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

Stranger Things isn't the end of Hollywood's obsession with the 1980s.

Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers is proof that cartoons from many people's childhoods can not only be revived

Also in a way that makes the source material feel like the first draught.

Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers is a delightful riot, featuring the voices of our generation's funniest funny guys (Andy Samberg, John Mulaney, Will Arnett, Tim Robinson, and Keegan Michael-Key

cameos designed to rile up viewers (cough, Ugly Sonic, cough), and a script that is mercilessly cheeky from start to finish ("Polar Express eyes").

And before you dismiss it on Disney+ because you believe you've seen it before, reconsider! The Disney Afternoon redo, three decades later

Is far more than a Who Framed Roger Rabbit 2.0, and — dare we say it here at Inverse — may be compulsory viewing for anyone who claims to enjoy cartoons

Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers is a romp through a meta, multi-studio Toontown-in-Tinseltown that serves as a tribute to (and mockery of) animation.

Chip and Dale, the small-but-mighty squirrelly combo, are recast as washed-up performers who want tobe detectives

With mercifully no Alvin and the Chipmunks pitches. With lines stuffed with sharp jests, scenes packed with goofs, and a tonne of heart

The new film will have you rooting for Disney's oldest anthropomorphic bromance.