom? The Rugrats kids learn valuable lessons in courage, loyalty and true love in this music-filled journey featuring the hit song, "Who let the dogs out?"
Rugrats go wild: The Pickles family and friends decide to take a vacation. Their ship isn't very seaworthy, and end up stranded on an uncharted island. The kids figure the day is saved when they discover that famous explorer Sir Nigel Thornberry is also on the island with his family. After he gets a hit on the head by a coconut, Nigel's intelligence gets knocked out of commission. The Rugrats then turn to Nigel's daughter, Eliza, who not only knows the wilds, but can talk to animals, which comes as quite a surprise to Spike, the Pickles' family dog.


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Jul 19, 2012

good show and movies very highly reccomended

Apr 14, 2011

I loved the Rugrats when I was 5, and still love them now! The kids I watch adore them because of me and we all thoroughly enjoyed all three movies.
They are great, the first one deals with Tommy getting a new sibling, and where his loyalties lie afterwards, his friends, or his family. Great for any kid (I'd say age 4+) about to recieve a sibling.
The second one, is about Chuckie getting a new mother, and becoming a blended family.
The third one, is a mix between another Nickelodeon show "The Wild Thornberrys" and Rugrats. Very funny, a great show.
Highly recommended.


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