When Puppy Paws (the fun-loving son of Santa Paws) gets bored, he finds Budderball on Santa's naughty list and figures he's just the dog to show him how to be an ordinary pup. When the magical Christmas Icicle starts to melt however, and the world begins to forget the true meaning of the season, it's up to Puppy Paws and his newfound Buddies to journey back to the North Pole and save Christmas.
- Category:Family, Adventure
- Stars:Craig Anton, Andrew Astor, Charisse Baker, Danny Woodburn, Tom Bosley, Field Cate, Tim Conway, Chris Coppola, Josh Flitter, Nico Ghisi, Ben Giroux, Skyler Gisondo, Zachary Gordon, Ryan Grantham, Ellie Harvie,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Robert Vince,
- Writer:Kevin DiCicco (character "Air Bud"), Robert Vince, Anna McRoberts, Paul Tamasy (characters), Aaron Mendelsohn (characters)
The film takes place on a film set in The North Pole. It is about the mission of puppies to help Santa make a great Christmas for many families. Especial, after realizing the bad idea of Budderball, the chief dog Puppy Paws attempts to make him come back on Santa's good graces. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Santa Buddies torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Not particularly thrilled by this kind of Stateside legendary, nevertheless, the film has toned it down & made it light quite a bit already.
(ru) wrote: I love this movie. Don't believe those grumpy critics. It's especially for kids, and the "big kids" who I know that have seen it, love it too. Very very sweet and it's nice to see a movie with a message, not just entertainment for entertainment's sake.
(ca) wrote: Just rewatched this film and it is still just as suspenseful and intense the third time around. This film affected me so much I got the lightbulb tattooed on my wrist. Forget Hollywood remakes and just see this version, it is so stripped down and minimalist, the black and white film adds depth to the story of life and death and.represents a dichotomous starkness. The lack of a soundtrack except the off-key piano in the beginning and end ,and excess noise, contribute to the position at the edge of your seat your will find yourself in. The announcer is so psychopathically intense it makes you wonder what the guy does in his spare time. Leave Jason Statham alone, it is a cheap rip off of this incredible art house movie. Just go ahead.... reading subtitles isn't so bad!
(de) wrote: The premise is somewhat original, it's the execution of it that's really good. The chemistry between all the main characters in the movie is very good too they all really work well together. Honestly you can't go wrong with Will Farrel as the crazy energetic one of the bunch. Not too many laugh out loud moments but the whole situation is pretty comedic.
(ru) wrote: Marci (Lana Parrilla), a college student working for a student newspaper about extraterrestrials and other supernatural phenomena, plus two male co-workers (Nick Swarts and Mark Phelan), head out into the California wilderness following a report of alien sightings. There they witness a spaceship crash, see a scientist being shot by a corrupt military man, stow away on a truck that's loaded down with corpses (from the ship), and end up trapped in Majestic 12 headquarters; a military bunker/lab way underground (you need to take an elevator to get down there) where unorthodox experiments have been taking place. Some scientists have injected a tarantula with some alien DNA, said spider laid an egg inside one of the astronauts and said egg has hatched; resulting in a large, web-shooting spider monster with cell-regenerative properties that sinks its fangs into most of the supporting cast. The monster also grows bigger and bigger from one generation to the next, so at the finale we get a house-sized giant spider going on GODZILLA rampage on a college campus and through the city. It's up to Marci and a buff military dude (Josh Green), both in their matching white tank tops, to stop the monster. Not to spoil the ending, but our heroine ends up hanging out of a helicopter on a rope trying to shoot a missile out of a bazooka (that looks like it was made by Nerf) right into the monster's mouth. As one character says early on, "It's like a bad sci-fi movie!" Well, I've seen a little worse. The story and stock characters have been worn clichs for at least 40 years, the dialog is laughable ("We need bug repellent, not guns!"), the acting is bad to fair and the special effects are highly uneven (there's a pretty good animatronic-model spider by KNB and some lame, but scantly-used, computer fx at the end). There's also a sequel.
(es) wrote: to bad that this movie goes flop i really enjoid renny harlin could have a brilliant carrier in hollywood
(de) wrote: one of my favorite harrison ford movies
(gb) wrote: the way bruce lee's brother takes revenge is inevitable