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  • Alvin and his fellow helium-voiced CGI rodents were unbearable enough in their first film, but this desperate sequel - sorry "squeakquel" - is such a blatant cash-in that the producers might as well have gone straight round to young viewers 'houses and stolen their piggybanks.

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  • the Chipmunks "squeakquel" -- it's extra annoying that a proven talent like Tim Burton couldn't make a more kid-friendly "Alice."

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  • ALVIN & THE CHIPMUNKS: THE SQUEAKQUEL ($29.98 regular, $39.98 BluRay; Fox) -- Whoever coined the phrase "squeakquel" deserved a big fat bonus because that's the cleverest part of this follow-up to the wildly successful live-action launch of the singing chipmunks at the movies.

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  • PopcornBytes didn't see "squeakquel" but probably, it's from the same studio and it's about animals

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  • But as talking animal movies go, this "squeakquel" squeaks by.

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  • Just weeks after something dubbed a "squeakquel," we have a movie advertised with the tagline: "You can't handle the tooth."

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  • I hardly know where to begin with this - the "squeakquel" bit alone made me shudder.

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  • AI (off camera): If you don't make me say "squeakquel," I promise I'll come off the bench.

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  • "squeakquel" packed with over an hour more of music.

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  • Fox) -- Whoever coined the phrase "squeakquel" deserved a big fat bonus because that's the cleverest part of this follow-up to the wildly successful live-action launch of the singing chipmunks at the movies.

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  • I've been using "squeakquel" as the term for the satirization of a movie by using/repurposing an existing movie sequel title, e.g., "Rain Man 2: Electric Boogaloo" or "Sex and the City 2: Attack of the Crones". The term itself, of course, being a form of squeakquel.

    April 28, 2010