When the buddies are at the movie theater, 101 Dalmatians is playing. When they go into the projection booth, the movie is at the part where the puppies are just born, near the beginning of the movie. As they walk in front of the projection, it skips to the end where the puppies are trying to escape Cruella. See more »
Like a preacher needs pain,
Like a needle needs a vein,
I feel the need to watch awful dog films.
This is exactly what you'd expect from a series of films that should have stopped after the first one, or from a large corporation like Disney manufacturing children's films. It is the archetype of a bad children's film, written in a day on the back of a napkin. It is painful to watch, particularly whenever the sheriff's dog starts talking. The most fun you will get out of watching this is by trying to work out what accent the villain is trying to pull of. Cockney? South African? Swedish? Some unholy mixture of all Germanic languages in a blender?
Seriously, don't bother. There are good films, there are entertainingly bad films, and there are stale, manufactured children's films like this one.
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