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I can't remember any film produced by Disney that I ever disliked. Every movie they made, whether it's Pixar or not, is a great movie to watch. Bolt is no exception. In fact, this brings Disney to another level.
This film is about the bonds of friendship between Bolt, a "superdog" and Penny, a young actress. Bolt thinks he has super powers but he he obviously does not. He realizes that when he takes a cross-country trek with a mangy cat and a weird hamster to save his human companion.
I guess you could say the voiceovers are great. John Travolta and Miley Cyrus certainly did a good job.
I liked the music in this film. I shouldn't be surprised because Travolta did star in Grease thirty years ago. The duet with Cyrus is a great song.
This movie deserved to win some bigtime awards. The only reason this did not happen because Wall-E overshadowed this film.
This is one of the best Disney animated films this decade. Actually, most of them are great animations. Anyway, I rate this film 10/10.
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