The ugly sonic scene in ‘Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers’ was “not easy,” says the director.

“Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers” is a new action-comedy starring Andy Samberg and John Mulani as Disney’s classic cartoon Chipmunk brothers. You can watch the movie exclusively on Disney Plus.

The film provides a satirical look at the lives of Chip and Dale since the end of their 1989 cartoon series; The pair live in a Los Angeles version where cartoons and people share the same world. Dell has undergone a CGI surgery that shows him 3D while Chip is struggling as an insurance salesman. The pair were separated for years at the beginning of the film, but they reunited when a former member of their show disappeared.

“Chip N Dale: Rescue Rangers” is full of cameos from other Disney cartoons such as “Peter Pan,” “The Lion King” and “Aladdin”. Seth Rogan, J.K. Simmons, Will Arnett, Keegan-Michael Key and many more.

How to watch ‘Chip’ N Dale: Rescue Rangers

You can see “Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers” at Disney Plus. The film is a
Streaming
Exclusive, so it won’t be released in theaters. Disney Plus costs $ 8 per month or $ 80 per year.

The full movie was released on May 20 and is rated PG, so it should be suitable for kids with parental consideration.

You can download the Disney Plus app on iOS, Android, PlayStation, Xbox and most smart TV and streaming player brands. You can access the service online through the Disney Plus website.

Supports Disney Plus

4K
High Dynamic Range (HDR) video with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atoms on compatible devices. You can download movies and shows from Disney Plus for later offline viewing.
What else can I see at Disney Plus?

There’s still plenty to check out at Disney Plus after watching “Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers”, starting with the original “Rescue Rangers” series and more animated shorts starring Chip and Dale. Rescue Rangers also have a cameo presence in the 2017 reboot of “DuckTales” at Disney Plus.

Disney Plus is the streaming home of a huge library of Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars, Pixar Movies, “The Simpsons” and Disney content. For more details, check out our complete Disney Plus Guide.

 

The first on the list should be the guy who is obviously the most popular outside the gate: “Ugly Sonic.” Almost immediately following the trend in the Twitter Top 10, Ugly Sonic is a ridiculous adoption of the scraped blue hedgehog character design for the 2020 Sonic the Hedgehog Paramount movie. In the voice of comedian Tim Robinson, Ugly Sonic attends an area fan convention for irrelevant characters. The poor man is trying to get into the industry as much as possible – but it is clear that opportunities have dried up and disadvantages are his main source of income. But don’t worry, as he puts it, the ugly Sonic “is in the joke.”

Randy Marsh ranks 2nd because – from social media reactions – his presence in the film is the most heinous. The fan-favorite South Park character is briefly seen hanging out in a bathroom bath while Chip and Dale are on a mission. Randy, who co-produced the series on the (very adult) comedy Central show, voiced Randy, not speaking to Rescue Rangers. He just appears to relax and enjoy his steam.

Hee-Man and Skeleton

One of the funniest moments in the film is between Hee-Man and Skeleter, who appear together at a fan convention. Rendered in their classic He-Man and Masters of the Universe 80s animation, the pair sit down at a table and sign pictures while Chip and Dale run downstairs to avoid problems. After sitting at Dale Hee-Man’s feet, the 80’s hero panicked and said that there was something under the table, to which Schlatter replied, “There’s nothing there, you boob! ! ”