Hey Arnold! The Movie

2002

Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Drama / Family / Thriller

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 29% · 78 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 37% · 10K ratings
IMDb Rating 5.9/10 10 7879 7.9K

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Top cast

Christopher Lloyd as Coroner
Dan Castellaneta as Grandpa 'Steely' Phil / Nick Vermicelli
Vincent Schiavelli as Mr. Bailey
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by StephenBurg 6 / 10

Drat, No Jungle Movie

Hey Arnold! The Movie is a decent and somewhat uninspired movie based on the legendary Nicktoon "Hey Arnold!". I liked this movie better as a kid, now I realize that everything was just happening way too quickly. The plot revolves around Arnold's neighborhood being tore down by a greedy city developer and he and his friend, Gerald, have to stop before it's too late. It wasn't the most original movie ever made, but it was enjoyable. The best part was when the Grandma tried to escape from jail, and later we see her leaving a man's toilet in a parody of The Shawshank Redemption. If you're a fan of the show or just love animation movies, pick this one out for the kids. There's not too much to sit through it's only 80 minutes long. My rating: 6/10 Rated PG for Thematic Elements

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 6 / 10

Decent, but not as engaging as it ought to have been

I love the show, this movie was just decent in my opinion.

Pros: The animation is very good, very vibrant and colourful. The music is infectious and memorable. The dialogue is witty and funny, with plenty of modern and adult pop culture references to satisfy adults and teenagers, and there is enough funny dialogue to amuse kids too. The characters are still the charming characters I know and love, and the voice acting is great.

Cons: The pace is uneven, the ending feels rushed and the middle drags a tad. The additional characters are well voiced and animated, but not as interesting as they had potential to be. What hurts the film is the story, a good idea but too thin and predictable for the running time.

Overall, decent as a standalone, but not as engaging it ought to have been and I hate to say this, the show is better. 6/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by Quinoa1984 5 / 10

Not hateful but definitely too average to be easily enjoyed

Hey Arnold is another slab of filmmaking from the Nickelodeon channel bringing forth a patented Nick Toon to amuse the masses of kids. After watching this, I kept wondering what was so wrong with Ren and Stimpy to leave that in the dust while this, Doug, Rugrats (2 movies), Wild Thornberries, get attention to the box office? But then that's irrelevant to the review. I mention it if only because a movie like this comes so standard, so puffed with a plotline kids in the second grade have heard since they were three, and with sterility (in particular in the Shawshank parody), it is a wonder why something as original as Ren and Stimpy doesn't make its way to the theater. Oh well, next week I get an answer- Powerpuff Girls.

PS, there are two funny jokes in this movie for all and then the rest will vary on how much the parents and kids will tolerate- a parody of the Hulk and a cameo from Christopher Lloyd as a mortician. Grade: between C and C-

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