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Dr Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts

 

 

SCORE: 83

 

Dr Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts 

 

I have no idea where such creative minds come up with new ideas for the Dr. Dolittle franchise. Not only do they come up with new ideas, but they are fresh, and fun.  Dr. Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts puts Maya in Hollywood helping out the pets of the stars. This leads to a television show, and an eventual life lesson. Maya still wants to help the animals, and the core of this film is the definition of help.

Visually speaking this Blu-ray (and DVD) has a lot of wild images. There are animals in all kinds of different costumes. The human characters also wear a lot of different outfits (mainly the women). I think Dr. Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts tries to conform to the standards of Hollywood with some clothing that could use a few more buttons or more material. There is one kissing scene, and the only violence is someone tripping over a turtle.

Dr. Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts ranges musically. There is rap, classical (think Bach or Beethoven), and rock. Maya deceives her mother, and then tries to avoid her. I noticed a few minor insults here and there in this movie. Certain actors/actresses do a great job of portraying shallow people. The genuine concern for animals is a long running theme of this movie, and almost every character also has an animal associated with them. There are a couple of humorous points in Dr. Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts that had me laughing.

The reviewable Blu-ray package Family Friendly Gaming received contained the movie on DVD as the biggest bonus. On top of that there are some nice little behind the scenes features. Star Tours Dolittle style, and no business like show business are my two favorites. Others enjoyed Tiffany’s tricked out cell phone.

The menu screens operate as one would expect. I do have one minor quibble in this section. Moving the highlight from one selection to another brings a sound. This sound annoyed me. Sure this is minor, but something that stuck out. The storyline is very predictable, and even a few spots where there might have been suspense did not last long.

Dr. Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts teaches an important lesson - there are no shortcuts. Maya learns the hard way that just because she can talk to animals does not mean she can help them when they need medical assistance. Shallow knowledge only lasts so long, and a deeper comprehension is needed.
 -  Yolanda

 

Graphics: 80%
Sound: 79%
Replay/Extras: 89%
Gameplay: 81%
Family Friendly Factor: 88%
System: Blu-ray/DVD
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Rating: 'PG' for Parental Guidance
{Some Rude Humor}

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