Alvin and the Chipmunks is a 2007 family film about the life and return of the musical group Alvin and the Chipmunks (and in the animated series of the same name). It is directed by Tim Hill and produced by Bagdasarian Productions, New Regency Productions, and 20th Century Fox.
This live-action/computer-animated update of Ross Bagdasarian’s squeaky-voiced cartoon characters finds the chipmunks (in CGI form) transported from their woodland habitat to the city, where they wind up in the home of Dave Seville (Jason Lee). Dave, a down-on-his-luck songwriter, realizes the potential of a singing chipmunk pop act, and becomes an unlikely mentor/father figure to feisty Alvin, brainy Simon, and dopey Theodore. Meanwhile, the threesome causes chaos in his life, leading to plenty of fun, frenetic scenarios. When a devious record executive (David Cross) enters the picture, however, Alvin and the Chipmunks must deal with both the trappings of fame and their loyalty to the amiable, hapless Dave. An R5 copy of the movie has been released by popular scene group PUKKA. It's already been leaked to several bit torrent sites including the pirate bay.
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