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Rugrats Go Wild
The next morning, they arrive on a small, seemingly uninhabited island possibly in Southeast Asia and Angelica eventually finds her Cynthia doll on the beach.
The adults argue about who should be the leader. When it gets out of hand, Betty suggests a test: They all step out and say that they all feel better, except Stu, and make Betty the leader, much to Stu's chagrin.
On the opposite side of the island is the famous globe-trotting family the Thornberrys out to film a clouded leopard. Tommy, Chuckie, and the rest of the kids, except for Angelica, set off to find them, for they suspect they are somewhere on the island.
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Along the way, Chuckie gets lost and runs into the Thornberry's Tarzan -like child Donnie, who steals Chuckie's clothes. Meanwhile, Eliza, the gifted Thornberry, is exploring about the jungle with Darwin, her chimpanzee companion and runs into Spike, the Pickles' dog.
Since Eliza can talk to animals, Spike now voiced by Bruce Willis talks for the first time although he spoke in Chuckie's dream sequence in the episode "In the Dreamtime" ; he informs her that his babies are lost somewhere on the island.
Under the impression that Spike means he is looking for puppies, Eliza and a reluctant Darwin agree to help him find them. Following a close encounter with Siri, an angry clouded leopard whom Spike believes to be just a regular domestic catthey learn that he meant the human babies.
Simultaneously, Eliza's father, Nigel, finds the lost babies. He heads in their direction but ends up tumbling down a hill and suffers amnesia after a coconut falls on his head. Angelica going by "Angelitiki, the Island Princess" runs into Debbie, the teenage Thornberry, and takes off with Debbie in the Thornberry's all-purpose mobile communication vehicle commvee.
Even in a cartoon universe, this was beyond the bounds of believability. Though the mild crude humor characteristic of Rugrats films is also a little less mild than usual — I suspect simply to get it a PG rating to give the older kids who like the Thornberrys permission to watch it.
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Like prior Rugrats movies, the film is soon dropping clever references to other movies for the adults in the audience to appreciate, and after a bit you realize there is a theme developing. Soon the Rugrats cast is washed ashore on a tiny, uninhabited island. This allows the filmmakers to explore interesting character juxtapositions between the two series: Spoiled three-year old Angelica Cheryl Chase gets paired up with Debbie Thornberry Danielle Harriswho is basically a teenage version of Angelica though Debbie is showing signs of finally growing out of total teenage self-absorption.
Timid Chuckie Finister Christine Cavanaugh is paired up with the smallest member of the Thornberry cast, the fearless, hyperactive, and differently verbal jungle boy Donnie Flea. Courageous one-year old Tommy Pickles E. Doolittle" daughter, Eliza Lacey Chabetwho can talk to animals?Rugrats Go Wild! Trailer (2003)
These character pairings are really nice. The two casts have a surprising amount of synergy.
The storytelling approach the film takes is sometimes described as "one dang thing after another" storytelling.