Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3
Disney has gone to the dogs in Beverly
Hills Chihuahua 3. Sorry I could not resist using that line. Papi is
back with his entire family. He has to sniff out a sinister plot all the
while learning to let go. Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 is a wonderful movie
for parents who need to let go of their children as they go off on their
own. I know it can be scary, but they leave the nest at some point.
Some of ya'll are probably saying I have nothing to worry about for a few years. While that is true, it is on my mind from time to time. I think Paul will easily let go of our eagles when they decide to soar. I am the one who will want to be needed by our children when they leave the nest. Enough about me though. This time is all about Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3.
Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 does a decent job of making it look like the canines are speaking. The various dog-gone musical groups are very interesting. I enjoyed the commentary on certain groups. I knew from the start what flavor of music Papi was looking for, but we had to go through the comic relief. Speaking of comedy, the peanut butter scene in Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 is priceless.
The storyline in Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 is pretty classic. We juggle Papi not being needed, and unearthing a hideous scheme. But is he making it up or does he really know something no other canine does? I won't spoil that for you, but if you know Disney then you will probably be able to guess. I love the entire concept of it is darkest right before the dawn used in this movie.
My boys have a new favorite song thanks to Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3. What is it? One of the bonus features in this Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy - "Living Your Dreams" by Raini Rodriguez. If your toes are not tapping at the very least after hearing that song, well your pulse needs to be taken. That is all I have to say about that.
I love the important issue Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 deals with. Some people treat others poorly and that is never appropriate. Children eventually need to grow into their own homes, and their own families. Parents need to recognize the time is right for them to move on (hopefully without the dot org). It can be difficult to let go, but it is needed. They will make their own mistakes and we need to have faith in them to learn from them. And then they can acknowledge how wise we are.
Family Friendly Factor: 84%
Rating: ‘G’ - General Audiences
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