Back before Nicklelodeon started airing live-action TV shows revolving around spoilt kids with dreams of stardom, they were actually quite well known for their quality line up of cartoons, animated tales that appealed to demographics of all age brackets.
Shows like Ka-Blam!, Rockos Modern Life and Ren & Stimpy were surreal trips into cartoon violence and madness, but one title that was massively successful was Rugrats.
Centred around some precocious infants exploring the mysteries of life and their parents odd quirks, it naturally had a few spin-offs, but never a big screen film adaptation.
Now thanks to Funny or Die and Red Band, we see exactly why there has never been such a film. Not for the faint of hearted or haters of NSFW material.
Last Updated: January 19, 2012