Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Now you can kick off all-star family fun with the heartwarming Air Bud: Golden Receiver Special Edition, featuring exclusive all-new bonus action: Sports Channel play-by-play quarterbacked by the Buddies!
This time out, Buddy, the hoop-shooting, hotshot canine, tackles a new sport—football. When his
teenage owner reluctantly becomes the school’s new quarterback, Buddy catches the spirit and joins the team. Soon, the two find themselves leading the Timberwolves to the state championship. But victory hopes are sidelined when two sinister Russian circus owners take a bite out of everyone’s plans and dognap Buddy for their star attraction. Give three cheers for Disney’s hilarious hit that goes the whole nine yards for outrageous fun and adventure.
• The Buddies Sports Channel – Join Budderball in the broadcasting booth as he and the rest of the Buddies, B-Dawg, Mudbud, Buddha and Rosebud, review the instant replay on the amazing football career of their dad, Air Bud.
• Air Bud Sport Whistle Necklace – Exclusive on-pack while supplies last.
Rated: ‘G’ (US)
Run time: Approx. 90 minutes
Language: English, Spanish, French
Buddy in the Game
This is a fun family movie. My sons both enjoyed it and thought a dog playing football was hilarious. I always find it amazing what they can train animals to do for movies! There were some great comedic moments as well and even I found the movie pretty entertaining. This is a movie that could be played for any audience- I didn't find a single objectionable thing. Air Bud is completely kid-safe.
The bonus feature on the DVD- the sports channel play-by-play Quarterbacked by The Buddies- was especially cute. Those puppies are just adorable. Now my sons want a dog even more than they did before :). Olivia's favourite part was the sport whistle necklace... she drove us crazy with it for hours until I managed to hide it from her! But even still I am happy to recommend Air Bud: Golden Receiver.
Thanks so much to Walt Disney Home Entertainment Inc. and Click Communications for sending me a review copy of this DVD.
Posted by Tara Robertson at 10:03 pm