CHIP 'N DALE RESCUE RANGERS REVIEW: A RIOTOUS ODE TO ANIMATION REIMAGINES A CLASSIC

Rescue Rangers is proof that the toons from many peoples

Childhoods can not only make a comeback but can also be revived in a way that makes the source material feel like the first draft.

You ignore it on Disney+ because you think, “I’ve seen this movie before,think again!

The three-decades-later Disney Afternoon reboot is way more than a Who Framed Roger Rabbit 2.0

Rescue Rangers is a romp around a meta and multi-studio Toontown-in-Tinseltown

The small-but-mighty squirrelly duo of sardonic Chip and schmaltzy Dale are reimagined as washed-up actors and wannabe detectives

The new movie will have you rooting for Disney's oldest anthropomorphic bromance with lines crammed with smart jests,

The beloved after-school program’s return is done nearly perfectly right,

Rescue Rangers and enough references to modern Hollywood that all audiences will appreciate.

The show premiered on The Disney Channel in the spring of 1989 and aired three seasons worth of episodes (65)

The oddball couple, which first meets at school and instantly becomes BFFs,