Fly As the credits roll, Meeper and the ChubbChubbs sing a rewrite of Aretha Franklin's Respect in the pub. The Chubbchubbs Save Xmas ( 2007) The Chubbchubbs Save Xmas. It was theatrically released on August 8, 2007 and is a sequel to the Academy Award-winning animated short film The ChubbChubbs! The ChubbChubbs! The short got a DVD release on November 26, 2002, as a bonus feature also attached to Men in Black II.

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[3][4] On April 11, 2003, the short was released on its own DVD, and with a running time of 5 minutes, 37 seconds is considered likely the briefest DVD ever released. Discover what to watch this November including a Marvel docu-series, a '90s reboot, and a Star Wars holiday celebration. Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist.

© 2007 Sony Pictures Animation Inc. All Rights Reserved. [9][10], 2002 American computer-animated comedy short film directed by Eric Armstrong, Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film, Short Film Oscar® Winners in 2003-Oscars on YouTube, "Sony Pictures Animation Announces Projects for Directors Jill Culton, Anthony Stacchi, Roger Allers, Brenda Chapman and the Brizzi Brothers", "Short 'Chubbchubbs' is going long for Sony", "Catch the ChubbChubbs Saving Xmas With "Daddy Day Camp, The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics, A Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Double Feature, The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, Submissions for Best Animated Short Academy Award, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_ChubbChubbs!&oldid=973517218, Best Animated Short Academy Award winners, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. THE CHUBBCHUBBS SAVE XMAS. Meeper sees aircraft land in the distance, and huge, weapon-bearing monsters exit the craft. [WARNING: BAD LANGUAGE] Taking a break from elsagate edits for a while. Use the HTML below. (voice) (as Matthew W. Taylor).

The short was "originally conceived as a pipeline test to help determine the studio’s strengths and weaknesses in producing all-CG animation within the Imageworks production environment."[2]. When the song is finished, there is dead silence. Witness / Title: You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. A sequel, The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas, was theatrically released on August 8, 2007, along with Daddy Day Camp, and was produced by Sony Pictures Animation. [5] While I'm not personally bothered by the spelling, obviously some will be, and one has to wonder why they went for it. It was produced by Kirk Bodyfelt and directed by Cody Cameron. ‎The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas (2007) directed by Cody Cameron • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd Was this review helpful to you? After he accidentally electrocutes a singer, he is ejected from the pub. I noticed that everyone goes to my channel just to see chubbchubbs xmas. Looking for some great streaming picks? The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas Again is an upcoming computer-animated christmas comedy short film produced by Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation and directed by Cody Cameron. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Outside, he is told by an incautious Gungan that "The ChubbChubbs are coming!" was a sweet little story with a moral(that I refuse to spoil for those who have not seen the short) so easy to process that the youngest of audience members can't miss it, this comes off as preachy and better-knowing, literally having the lead character say what they want you to take from it. and The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas. The Chubbchubbs Save Xmas was theatrically released on July 3, 2002, along with Men in Black II. (2007). Add the first question. In the Sony Pictures Animation short, “The ChubbChubbs™ Save Xmas,” the cuddly little aliens with the bottomless stomachs from the Academy Award®-winning animated short “The ChubbChubbs!” are searching for somewhere to call home. Once the patrons are finally warned by a different visitor, the pub is promptly emptied due to said patrons taking off in panic, leaving Meeper behind during the process. © 2020 Sony Pictures Digital Productions Inc. All rights reserved. He assumes these are the ChubbChubbs. I don't know why the people who wrote and directed the first one didn't get to do this, but boy does it show. It will be released in theaters along with Arthur Christmas 2 and is a sequel to The ChubbChubbs!

2 of 3 people found this review helpful. Meeper, the janitor of an alien pub called the Ale-E-Inn, has higher aspirations—a karaoke performer.

It was directed by Eric Armstrong, produced by Jacquie Barnbrook, and written by Jeff Wolverton. In the Sony Pictures Animation short, “The ChubbChubbs™ Save Xmas,” the cuddly little aliens with the bottomless stomachs from the Academy Award®-winning animated short “The ChubbChubbs!” are searching for somewhere to call home. A feature-length animated film and a television series based on the short were in development in 2003 at Sony Pictures Animation. Dustin Adair, Eric Armstrong, Yakov Baytler, Mary Biondo, Sumit Das, Layne Friedman, Robert Gordon, Sully Jacome-Wilkes, Franco Pietrantonio, Rick Richards, This page was last edited on 17 August 2020, at 17:19. Where The ChubbChubbs! won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2003.[1]. The Futurama Christmas episodes did, and that was part of their understandable hostility towards the holiday(I do not envy a single Jew growing up in America).

is a 2002 American computer-animated comedy short film by Sony Pictures Imageworks. 6/10. The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas is a 2007 computer-animated short by Sony Pictures Animation. This FAQ is empty. The chicks reveal their razor sharp teeth and devour the monsters, who are actually known as Zyzaks. [3] Due to its success, it was re-released on July 19 of that year with Stuart Little 2. Snowman / The singing feels tacked on, like it was put in to remind you of the far superior piece that this is a followup to. Meeper and the ChubbChubbs go to the North Pole; when Santa Claus is injured and can't deliver his presents, he is replaced by Meeper. There's not much that is offensive in this. The ChubbChubbs! It was directed by Eric Armstrong, produced by Jacquie Barnbrook, and written by Jeff Wolverton. The monsters flee, screaming, "It's the ChubbChubbs!" When the monsters begin closing in to the pub, Meeper hides the chicks under his bucket in an attempt to save them. Meeper rushes to warn the pub, and some chicks he finds pecking at the ground outside, but each of his attempts further injures the singer.

The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas Brad Simonsen as Meeper Jeff Wolverton as the ChubbChubbs Jeffrey Tambor as Santa Claus Zachary Gordon as Brad Spoylt Maddie Taylor (as Matthew W. Taylor) as Elf, Snowman, Witness, and Fly until, caught up in the song, he accidentally trips over the bucket, revealing the chicks. is a 2002 American computer-animated comedy short film by Sony Pictures Imageworks. This is featured on the DVD of Surf's Up. The ChubbChubbs! [7][3] Dan Wilson and Dave Gilbreth had been hired to write the film's screenplay,[8] but since then, there has been no further news about the projects.

The ChubbChubbs! The ChubbChubbs glare and reveal their teeth, and the crowd hastily bursts into applause. View production, box office, & company info, Best Oscar Winning Animated Short Film Since 2000. PG | 5min | Animation, Short, Comedy | 8 August 2007 (USA) Meeper and the Chubbchubbs go to the North Pole; when Santa Claus is injured and can't deliver his presents, he is replaced by Meeper. and its sequel The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas were released on October 9, 2007, for the first time on Blu-ray, attached as a bonus to Surf's Up. The ChubbChubbs! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. He then launches into a rendition of "Why Can't We Be Friends?" I recommend this to the biggest fans of the original. Little more than the obligatory sequel, this matches the pace, and even does have a reasonable range to its references and humor(and yes, a lot of this is funny, and almost charming), however, the plot is utterly cookie-cutter, with Meeper having to "save Xmas". Led by the kind but awkward Meeper, the nicest guy from the planet Glorf, the fanged fuzzballs inadvertently scare the naughtiness out of a budding delinquent as they pinch hit for Santa, and in the process learn that home is more than just a place to live.