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Aussie and Ted's Great Adventure (2009)

G | | Family | 2009 (USA)
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Aussie, a lovable Australian mutt, embarks on a mission to return his young owner's missing Teddy Bear.

Director:

Shuki Levy

Writers:

Tori Avey, Shuki Levy
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alyssa Shafer ... Laney Brooks
Kirstin Eggers ... Amelia Brooks (as Kirstin Q. Eggers)
Leo Howard ... Eric Brooks
Emily Kuroda ... Mei Mei
Angela Martinez ... Monica
Brandon Ng Brandon Ng ... Yi Chen
Alejandro Patiño ... Carlos (as Alejandro Patino)
Timothy Starks ... Mr. Jones (as Tim Starks)
Dabier ... Justin Jones
Carlos McCullers II Carlos McCullers II ... Noah Jones (as Carlos McCullers)
Vanessa Bell Calloway ... Mrs. Jones
Brian Burrows Brian Burrows ... Mortimer
Peter Kwong ... Mr. Chen
Odessa Chiklis Odessa Chiklis ... Samantha
Jordan Levy Jordan Levy ... Julia
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Aussie, a lovable Australian mutt, embarks on a mission to return his young owner's missing Teddy Bear.

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Family

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Aussie and Ted See more »

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When Aussie runs in to the laundry shop to look for Ted, Ted is clearly visible on the counter. Aussie then runs straight past Ted to the back, where he finds Ted inside one of the dryers, indicating no one had bothered to remove the teddy bear prop from the counter for the shot of Aussie running in. See more »

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By the Light of the Silvery Moon
Written by Gus Edwards and Edward Madden
Performed by Tori Avey
Song in the public domain
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The type of film that features a review from the Dove foundation on the poster
10 March 2018 | by benjaminweberSee all my reviews

The Dove foundation seems to enjoy notoriety for giving positive reviews to extremely bad children's films. Generally, if a Dove review is featured on a film's artwork, it means the general reception was so bad that any positive review by a critic would be featured. This film is no exception to that rule.

The acting in this film is bad. It features bad child actors, bad adult actors and bad voice actors for the animals. The general premise relies entirely on the idea that an entire neighbourhood is happy to let their dogs roam the streets of San Francisco without supervision. There are scenes that build up to something that never happens, and only serve to pad the run-time. There are bizarre continuity errors that could easily be fixed by someone simply reviewing the footage.

There are only three positive things that come to mind about this film. Firstly, it's a film about animals, and the animals do seem to be well-trained. It's their on- and off-screen human counterparts that let them down. Secondly, whoever cast this film actually put some effort into ensuring a diverse cast. This is off-set slightly however by some slightly stereotypical representations. Thirdly, and this is a back-handed compliment, it is arguably so-bad-it's-good due to the ridiculous plot and the bad acting.

All in all, this is a bad film. Worth watching, but in the same way as another film that features out-of-place establishing shots of San Francisco accompanied by out-of-place orchestral music.


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