History WesternAnimation / RugratsInParis

8th Dec '15 6:13:09 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* LighterAndSofter: When compared to the DarkerAndEdger tone of ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'', this movie is much more lighter and child-friendly.
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* LighterAndSofter: When compared to the DarkerAndEdger DarkerAndEdgier tone of ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'', this movie is much more lighter and child-friendly.
8th Dec '15 4:58:38 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* LighterAndSofter: When compared to the DarkerAndEdger tone of ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'', this movie is much more lighter and child-friendly.
1st Dec '15 4:12:14 AM fearlessnikki
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* DemotedToExtra: Susie who misses out on the trip to Paris. Likely with having so many older siblings, an animator for a father and a doctor for a mother, the Carmichaels wouldn't have the time. Grandpa Lou and Lulu likewise only appear in the wedding at the start.

* InnocentlyInsensitive: The DJ at the wedding who calls for the children to dance with their mothers - not realising there's a child present whose mother is dead.

* NeverTrustATrailer: The theatrical trailer includes a bit where Angelica demands to know which of the babies put a pooped diaper in her suitcase, falls over due to her platform shoes, and Phil comments that "someone got up on the wrong side of the bread". There is no such scene in the movie, although Phil's line pops up on a different scene (referring to a mean stewardess, rather than Angelica).
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* NeverTrustATrailer: NeverTrustATrailer: ** The theatrical trailer includes a bit where Angelica demands to know which of the babies put a pooped diaper in her suitcase, falls over due to her platform shoes, and Phil comments that "someone got up on the wrong side of the bread". There is no such scene in the movie, although Phil's line pops up on a different scene (referring to a mean stewardess, rather than Angelica).

* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Quote Creator/DonLaFontaine in the theatrical trailer: "[[spoiler:And introducing the newest Rugrat, Kimi!]]" ** Let's not forget [[spoiler:the fact that Chuckie gets a mother]].
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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: TrailersAlwaysSpoil: ** Quote Creator/DonLaFontaine in the theatrical trailer: "[[spoiler:And introducing the newest Rugrat, Kimi!]]" ** Let's not forget [[spoiler:the fact that Chuckie gets a mother]]. Although trailers and TV spots implied it was Coco, which isn't really a spoiler.
19th Nov '15 4:39:37 PM nombretomado
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* DisappearedDad: Kimi's father doesn't show in the film, though it's implied to be the function of a divorce. [[spoiler:An episode of ''AllGrownUp'' confirms this]].
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* DisappearedDad: Kimi's father doesn't show in the film, though it's implied to be the function of a divorce. [[spoiler:An episode of ''AllGrownUp'' ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' confirms this]].
21st Sep '15 2:15:27 PM ngh93
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--> '''Stewardess''': Unfortunately, the union forbids me from picking it up. That's a job for your ''mommy''. \\
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--> '''Stewardess''': Oh, look. A toy that was already broken. Unfortunately, the union Union forbids me from picking it up. That's a job for your ''mommy''. \\
13th Jul '15 12:15:18 PM BigBertha
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Angelica may be a notorious bully, but she is completely disgusted at how Coco treats the other kids. "Listen lady, nobody messes with my dumb babies except me!"
27th Jun '15 8:43:52 AM YasminPerry
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* ADayInTheLimelight: For Chuckie.
27th Jun '15 8:42:03 AM YasminPerry
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* CharacterFocus: This film is very much Chuckie's story, to the point where it could've easily been released under the title ''The Chuckie Movie''.
27th Jun '15 8:35:50 AM YasminPerry
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Over in Paris, we meet Coco [=LaBouche=] and her smarmy sidekick Jean-Claude. Coco is looking to be promoted to president of the Reptar company once her boss, Mr. Yamaguchi, retires. Since Yamaguchi is looking for a candidate who "has the heart of a child." Coco lies to by telling him that she loves children, and that she's engaged to a man with a child of his own. When Coco catches Angelica having been eavesdropping on her, Angelica offers to help set her up with Chuckie's dad, Chaz. Coco then pretends to take interest in Chaz and gradually wins him over, but has little luck trying to bond with Chuckie (especially since she shows her TrueColors to the kids behind Chaz's back). During their Parisian adventure, the Rugrats meet a girl their age, Kimi Watanabe, and her mother, Kira, an assistant of Coco's, who herself develops a mutual romantic interest in Chaz (not to give away the movie's ending, but [[spoiler:suffice to say, the fact that [[LateArrivalSpoiler they're two of the new characters debuting here]] should [[ForegoneConclusion tell you how it turns out]]]]). Also, Tommy's dog Spike falls for a poodle named Fifi (this isn't plot relevant, but since [[spoiler:Fifi also becomes a series regular]], it needs to be mentioned).
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Over in Paris, we meet Coco [=LaBouche=] and her smarmy sidekick Jean-Claude. Coco is looking to be promoted to president of the Reptar company once her boss, Mr. Yamaguchi, retires. Since Yamaguchi is looking for a candidate who "has the heart of a child." Coco lies to by telling him that she loves children, and that she's engaged to a man with a child of his own. When Coco catches Angelica having been eavesdropping on her, Angelica offers to help set her up with Chuckie's dad, Chaz. Coco then pretends to take interest in Chaz and gradually wins him over, but has little luck trying to bond with Chuckie (especially since she shows her TrueColors to the kids behind Chaz's back). During their Parisian adventure, the Rugrats meet a girl their age, Kimi Watanabe, and her mother, Kira, an assistant of Coco's, who herself develops a mutual romantic interest in Chaz (not to give away the movie's ending, but [[spoiler:suffice to say, the fact that [[LateArrivalSpoiler they're two of the new characters debuting here]] should [[ForegoneConclusion tell you how it turns out]]]]). Also, Tommy's dog Spike falls for a poodle named Fifi (this isn't plot relevant, but since [[spoiler:Fifi also becomes a series regular]], it needs to be mentioned).
26th Jun '15 9:59:43 PM YasminPerry
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'''''Rugrats in Paris: The Movie''''' is the second of three animated movies based on the {{Nickelodeon}} cartoon ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', released between the show's seventh and eighth seasons. Topping the introduction of Tommy's brother Dil in ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'', three new series regulars make their debut in this film.
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'''''Rugrats in Paris: The Movie''''' is the second of three animated movies based on the {{Nickelodeon}} cartoon ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', released in 2000 between the show's seventh and eighth seasons. Topping the introduction of Tommy's brother Dil in ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'', three new series regulars make their debut in this film.
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