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I would never recommend this movie to anyone age groups. It's long, boring and incoherent. It contains some abstract goals and dreams, and different environments that expose the cute little dogs for a little of everything. And have a very strange start. The film could not produce smiles or laughs. The only good thing was the dogs' relationship to each other. Bad for children and for adults. If one were to make a movie about space dogs, then it should rather be on the dog's wild adventures in space that could pique the imagination a bit. Instead they had to run around on the ground. It was as if they were trying to get everything in the movie, surroundings, environment, emotions, relationships, development, 3d, society and space. The result was a too superficial movie.
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