Beverly Hills Chihuahua
50% Warrior. 50% Lover. 100% Chihuahua.
A pampered Beverly Hills chihuahua named Chloe who, while on vacation in Mexico with her owner Viv's niece, Rachel, gets lost and must rely on her friends to help her get back home before she is caught by a dognapper who wants to ransom her.
Esto me pasa por poner Boomerang.
He visto cosas peores, tbh. No es TAN mala. Hay cosas más importantes en esta vida por las que arrecharse.
To watch this alone as an 23 year old cat-person was a leap of faith. The film turned out to be astonishing. Good morals, character development and Kommissar Rex getting friend-zoned.
I expected this film to be so bad that it annoyed me, and its not that bad. High praise indeed! It's very obviously a kid's movie with all the earmarks of such a project; uncomplicated, stock characters with clearly defined motivations; a straightforward plot with few complications; cute creatures for the kids to enjoy; and a lesson for everyone. Its inoffensive and I suppose that's something for these sort of movies, and its short and not paced badly.
I was surprised that Drew Barrymore's voice really began to grate on me after an hour or so. I'm not sure if its the lines she had, the way she read them or a combination of the two, as I've never found her voice annoying before. Still, I could not have taken much more of it.
I was expecting to hate this movie but I was suprised at how much I ended up enjoying this family film. The kids will have a great time watching this and the adults will also be entertained as there is a lot of humor for all to enjoy. The dogs move their lips in a very believable way so the effects work. What I enjoyed the most about this movie is that each character goes along with its sterotype: for examle you have the german shepard being a police dog, then you hace the doberman being the mean character, the rat playing the thief, and the coyote playing well a coyote who takes animals across the Mexican border to America.…
Alright, so there's an adorable chihuahua, voiced by Drew Barrymore to make her extra charming, who lives a spoiled life in Beverly Hills, and she loves to hang out at the pool with her friends, who include a gay pug (omg). And then there's this Mexican chihuahua who is in love with her but she's not interested because he's Mexican, until she ends up lost in Mexico and then kidnapped and put into a dogfight, where she's almost killed by a Doberman named Diablo. But luckily, she gets saved by a German Shepherd who is haunted by some tragic event in his past (spoiler: he got attacked and lost his sense of smell, and so couldn't be a police dog…
Better than expected. Still pretty cheesy.
Not as godawful as one might imagine.
A fish out of water story, but the fish is a pampered dog. Cutesy talking dog fun.
As unimaginable idiotic as the concept may be (and, mind you, it is), this actually feels like a real movie instead of a Disney Channel Original weekend churn out.