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Space Dogs: Adventure to the Moon (2014)

Belka i Strelka: Lunnye priklyucheniya (original title)
Pushok and his space friends blast off on an out-of-this-world adventure to the moon to save his dad and learn the true meaning of teamwork.
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Nonna Grishaeva ... Belka (voice)
Alicia Silverstone ... Belka (voice)
Ashlee Simpson ... Strelka (voice)
Maryana Spivak ... Strelka (voice)
Evgeniy Mironov ... Venya (voice)
Sam Witwer ... Kazbek (voice)
Kira Buckland Kira Buckland ... Push (voice)
Timur Kerimov Timur Kerimov ... Banan (voice) (as Timur Rodriguez)
Sergey Garmash ... Kazbek (voice)
Phil LaMarr ... Lenny (voice)
Lev Akselrod Lev Akselrod ... Pushok (voice)
Iliya Khtamtsov Iliya Khtamtsov ... Pushok (voice)
Stasya Kudyakova Stasya Kudyakova ... Fifi (voice)
Aleksey Kolgan Aleksey Kolgan ... Tomcat (voice)
Roman Kvashnin Roman Kvashnin ... Hare (voice)
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Get ready to blast off to an out-of-this-world adventure with canine teenage astronaut, Pushok, who is determined to find his missing astronaut father. Against all odds, Pushok stows away on a US rocket ship to the moon but soon finds he is not alone, as he is reunited with his mom and encounters a macho monkey and a baby alien. Together, the furry heroes learn the true meaning of teamwork as they join the search for Pushok's dad.

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Follows Space Dogs (2010) See more »

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Lost in the earth, found on the moon.
14 December 2016 | by Reno-RanganSee all my reviews

This is a 2010 Russian film, but now it released in the English language. A 3D animation about the moon mission, but involves the human pets in the main parts. In the 60s, when the Soviet Union and the US competed in the space programme, a dog name Pushok from White House and two other dogs from Moscow set to meet on the moon, followed by to find mysterious events. Finding a solution for it and returning back to earth is what this film is about.

First of all, this film is for little kids. The teenagers and the grownups would find it stupid, at least some of the parts. But they are not the target audience, so I feel sorry for rating it low. This is around 70 minutes long, that mean short and fast. The animation was okay kind, and so the story. Definitely not anywhere close to Hollywood or the rest of the European animation, but overall an acceptable flick. So I recommend it particularly for the below 9 kids.

5/10


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Russia

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Russian | English

Release Date:

15 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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$6,451,892
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