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February 16, 2016 / The Ghost

Alvin and the Chipmunks

This movie is a lesson in life.

 

 

If I were to recommand you to watch one Hollywood movie, it wouldn’t be this one. It would be Avatar. (DUH!) But if you’ve seen Avatar, then I would definitely recommend you to see it again. After that I’d say you need to go and see Avatar 998 more times. Avatar is and will always be the best movie ever made. What was I again writing about?

Oh right, chipmunks. When you’ve watched Avatar a thousand times you might think it’s time for a change. That’s the moment you realise you haven’t seen it enough. No other movie is as dramatic as this one. Avatar really rocks the world. So watch it some more to make sure you really get it. It’s so worth it.

Again, that’s not why I was writing this review. Chipmunks are the next best thing. So that’s when you realize you want to see Avatar a couple of more times because chipmunks aren’t the BEST thing. Avatar is. No one can ever get tired of watching Avatar. It is so great.

But okay. There is a time where the Avatar-blu-ray-disc fails and you NEED to see something else. So you get your backup blu-ray-disc of Avatar out of the cabinet and play it a couple of more times until that second disc fails as well. Then go watch “Alvin and the Chipmunks”. This epic drama tells the story of Alvin and this compatriot chipmunks. They are out on a quest to irritate people as much as they can. The characters in this movie are so deep. Let’s take Alvin for example, he is the smartest of the chipmunks but doesn’t drag with it. He stays his funny self, laughing everything away.

This movie learned me so much. How to behave with my friends. The importance of family, values, love. When to take risks and how to make your dreams come true. It’s a fantastic story. Wait… I was talking about Avatar again. Writing can get so confusing sometimes.

 

Alvin and the Chipmunks on IMDB: 9/10. Little chipmunks, big numbers.

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