Alvin & the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein
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  • And, the scenes at the park (where they are teaching him to play with other kids) are actually a bit funny
  • The songs in the movie are a bit weak compared to other Chipmunks movies/TV episodes

    • by Steve
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      Well, I wasn’t sure if my daughter would like an Alvin & the Chipmunks cartoon; let along one that would have a scary monster like Frankenstein’s Monster. But, she obviously is a huge fan of the movie Alvin & the Chipmunks

      Meet Frankenstein because she’s watched the DVD probably a dozen times in the past three days.

      Overall, I think it’s a good film too.

      You have Alvin and his brothers performing concerts at an amusement park when they get involved with Dr.

      Frankenstein and, more importantly, his famous creature.

      Of course, since this is a kid’s film, Frankenstein’s monster is a good guy and they spend a lot of time showing him how to play with others and show proper manners.

      But,


      • Alvin & the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein
      there are still some nice chase scenes (especially when Alvin is turned into a monster himself).

      And, the scenes at the park (where they are teaching him to play with other kids) are actually a bit funny.

      The songs in the

      movie are a bit weak compared to other Chipmunks movies/TV episodes.

      But, overall, it was a good film that was worth watching.

      I recommend it for the entire family.

      Heck, as many times as she’s watched it, I probably could tell you all the lines from memory.




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