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The adoption was a good ending for that particular film, but I'm just saying it probably wasn't the best ''overall ''ending. Because right after he adopts them, they come home to a big catastrophe. And what transpires next? Well, that could be the basis for a fifth movie; that, and other facets of the fourth film left on the fence that I've mentioned previously. And plus, I think that because of the adoption, there should be a fifth film so that they can show what it is like for Dave now that the Chipmunks are "officially and legally" his family. These would be good plot points, as I've stated on this thread and other threads.
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The adoption was a ''great'' ending--but only for that particular film. It just probably wasn't the best ''overall ''ending. Because right after Dave adopts them, they come home to a big catastrophe. And what transpires next? Well, that could be the basis for a fifth movie; that, and other facets of the fourth film left on the fence that I've mentioned previously. And plus, I think that because of the adoption, there should be a fifth film so that they can show what it is like for Dave now that the Chipmunks are "officially and legally" his family. These would be good plot points, as I've stated on this thread and other threads.

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The adoption was a great ending--but only for that particular film. It just probably wasn't the best overall ending. Because right after Dave adopts them, they come home to a big catastrophe. And what transpires next? Well, that could be the basis for a fifth movie; that, and other facets of the fourth film left on the fence that I've mentioned previously. And plus, I think that because of the adoption, there should be a fifth film so that they can show what it is like for Dave now that the Chipmunks are "officially and legally" his family. These would be good plot points, as I've stated on this thread and other threads.

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