A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Some positive messages around friendship and curiosity, but they get away with naughty behavior fairly frequently.
Positive Role Models
Chip and Dale sometimes don't set the best examples for kids -- they get into trouble often and don't seem to learn from their mistakes. They do have some positive characteristics like being good friends and being curious.
Violence & Scariness
Moderate scariness -- characters displaying sadness and fear, and being in peril (though it never seems like characters are actually going to be hurt). Mild violence like silly villains, brief negative feelings between characters, and slapstick injuries.
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Chip and Dale don't speak, but there's frequent chipmunk chatter noises whose tone represents argumentative speech.
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Products & Purchases
Occasional visual references to other Disney characters/brands.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life is a series featuring the classic Disney characters. Its vibe is a lot different from their last outing, the chatty comedy adventure series Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers -- this series hearkens back to their earlier silent slapstick antics. Moderately scary moments will likely be too intense for preschoolers. There's also brief negative feelings between characters, villains, and cartoonish injuries. While fun and silly, Chip and Dale's antics don't always set the best examples for kids.
Is It Any Good?
Kids will enjoy the silly visual gags and slapstick humor in Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life. The simple storylines make the plots easy for kids to understand despite the lack of dialogue. Vincent Artaud's delightful musical score shines, and the modern Mary Blair-esque visual designs are super fun. Otherwise, grown-ups will probably find that the writing falls a bit flat since the stories mostly focus on getting easy laughs. Grown-ups may not appreciate Chip and Dale's example-setting: they frequently get into trouble and rarely suffer the consequences of their mayhem. While there's some humor that will hit the target age group perfectly, there are also some missed opportunities in this reboot.
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