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4 Freunde und 4 Pfoten (2003)

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Alice Alice ... Mozart
Alexander Gaul Alexander Gaul ... Alexander Schönberg
Kai Michael Müller Kai Michael Müller ... Robby Matkowski (as Kai-Michael Müller)
Martha Reckers Martha Reckers ... Hedwig
Mercedes Müller Mercedes Müller ... Lilly Schönberg (as Nicole Müller)
Axel Schulz ... Monster Man
Martin Semmelrogge ... Franz Bommer
Michael Lott ... Titus Peck
Steffen Scheumann Steffen Scheumann ... Luc Lulac (as Steffen Schult)
Errol Shaker ... Donnie Diesel
Elisabeth Scherer Elisabeth Scherer ... Mimi Klopfstein
Edda Leesch Edda Leesch ... Katja Schönberg
Karl Kranzkowski Karl Kranzkowski ... Paul Matkowski
Inga Busch Inga Busch ... Paula Matkowski
H.H. Müller H.H. Müller ... Notar
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Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

9 October 2003 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

4 Freunde & 4 Pfoten - Ein tierisches Abenteuer See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Freunde fürs Leben
Gesang: Die Lollipops
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Not suitable over ten
15 November 2004 | by przgzrSee all my reviews

There is no doubt what this movie is: a movie you can leave your kids watching alone. Nothing they shouldn't see, and nothing you (parents) should see. If you like stories for young school-age children, watch it. But be warned: a thin, completely predictable story, average acting, director just working for his money. Kids like we saw in hundreds of movies, dog as we saw in thousands... A typical German kids' movie. A detective/crime story suitable for their age. If you've let them already watch action movies like Speed, Matrix or James Bond don't bother with this one, they'll give up after five minutes. But if they have childhood like they should, and are not contaminated by Japanese violent cartoons, they'll most likely spend exciting 70 minutes. And let you do whatever you want to.

I suggest, it should not be watching this movie. With one exception: if you are an extinct-species-type of parent and you want to be with them and make this a time your family spends together, forget what I've said. There is no movie so bad that you can't watch if you want to build your family relations.


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