No. Please. No. Alvin and the Chipmunks 4 is officially moving forward. Despite a blatant rejection from critics, studio executives can’t help but push a terrible movie for easy money. But is it even easy money anymore? The first two installments did well domestically and internationally but the third didn’t fare as well. Chipwrecked was a disaster (it literally earned 12% on Rotten Tomatoes) and the box office reflected that. It was the worst installment domestically and ranked in the middle internationally. While they still made millions, the numbers shouldn’t be strong enough to merit a sequel. Should parents have to suffer through a cringe-worthy two and half hours of high pitched squeaking and autotune? No. But Hollywood could care less.