'Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip': EW Review

EW: There’s a whole genre of film that an esteemed colleague of mine calls “Slang & Fart.” It’s a particularly insidious brand of children’s entertainment that tends to be built around jokes that are either basely scatological or centered on the idea that it’s inherently funny to see an anthropomorphic critter toss out words like “fleek” or “jiggy.” It’s a remarkably lazy approach to writing that seems to bore even the least discerning kids.

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