Paw Patrol: The Movie Review


Good Morning Lovelies, 

Having been around my little nephew, I am familiar with Chase and his fellow Paw Patrol crew. Sweet little dogs, who work to save the world from the evils they face. After becoming hugely successful around the world, the cartoon has now branched out into the world of film, with Paw Patrol: The Movie, coming out in cinemas and now on DVD, Blu-Ray and digitally. 

Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes at 79% and with some huge stars lending their voices to the characters, including Kim Kardashian and Jimmy Kimmel, the film allows for the pups to move into a new world. 

As a team, the Paw Patrol group are a diverse and fun mix, who all work together to provide a safe world for all to live in. Parents either love them or hate them. One thing is for certain though, this film will hook the entire family in. 

With the evil, Mayor Humdinger, causing havoc for them again, the film sees new pup Liberty call the team in to try and save the city before he destroys it. With Chase on the case, Liberty hopes to work alongside him and the team to solve it. Leading to a meeting with lots of new characters and familiar faces. 

If you are looking for a feature to curl up with on a cold Sunday, this is the one. Nothing truly bad comes from it and even as an adult, you can try hard not to get pulled in, but you will be. The plot is actually a really clever mix of adult humanity and child innocence, causing for a truly creative film mixture. 

Parents will enjoy the way that this film will

Show their children or the young people in their lives how to view the world. Not everything and everyone is perfect, yet a little bit of peacemaking, as demonstrated by Chase and the team, shows that imperfections lead to perfection. 

Innocent and sweet, but also powerful with its message, Paw Patrol: The Movie works a charm. 

4 Stars

Joey X

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