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The film never slows down or bores, plunging from one harrowing sequence to the next.
I would love to say this movie was good but it was rather disappointing, without trying to be horrible. The story line wasn't great and I couldn't get my head round the dancing bit. I thought that the film would be good for young viewers, as in young children. Young children would probably like a movie like this and is rather like the buddies films in a way. Saying that, Pudsey is very well-trained dog and maybe if the story line was different, the movie could have been better.
What's with the haters??? This is a dog movie/ a children's movie, and a cute one, so why all this slamming? Eli Roth and Quentin Tarantino are perverts, the makers of AHS are sadistic and disrespectful to foreign nations and people in general, Scorsese is cold as ice and consequently his characters are the same - but all you are bitching about is a cute, little dog who was in some talent show and then got a movie of his own? What in heaven's name is bad about this??? People really are sick. And the movie is a cute, entertaining, funny, heartwarming flick with - sure, some clichés (it's a children's movie!!), but also a lot of originality, innovative fun, great camera work and makes you smile and feel good - can't say this about the critically acclaimed and popular "filmmakers" I mentioned above!!! Best idea to give Pudsey his own movie, keep up with the good work!!!
Matthew Luke Brady
The one thing that I can't stand about these kids movies is that they treat the children and us like idiots and nothing else.The story is about a cheeky London stray dog, Pudsey, who is quite happy being a lone ranger, looking out for number one, until he meets siblings Molly, George and Tommy. After losing their father, their mother Gail is moving the family to the sleepy village of Chuffington and Pudsey tags along, to the dismay of their landlord, Mr. Thorne, and his cat Faustus. Pudsey the Dog: The Movie sounds like a bad idea on paper. I bet the writer's of this movie were sitting down planing this movie and said to each other...Vertigo Films Producer: "We need to make money and fast, but we are all out of ideas. Horrid Henry: The Movie was a flop and so was Top cat. Wait a minute! what about that dog that can stand on it's two feet? yeah Let's put that dog from Britain's Got Talent into let's give him a movie and let's make him as annoying as possible". And after seeing it on the big screen... it's a disaster of a film. Pudsey the Movie is a film that will turn your brain into mash, because of it's awful scenes of humor. The all movie treat's kids and the viewing auditions with no respect and I just hate it when they do that. The soundtrack to this movie (He's Got The Love!) is the most annoying, headache soundtrack that I've ever heard this year. David Walliams voice acting in this movie wasn't good at all. Walliams felt miss cast and they could have picked a better voice actor than Walliams. The directing was bad, the effect's looked really fake and cheap. Pudsey the Movie is like a big middle finger to the auditions who love movies.
Brought 4 kids to this movie today aged 4 -8. They enjoyed it, even the 8 year old who protested about wanting to see something with more action. Nothing mind blowing for adults, don't expect any intricate plots or complex characters but from a child's point of view, talking animals, slapstick and adults acting silly is perfect entertainment. My 4 year old boy especially finds the cinema a bit intimidating but he loved it.Story is simple enough, family relocating to rural area following death of their father encounters greedy landlord with evil plans. Landlord does not like dogs...you see where this is going. An afternoon well spent. Innocent fun.