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About Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers
Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers, チップとデールの大作戦, Чип и Дейл спешат на помощь, Чіп і Дейл поспішають на допомогу, יחידת ההצלה של צ'יפ ודייל, Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers, 奇奇与蒂蒂：救援突击队, Chip y Chop: los guardianes rescatadores
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Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers trailer and plot: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3513500/
Cast and Characters:
Andy Samberg - Dale
John Mulaney - Chip
KiKi Layne - Ellie
Will Arnett - Sweet Pete
Eric Bana - Monterey Jack
Flula Borg - DJ Herzogenaurach
Dennis Haysbert - Zipper
Keegan-Michael Key - Frog Co-Worker / Bjornson the Cheesemonger
Tress MacNeille - High-Pitched Chip / Gadget
Tim Robinson - Ugly Sonic
Seth Rogen - Bob the Warrior Viking / Pumbaa / Mantis / B.O.B
J.K. Simmons - Captain Putty
Da'Vone McDonald - Jimmy the Polar Bear
Akiva Schaffer - Rescue Rangers Director / ET / Officer Sock Puppet / Happy Cartoon Dog / Shoeshiner / Mr. Natural / Hungry Mouse / Sauna Pig / Officer Chameleon / Bird Husband
Rachel Bloom - Insurance Sheep / Flounder / Flower Girl / Black&White Reporter / Lost Boy / Stinsons Boy / Chip's Mom / Cannon Ball
Juliet Donenfeld - Kid Dale
Liz Cackowski - Cow Teacher / Tigra / Officer O'Hara / Bird Wife
Corey Burton - High-Pitched Dale / High-Pitched Zipper
Jim Cummings - Fat Cat / Pooh / Tiger / Shredder Arm / Pete / Darkwing Duck
Chris Parnell - Dave Bollinari
Jeff Bennett - Lumiere
Steven Curtis Chapman - Baloo
Jorma Taccone - Fan Con Announcer / Batman / Toon Car
Charles Fleischer - Roger Rabbit / Chipmunks TV Announcer
David Tennant - Scrooge McDuck
Paula Abdul - 3-D Reporter
Dan Gregor - Snoopy Ear Reporter
Directed by Akiva Schaffer
Written by Dan Gregor, Doug Mand
Based on Rescue Rangers properties and characters by Disney Television Animation
Produced by David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman
Cinematography: Larry Fong
Edited by Brian Olds
Music by Brian Tyler
Production companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Mandeville Films
Distributed by Disney+
Release dates: May 16, 2022 (Orlando), May 20, 2022 (United States)
Running time: 97 minutes
CHIP 'N DALE: RESCUE RANGERS FAQ AND DISCUSSION TOPICS
For reference, below is a list of frequently asked questions and discussion topics!
Are Chip and Dale brothers in Rescue Rangers?
Chip and Dale are friends in Rescue Rangers. They meet at school.
Is Sonic in Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers?
Yes, Ugly Sonc is in Chip and Dale: Rescur Rangers. He is voiced by Tim Robinson.
Is there a Rescue Rangers movie?
The Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers movie was directed by Akiva Schaffer and released on Disney Plus in 2022.
Is there going to be a Rescue Rangers reboot?
The Rescue Ranger film poster says that "It's not a reboot. It's a comeback."
Who is Polar Bear in Chip and Dale?
Jimmy the Polar Bear is voiced by Da'Vone McDonald.
Who voices Chip in the new movie?
Chip is voiced by John Mulaney. Tress MacNeille voices high-pitched Chip.
Who voices Peter Pan in Chip and Dale?
Peter Pan, or Sweet Pete as he is now known, is voiced by Will Arnett.
Will there be a Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers 2?
There is no currently any comment from Disney about a Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers sequel.
I can say with confidence that Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers has instantly become one of my all-time favourite films. As a huge animation fan, I laughed, sometimes out loud, at the many, many references to other cartoons, film studios, merchandising, and animation styles.
If you think of an animated film or TV show, there’s an exceptionally high chance that it features in this film. Shrek, the Simpsons, Sonic, a thousand and one references to other Disney characters. It’s so self aware, and every scene is utterly glorious to look at.
The dialogue itself is very clever too, but the narrative, I have to say, takes a back seat for me. This is set 30 years after Chip and Dale’s TV show Rescue Rangers ended. When Monterey Jack disappears, they rejoin forces to solve the crime.
I wasn’t too emotionally invested in the development of the narrative itself. At no point did I really feel concerned about Monterey or hope that Chip and Dale solved the crime. However, the narrative does develop at a nice pace, and it seems to hit all of its marks for it to make sense and flow well enough.
For me though, it’s all about the comedic dialogue and the hyper-aware animation. Virtually every single scene has a different animated character from a different animation studio, film franchise, or TV show. We’re not just talking Disney here. I was very surprised to find DreamWorks in here too, and so many toys and merchandise! Everything was visually so gorgeous to look at, and the blend of live-action and animation is very well edited.
Before I watched the film, I had one question: why is Chip a classic animation and Dale CGI? I’m very relieved to say that this is answered in the film, and it makes perfect sense for the development of the characters and a cause of a possible rift between our protagonists.
I’m completely in awe at how cleverly written and animated Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers is. It’s directed by Akiva Schaffer, and written by Dan Gregor and Doug Mand. John Mulaney and Andy Samberg are brilliant as the voices of Chip and Dale.
The narrative is interesting enough, but for me the true engagement comes from the excitement of wondering what animated character is right around the next corner. It throws in so many surprises.
If you’re not a big animation fan, then there’ll be references in this that don’t speak to you too much. You may still enjoy the narrative, but this is definitely aimed at fans of animation.
I watch literally hundreds of animated cartoons each month, and most of them pale in comparison to the expertly crafted and visually stunning Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers. I did at one point get quite emotional when the film made me think about just how much animation means to so many people, and how many childhoods and even adulthoods it helps to shape. This is easily my favourite film of 2022 so far, and without a doubt it’s a film that will watch again.
And probably again.