Puppy in My Pocket: Adventures in Pocketville (2011– )

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Flo and Magic go to Pocketville and have many adventures. They help puppies, that are destined for certain children, come to the real world.

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Flo and Magic go to Pocketville and have many adventures. They help puppies, that are destined for certain children, come to the real world.

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Completely Unwatchable
12 November 2012 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

This cartoon came on Cartoon Network's sister channel, Boomerang early this morning. I had decided to watch something on it to help wake me up, and "Puppy in My Pocket" was the only thing that was airing. I was expecting a cute and endearing show about dogs since I love them so much, but no. This is not what I wanted. What I experienced was a poorly animated, cheesy, unsatisfying and stupid excuse for a cartoon about animals.

I noticed that "Puppy in My Pocket: Adventures in Pocketville" was made by the Italian animation company, Mondo TV, the same people who created two, atrocious movies about the R. M. S. Titanic; "The Legend of the Titanic" and its sequel, "Tentacolino." When I saw the advertisement for this show on Boomerang, I was thinking it would be fun to watch. Wow, was I ever wrong!

The animation and character designs are awful, and I saw that most of their mouths were out of sync with the actors' lines. I'm not kidding. The humans and dogs' lips move with their speaking patterns so fast, that you cannot understand what they're saying at all.

Besides the animation, the whole thing was absolutely ridiculous. I mean, really, puppies on a magical island, and living together in a large, luxurious, castle-like home? What is this, a dog version of "The Wizard of Oz?"

"Puppy in My Pocket" is a terribly executed show. It makes no sense, the animation is horrid and it almost rips off fantasy styled movies or television programs. It is just a sugarcoated, large piece of garbage. If you have a young child who loves this show, that is perfectly fine. As for fans of classic cartoons about cute animals, don't bother with this one. Watch "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" instead.


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