‘Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers’ combines hilarious nostalgia for adults with Disney fun for kids

NEW YORK – “Sometimes some crimes go through the cracks. But these two wellies are bridging the gap.”

That’s right, 30 years later, Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers are back!

If you’re 35-45+, you may have spent your childhood afternoons with Chip and Dale and the rest of the Rescue Rangers team.

Transferring your now-estranged favorite detectives to modern-day Los Angeles, this film is not just for kids, but also for adults who love a dose of nostalgia.

“I have two kids, they’re 9 and 11 and sometimes they want to see a movie that’s really just for kids and then I kind of leave the room or take a nap and sometimes they watch one where it’s for them and it’s So when I read the script, I was thrilled that it had the potential, as you just mentioned, to play for both audiences,” said director Akiva Schaffer.

Schaffer is one third of the comedy trio The Lonely Island. Another third of this group is the very funny Andy Samberg of SNL and Brooklyn Nine-Nine fame.

“I mean, you know me, everything my husband calls Kiv by his name is a yes of yo soy, which is a wrong use of it, so I’d say Dale spoke to me by being pretty goofy , and a dumbass and furry, very furry, just like me,” Samberg said. John Mulaney’s “Chip” plays the perfect straight man for crazy “Dale.”

The film examines many of the types of animation used over the past 60 years and combines them with live action.

“It was part of what pushed me to do the film because it felt like ‘Roger Rabbit’ was the gold standard for live action with animation, but it’s been 30 years since then and all the different types of animation styles Come on, what would it look like if you saw them all thrown together?” said Schaffer.

Actress KiKi Layne, who plays an investigator named “Ellie,” helps bridge the gap between the animated world and the live-action world. She is the only “human” protagonist in the film.

“No, it was never lonely (beginning) because Akiva and all the crew that was gathered around me, I mean we all had such a great time because we’re enjoying the imagination and reconnecting with the kid in all of us connect.” Layne said.

She helps Chip and Dale figure out what happened to their boyfriend and former Rescue Rangers co-star Monterey Jack.

“Animation has changed quite a bit in that time, and to be part of a film that highlights that and makes fun of it, but also celebrates it, I naturally thought, why not go around solving a crime? Chip and Dale,” Layne said.

The film is rated PG and you’ll see why Peter Pan has really grown up as smelly cheese is compared to an illegal drug market and there are jokes about the motion capture technology used in The Polar Express that leaves the characters “weird, dead eyes.”

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers premieres exclusively on Disney+ on May 20, 2022.

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Dais Johnston

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