The Loud House Movie
|The Loud House Movie|
|Directed by||Dave Needham|
|Produced by||Chris Viscardi|
by Chris Savino
|Music by||Philip White|
|Edited by||Peter Ettinger|
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The Loud House Movie is a 2021 American animated musical comedy film featuring characters from the Nickelodeon series The Loud House. Produced by Nickelodeon Movies, it was directed by Dave Needham in his directorial debut, from a screenplay by Kevin Sullivan and Chris Viscardi.
It features the voices of Asher Bishop, David Tennant, Michelle Gomez, Jill Talley, Brian Stepanek, Catherine Taber, Liliana Mumy, Nika Futterman, Cristina Pucelli, Jessica DiCicco, Grey Griffin, Lara Jill Miller, Katy Townsend, Andre Robinson, Carlos PenaVega, and Izabella Alvarez. It tells the story of the Louds going to Scotland where they learn that they are descended from royalty.
The film was originally going to be theatrically released in 2020 by Paramount Pictures. Instead, the film had a digital release on Netflix on August 20, 2021. It was met with mixed reviews from critics.
In Royal Woods, Michigan, Lynn Loud Sr. runs into crossing girl Rita at a school crosswalk and the two fall in love. After a few dates, the two get married, buy a house in the suburbs, and give birth to eleven children: eldest Lori, fashionista Leni, musician Luna, comedian Luan, athletic Lynn, only son Lincoln, gothic Lucy, polar opposite twins Lana and Lola, genius Lisa, and baby Lily. Twenty two years later, the family has a busy day taking their ten daughters to various events. Afterward, they have a celebratory dinner where Lincoln begins to think that he lives in the shadow of his sisters.
After a talk with Clyde McBride about where one side of his family came from, Lincoln asks his parents the same question. While Rita states that most of her family came from Royal Woods, Lynn Loud Sr. is unsure about his side of the family. This leads to Lisa doing an experiment where she traces Lynn Sr.'s heritage to Scotland. The Loud Family then heads to Scotland for a week long vacation on a hectic trip involving parachuting from a cargo hold, flying in a hot air balloon, and traveling in a submarine. Upon arriving in the Scottish town of Loud Loch, a town filled with many oddities, the Loud family learns from the citizens of the town that they are descendants of the Scottish royalty and are led to a castle ran by groundskeeper Angus and the disgruntled caretaker Morag.
Angus then shows the family a painting of their descendants that bares striking resemblance to themselves and reveals the ruled the town for many years before sailing away forever. Lori has a hard time maintaining contact with Bobby who thinks that they are breaking up and she is seeing someone named Scott as Ronnie Anne suspects. Lincoln eventually learns from Angus that his own ancestral counterpart, the Duke of the family, was the most special member of the family much to his delight. Wanting to to become the new Duke of Loch Loud, he partakes in many community service events to help restore the village to its former glory and eventually guilt trips the rest of the family into moving to Scotland forever since the family no longer have to share one bathroom.
As the Louds adjust to their discovery while experiencing the ghost of their descendant Lucille Loud, a baby dragon who grows very fast that they name Lela, and enjoying their time in the castle, Morag becomes frustrated with the family after living in the castle peacefully and quietly for many years. She then devises a plan much like her ancestor Auggie to get the family to leave Loch Loud forever by hypontizing Lela with a magic gemstone known as the Dragon Stone and the royal scepter. After the sisters begin to get attention in the village, Morag tricks Lincoln into riding Lela to try to get back his attention. While he rides the dragon, she uses the gemstone and scepter to hypnotize it into destroying the town so Lincoln could get blamed for the chaos. Lincoln, feeling guilty for the damage, asks the family to return home to Royal Woods. As the family leaves for home, Morag proceeds to make herself the new duchess of the town much to the displeasure of villagers. In response, she hypnotizes Lela again to cause more destruction to the village.
While on the boat home, the ghost of Lucille Loud tells the family of Morag's plan and what she's doing to the town. The Loud children minus Lily, head back to the town on a row boat and team up to defeat Morag and un-hypnotize Lela. The sisters eventually get the scepter back and Lincoln using his magic skills destroys the gemstone which breaks Lela out of her spell and in response, Morag is dropped on an island filled with leopard seals bearing resemblance to the Louds. The town of Loch Loud congratulates the family and asks Lincoln to resume his place as the duke of the kingdom, though Lincoln declines and instead offers the crown to Angus instead feeling he deserved to be duke more, a decision approved by the kingdom and the ghosts of the Loud ancestors.
After helping repair the village, the Loud family says goodbye to Angus and the villagers and sets sail back home to Royal Woods. Bobby arrives in Scotland too late to find that Lori is on her way back to Royal Woods. Clyde welcomes Lincoln back to Royal Woods with some duke cupcakes. During the credits, still images are shown that include but are not limited to the Duke's ghost riding Lela, Bobby finally reuniting with Lori, Leni contacting her love interest online, Lincoln winning a 3rd place trophy with Lily present, and Angus rescuing Morag who now puts up with the antics of the ghost of the Duke's family and the threat of Lela who has laid three dragon eggs.
- Asher Bishop as Lincoln Loud, The Duke
- David Tennant as Angus
- Michelle Gomez as Morag
- Jill Talley as Rita Loud, Rita Loud's 1600 ancestor
- Brian Stepanek as Lynn Loud Sr., Lynn Loud Sr.'s 1600s ancestor
- Catherine Taber as Lori Loud
- Liliana Mumy as Leni Loud, Leni Loud's 1600s ancestor
- Nika Futterman as Luna Loud
- Cristina Pucelli as Luan Loud
- Jessica DiCicco as Lynn Loud, Lucy Loud
- Grey Griffin as Lola Loud, Lana Loud, Lily Loud, Scoots
- Lara Jill Miller as Lisa Loud, Lisa Loud's 1600s ancestor
- Katy Townsend as Lucille Loud, Mrs. Scroggins, Old Aggie
- Andre Robinson as Clyde McBride
- Carlos PenaVega as Bobby Santiago
- Izabella Alvarez as Ronnie Anne Santiago
- Billy Boyd as Scott, Fisherman
- Jan Johns as Lela the Dragon, Lolo the Dragon
- Candi Milo as Submarine Captain
- Carlos Alazraqui as Bell Ringer
- Debra Wilson as Nana May, Nana Collette, Nana Helene, Mrs. Turnberry
- Ruth Connell as Chip Shoppe Owner, Cab Driver
- Tru Valentino as Fish Shoppe Owner
- Peter Ettinger as Uncle Jack's Nephew
On March 28, 2017, Paramount Pictures' president Marc Evans announced a film based on the series originally set for release on February 7, 2020 in theaters. However, in January 2019, Paramount removed the film from their schedule. On February 5, 2019, it was announced that the film would instead be produced for release on Netflix.
Paramount president Marc Evans announced that, during Comic-Con, the studio will work closely with Viacom's TV brands, most notably Nickelodeon, which includes this movie. When the film was first announced at Comic-Con 2017, series creator Chris Savino stated that the film would be non-canon to the show. Dave Needham later contradicted Savino's claim stating that it is canon since Lily is still in her diaper appearance. In a later interview on the Nerds Social Club Podcast, Needham states that this film takes place during the summer somewhere between "Coupe Dreams" and "Schooled!"
Savino had no involvement on the film after being fired from the show due to sexual harassment allegations back in October 2017. In January 2021, it was announced that the film would be part of Netflix's 2021 film lineup. The film's cast and crew were revealed in April 2021, confirming the entire main cast will be reprising their roles from the show.
The film's soundtrack was released on the same day the film was released, August 20. The themes by Christopher Lennertz and the official music by Phillip White, it features many songs sung by Oh Hush!, graywolfe, Distant Cousins, and Tide Lines. The film's entire soundtrack is available to be seen on Spotify.
|No.||Title||Composers and/or Singer(s)||Length|
|1||Life is Better Loud||Doug Rockwell & Michelle Lewis||2:29|
|2||Ordinary Me||Asher Bishop||1:26|
|3||This Town is Named for You||David Tennant & Cast
(feat. Distant Cousins)
|4||Loud Castle||Doug Rockwell||1:23|
|5||The Duchess I Will Be||Michelle Gomez||1:59|
|6||I'm Gonna Be the Duke||Asher Bishop & David Tennant
(feat. Oh, Hush! & graywolfe)
|7||Now or Never||Oh, Hush! & graywolfe||1:18|
|8||My Way Back Home||Tide Lines||2:43|
|9||Let's Get Lost Together||Distant Cousins||1:17|
|10||Welcome to Scotland!||Christopher Lennertz and Phillip White||2:23|
|11||Lincoln Rides the Dragon||3:44|
|12||Morag's Last Stand||3:52|
The Loud House Movie was originally scheduled for a theatrical release of February 7, 2020. However, in January 2019, Paramount removed it off their release calendar. The film was later released on Netflix on August 20, 2021.
The Loud House Movie was met with mixed reviews from critics. Bob Hoose from the pluggedin.com gave a positive review for the movie saying that, "The Loud House Movie is a nicely balanced musical that somehow gives all of the kids—with their distinctive personalities and quirks—a moment to shine. All the while, it also delivers a rollicking, giggle-packed tale of castles, dragons and backstabbing caretakers". The Washington Post review of the movie noted that parents should, "expect some name-calling like 'loser' and 'stinkin' Lincoln'," but noted that, "overall this is a funny, heartwarming story that the whole family can enjoy".
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