After a concert mishap lands Dave in the hospital, Alvin, Simon, and Theodore end up in the care of Dave's twenty-something cousin Toby. When the Chipmunks put aside their stardom to return to school to win a annual "Battle of the Bands" competition to save the school's music program. But the boys meet their match with the Chipettes, Brittany, Jeanette, & Eleanor, who are working for the Chipmunks's ex-manager Ian Hawke. Romantic sparks and crazy mishaps happen when the Chipmunks and Chipettes square off.

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I'm puzzled by the number of poor reviews some are giving this film. It's not The Godfather, Shutter Island, or Scent of a Woman. Heck, it's not even Star Wars. This is Alvin and the Chipmunks, for crying out loud. If you want deep messages, incredible dialogue and profound story, go rent 2001: A Space Odyssey. The message of this film is plain and simple: family is your most important resource, and sacrificing it to attain your own goals will come back to bite you BIG TIME. In a day and age where family is often portrayed as being in the way of achieving your life goals, it's a big relief to see a film that gives kids a strong moral message like this. Alvin's egotistical antics and selfishness are brought out in this film. He is led on by the jocks and is allowed on the football team. The fact that he isn't even that valued by the team is evident in that he wasn't even put in the game till they were almost defeated anyway, so what did they have to lose with a (questionably legal) Hail Mary pass? This of course sails right over his head, and instead of keeping his promise to his brother, Simon, he goes out partying. Brittany hit the nail right on the head when she said, "You don't care about anyone but yourself." Alvin wants to retort, but instead swallows hard. When he arrives home, he goes to the bedroom and tries to apologize to his brothers, but of course they are so deeply hurt by his selfishness that they don't even bother to reply! That's a whole new level of hurt right there, and you can tell just how down about the whole thing Alvin is by the sigh he lets out when he sinks into bed. Simon is a good role-model in this movie, because he is the most mature of the three. Dave was wise letting him be in charge, as we can see later when Simon tries (and fails) to hold the family together by making Alvin promise not to miss the sing-off. Another good character trait in Simon is his family values. He highly values his relationship with his brothers, and you can tell how deeply it cut him when Alvin let him be made a fool of with the whole 'litter monitor' joke. Yes, he is a bit anal-retentive and even has a bit of an ego, but it's clear he is the most respectable of the trio. Theodore is also a good character in this film, but not as an example kids should follow. Rather, he is the glue that holds the 'family' together in this film. It was so cool to see Alvin and Simon come to his defense so readily. I don't see too many families where older brothers (at least, more mature ones) would come to the aid of a younger brother like this. When Theodore hurts in this film, it just tears your heart out, because he's so innocent. He's the shy kid who doesn't really fit in, and his vulnerability is very endearing. His heart of gold is most apparent when he tells Eleanor how he thinks she's just fine the way she is. How many guys could be counted upon to be that honest? In the end analysis, Squeakquel isn't the most ground-breaking film of all time. It isn't world-shattering, it's not block-busting, and it's not anything more than fluff when you get right down to it. But at it's heart is a good, clean message that should be something every kid in the world needs to be reminded of every once in a while: Family is your most priceless possession. Cherish it. You'll never realize just how precious it is . . . till you lose it.

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