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Pup Star: Better 2Gether (2017)

The action-packed new season of the franchise continues with the story of Tiny, an adorable Yorkie pup who, after winning the 'Pup Star' TV singing competition, is suddenly launched into an adventure when she's replaced by a street Yorkie, Scrappy, and the two swap lives in a dog-filled, fish-out-of-water tale that ultimately demonstrates life truly is 'better together.'

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Robert Vince
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Credited cast:
Obba Babatundé ... Big Ears
Lombardo Boyar ... Security Guard Dog
Molly Burnett ... Emily Rose
Chris Coppola ... Rocky
Reggie De Leon ... Shep
David DeLuise ... Steven
Matty Finochio ... Guido
Josh Flitter ... Ruff
Benjamin Flores Jr. ... M.C. Bite
Tatiana Gudegast Tatiana Gudegast ... Heidi
Jeremy D. Howard ... Magic
Cameron Hughes Cameron Hughes ... Mutt / Taxi Driver
Brian Hull ... James Corgie
Adele Jacques ... Coiffure
Denise Jones Denise Jones ... She
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The action-packed new season of the franchise continues with the story of Tiny, an adorable Yorkie pup who, after winning the 'Pup Star' TV singing competition, is suddenly launched into an adventure when she's replaced by a street Yorkie, Scrappy, and the two swap lives in a dog-filled, fish-out-of-water tale that ultimately demonstrates life truly is 'better together.'

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Rated PG for some rude humor | See all certifications »
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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Pup Star 2 See more »

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$2,500,000 (estimated)
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Air Bud Entertainment See more »
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Color
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It's Time to Boogie
Music & Lyrics by Randy Petersen
Under License From Air Bud Music
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Fun-Filled Family Film With Adorable Pups
28 August 2017 | by rannynmSee all my reviews

Air Bud Entertainment has done it again and created a fun-filled family film with this follow up sequel to Pup Star. I like the movie because the story has a fun adventure and also introduces lots of new characters including the disco dog Shampoo, the perfect pal P.U.P. (Mackenzie Sol) and the "catankerous" Kitty Purry (Madison Pettis).

The story begins when Roland (Jed Rees) and Bark (George Newbern) kidnap Tiny (Kaitlyn Maher); or should I say dognap. Scrappy (Kaitlyn Maher) is put in Tiny's place for the Pup Star finals because Bark wants revenge on Tiny. My favorite scene is Shampoo's disco party! It is hilarious because it is quite unusual to see dogs dancing. Wow! He slides all around and spins on the ground like fidget spinner. My next favorite scene is in Kitty Purry's cat alley. When Roland enters, his clothes are in perfect condition, but when he comes out, his entire outfit is in shreds.

My favorite characters are Tiny, Scrappy and Roland. Tiny is so lovable and a great singer. Scrappy is an awesome rapper with lots of attitude. Roland thinks he is pretty smart but he's really like a dodo bird. It's so funny that in almost every scene something bad happens to him which made me laugh like a howling husky. I absolutely love the music because it includes rap, pop, country, upbeat and sad songs that draws you in and touches your heart. Kaitlyn Mayer has an amazing and versatile voice. She is able to not only sing pop but rap like nobody's business. I like the special effects because they make the talking dogs and facial expressions look so real and, by the end of the movie, I believed that dogs can really talk and sing. Can't they?

I don't want to give away the ending, but you'll most likely have tears in your eyes. The heartfelt messages of the film are about sticking together and that families are better together. I recommend this to ages 3 to 13. I rate this film 5 out of 5 Pup Stars. I highly encourage you to see this film!

Reviewed by Abigail Zoe L., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews by youth, visit kidsfirst dot org.


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