Alvin and the Chipmunks (movie)

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Alvin and the Chipmunks is a 2007 family comedy movie using Live-action/CGI. The movie stars Jason Lee, David Cross, Cameron Richardson and Jane Lynch and the voices of Justin Long, Matthew Gray Gubler and Jesse McCartney.

Plot[change | change source]

Dave Seville, a desperate song producer, meets three talking, singing chipmunks named Alvin (the awesomest one), Simon (the smart one), and Theodore (the cute one). Dave says that they can live with him if they sing his songs, but he later thinks that he made a terrible mistake when they ruin his house, his friendship with Claire Wilson (his girlfriend and next-door neighbor), and his job. Dave gets along with them better when they became very popular singers. Later on Dave's old friend and roommate, Ian Hawke trys to take the chipmunks away for fame and money. Eventually, Dave gets the chipmunks back, and he learns to consider them as his family. Also he and Claire get back together.

Cast[change | change source]

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Greece 13 December 2007
 Hong Kong 13 December 2007
 Malaysia 13 December 2007
 Singapore 13 December 2007
 Canada 14 December 2007
 Iceland 14 December 2007
 Romania 14 December 2007
 Turkey 14 December 2007
 United States 14 December 2007
 Kuwait 18 December 2007
 Belgium 19 December 2007
 France 19 December 2007
 South Korea 19 December 2007
 Chile 20 December 2007
 Czech Republic 20 December 2007
 Germany 20 December 2007
 Hungary 20 December 2007
 Portugal 20 December 2007
 Russia 20 December 2007
 Thailand 20 December 2007
 Bulgaria 21 December 2007
 Estonia 21 December 2007
 Spain 21 December 2007
 United Kingdom 21 December 2007
Republic of Ireland Ireland 21 December 2007
 Lithuania 21 December 2007
 Latvia 21 December 2007
Mexico Mexico 21 December 2007
 Venezuela 21 December 2007
 Ecuador 22 December 2007
 Kazakhstan 23 December 2007
 Slovenia 27 December 2007
 Taiwan 28 December 2007
 Argentina 3 January 2008
 Australia 3 January 2008
 Colombia 3 January 2008
 Brazil 4 January 2008
 Panama 4 January 2008
 Uruguay 4 January 2008
 Egypt 9 January 2008
 Serbia 10 January 2008
 Poland 11 January 2008
 Philippines 16 January 2008
 Slovakia 17 January 2008
 Italy 18 January 2008
 Denmark 1 February 2008
 Sweden 1 February 2008
 Netherlands 6 February 2008
 Finland 8 February 2008
 Norway 8 February 2008
 Japan 13 September 2008

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