Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups
Disney surprises me from time to time. The
first Santa Paws movie was decent, and an offshoot of the Buddies
flicks. I thought it was a one and your done. But Santa Paws 2 The Santa
Pups came along and showed me this franchise is going to continue.
Disney improved it in a few ways too.
Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups follows the storyline of four new puppies being born in the North Pole. They learn all about life up there. They want to get magic crystals of their own and grant Christmas wishes. They are told to be patient, since they have more to learn. I am sure you can imagine what happens next.
Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups also lets Mrs Claus play a prominent role. It is close to Christmas, and a new ambassador is needed in Pineville. Mrs Claus takes a trip out there to find the right person. The pups make a mistake which unravels every little aspect of Christmas. And they did not learn how to reverse a wish.
I am very pleased to report that Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups mentions the birth of Christ. It is in one of the beautiful songs a little girl sings. Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups spreads all kinds of good will and cheer. I felt very uplifted and energetic after watching this movie.
Points of Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups can feel a little corny, but kids will enjoy it. My boys loved the entire movie. They also had funny comments to make while we were watching the movie. The best example was when they said: "Oh this won't go well." It was in reference to a character flippantly asking how hard something could be.
Family Friendly Gaming was provided the Blu-ray + DVD combo of Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups. This movie plays in English, Spanish, and French. The Santa Pups Music Mash-Up, and Blooper Scooper are the bonus features that will interest families the most.
Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups has its moments that will bring smiles to faces of viewers. It also teaches how important it is to spread good cheer during Christmas time. Charity and hope are two themes in Santa Paws 2 The Santa Pups. It also reminds us to be careful what we wish for.
Family Friendly Factor: 92%
Rating: ‘G’ - General Audiences
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