Everybody's favorite talking Chihuahuas are back in Disney's BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA 2, the comedy that's a pack of outrageous fun for the whole family. Puppy mayhem turns the lives of newlywed Chihuahua parents Papi and Chloe upside down when their rambunctious, mischievous puppies present one challenge after another. But when their human owners end up in trouble, the tiny pups will stop at nothing to save them -- because in good times and hard times, the family always sticks together. So Papi, Chloe and the puppies embark on a heroic adventure, proving once again that big heroes come in small packages. Featuring an all-star cast, including George Lopez (voice of Papi), and complete with a litter of bonus features, this heartwarming tale of the meaning of family, friendship and loyalty is a special breed of fun -- times five.
Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2
is all about the power of love and family--and talking Chihuahuas, of course. In this sequel to Beverly Hills Chihuahua
, Chloe and Papi have just been married in grand style, and they close their celebration by wishing upon a falling star. Four months later, the two are happily adjusting to their new roles as proud parents--something that's not such an easy task for Papi, who often seems to act more like a sixth puppy than a father, and whose stories of famous historical dogs only seem to get his overexuberant puppies into trouble. Papi's owner Sam has been left in charge of all the dogs, while his girlfriend Rachel and her Aunt Viv travel to the rainforest to do some important research. It looks like life for the new canine family will be all fancy dog parks and cute little doggie outfits until Sam discovers that his parents are facing foreclosure on their home. Sam and his father head to the bank to see what can be done, while Papi's brother Pedro joins forces with Sam, Papi, his pups, and the newly arrived Delgado (who's just shown up on his own important mission) to formulate their own plan to help Sam's parents. One dog show and one bank robbery later, it looks like these financially turbulent times will claim not only Sam's childhood home, but also his relationship with Rachel. In the end, both dogs and humans learn some important lessons about making tough choices, the importance of family and love, and the power of collaboration. Cute talking dogs are always a winner with young viewers and adults will find the film easy enough to sit through, if not particularly compelling. George Lopez returns as Papi, but virtually all the other roles have been recast from the first film: Odette Yustman takes over as Chloe, while Rachel is played by Erin Cahill and Aunt Viv by Susan Blakely. Other popular Disney talents involved in the production include Emily Osment, Madison Pettis, Phill Lewis, Zachary Gordon, and Brian Stepanek. (Ages 6 and older) --Tami Horiuchi