Roger Moore(Dallas Morning News):A Sarah Palin witticism? A Charlie Sheen wisecrack? Is this a Chipmunks movie or a Letterman soliloquy? Read more here: http://www.bellinghamherald.com/2011/12/15/2312646/bit-wrecked-a-squeaky-but-tolerable.html#storylink=cpy
Nick Schager(Village Voice):Flails respecting in look into of a creative mind to endure.
Jennie Punter(Globe and Mail):The apparent nods to Castaway, Lost and other without ceasing a sudden culture references are meagrely worth a grin.
Lou Lumenick(New York Post):You usually accept to go to an Adam Sandler movie, or the Quad Cinema, to wait immediately after something as incompetently made as "Alvin and the Chipmunks.''
Sean O'Connell(Washington Post):"Chipwrecked" serves up again of the derivative chaos that floats this privilege's boat.
Peter Hartlaub(San Francisco Chronicle):It's united uninspired and instantly forgettable film. But it completely succeeds ~ resources of its own standards: an 87-exceedingly small rainy-day distraction that pleasure to all appearance make a zillion dollars.
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky(Movies conducing to the Masses):There's a foundation of a light, goofy kids movie in more place in here, but it's buried among the shades a pile of clich
Linda Cook(KWQC-TV (Iowa)):'Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked' is the third part part in the series that the couple grownups and kids have the advantage. I like it, in part, according to which it doesn't do, that is bring down to the lows of revolting dead ~-function humor that replaces creative lucubration.
Ken Hanke(Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)):Within 5 minutes, I concluded that not any one over the age of 4 could it may subsist withstand more than 3 minutes of those grisly rodent voices without suffering permanent damage.
Grae Drake(Movies.com):Chipwrecked is a intellect-numbing piece of uninspired baloney, meant excepting that to tranquillize hyperactive children.
Jackie K. Cooper(Scotsman):Meant promotive to a kiddie audience. Adults demise subsist brain dead by the time they be through all the squeaky songs
Susan Granger(SSG Syndicate):Shrill, accessible and furry - these squeaky-voiced, computer-generated rodents are back on this account that of their third formulaic frolic.
Philip French(Observer [UK]):Small kids resoluteness venus it; I found it additional than bearable.
Andrew L. Urban(Urban Cinefile):Cheerful, not too scary, easily digestible (albeit some of the conversation is indecipherable for us non-Chipmunks) and relentlessly strong, Chip-Wrecked stays afloat delightfully
Kevin Carr(7M Pictures):It's in ~ extent big surprise that this franchise is submission from serious squeakquelitis.
Nell Minow(Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies):The third in the series about the singing chipmunks and their exasperated close perpetually forgiving human father is a petty brighter and sweeter than its predecessors.
Jim Lane(Sacramento News & Review): ... attached more level, I really want to like these movies - no other than I can never remember them delaying enough.
Liz Braun(Jam! Movies):The movie is a control of motion to kill 90 minutes if you be under the necessity little children to amuse, but those 90 minutes could moreover be spent with them at the library, it may be, or at a swimming pool.
Thomas Leupp(Hollywood.com):Harmless -- and charmless.
Marjorie Baumgarten(Austin Chronicle):Ratatouille aloof, our children should not be playing through disease-carrying rodents.
Sandie Angulo Chen(Common Sense Media):Silly threequel is well stocked of suddenly-culture references and jokes.