As family films go its probably skewed more towards the kids than, say, a Pixar film is, but it's colourful, harmless fun
Alvin, Simon and Theodore appear in their third big-screen outing, and are again joined by the Chipettes, who this time have all been adopted by Dave, their manager.
One of Pixar's smartest, funniest and best-loved film's finally makes its Blu-ray debut. And it's about time too, becase The Incredibles looks absolutely – well, incredible – in high-definition.
Oh dear, Kevin Smith's loyal followers will feel mightily let down with his latest effort, a sorry slagheap of a picture.
Fame leads to obsession, leads to insanity — all of us at some point might like the idea of being famous, but for some there is a high price to pay.
"Alvin! Simon! Theodore!" Hearing those familiar helium-fuelled voices took me back to watching Alvin and the Chipmunks cartoons in my childhood.
It's some 50 years since Ross Bagdasarian heard — we assume — a record played at the wrong speed and imagined that what he heard was singing chipmunks. Hmm.