Rugrats in Paris: The Movie is the Rugrats movie all fans agree is the best. Since it’s bigger and more emotionally resonant. Nickelodeon wasted no time getting a sequel made. So Rugrats in Paris: The Movie picks up right where season 6 left off. Instead of Tommy, the spotlight is now placed on his best friend Chuckie. After learning the sad truth about Chuckie’s mom in the episode “Mother’s Day,” it was clear that he needed a new mommy.
The road to get there brings Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Dil, Angelica, Spike, and their parents (not Susie though) all the way to Paris. Which for some reason has a Japanese theme park right in the middle of it. Euro Reptarland to be exact. It’s here that the babies get into huge adventures that defy all logic. Like ending up piloting a giant reptar robot rampaging Paris. Rather than keep the babies in constant danger, their parents aren’t too far behind. Since Chuckie’s dad falls for the awful park owner Coco LaBouche. Thankfully she’s just the decoy potential mother.
Chuckie’s spoken objection to the marriage still give me chills. Chuckie actually gains a new mom in the kind hearted Kira Watanabe and even a new sister in the carefree Kimi. The movie’s success and the prolonged popularity of the Rugrats later lead to an unexpected star on the Walk of Fame. We also have the movie to thank for the song “Who let the dogs out?” Rugrats in Paris: The Movie is an exotic adventure that gives the fans exactly what they wanted.