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Bonus Features:Buddies Christmas Carol Sing Along, and more.
Santa Buddies features some nice songs and a good message, but the fully animated segments (especially those with the reindeer) are poorly rendered and give the production a low-budget, even amateurish feel. The film focuses more on the new Puppy Paws character than on the old Buddies gang, but brief scenes of Budderball gorging himself, Mudbud tracking dirt all over the house, B-Dawg dancing, Rosebud preening, and Buddha meditating are all viewers really need in this fourth Buddies film. While Santa Buddies may not be the most stimulating adult fare, children ages 3 to 10 will enjoy it while absorbing a sense that Christmas is about giving, not getting, and that one person can change the lives of many. Voice talent includes George Wendt, Christopher Lloyd, Josh Flitter, Zachary Gordon, and Kaitlyn Maher. Bonus features include three classic Christmas sing-along songs and Steve Rushton's music video "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town." --Tami Horiuchi
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Super cute movie, especially cute to watch with the kids at Christmas
The story itself will make a Scrooge-hearted adult cringe a bit. I frankly didn't quite follow it. Somehow or other Puppy Paws, Santa Claus's puppy, who has fled to some town in Washington in an effort to be a regular puppy and gotten himself caught by pound owner Stan Crudge (Christopher Lloyd), must be found and returned to the North Pole or Christmas will be in danger. And there is something about a melting icicle in a cavern that also has to be saved so Christmas can be saved, though how this relates to Puppy Paws escapes me, though maybe this has something to do with the necklace around Puppy Paws's neck. But hey! This isn't about story. It is about cute talking puppies who are able to fly at the end pulling a sleigh that takes Puppy Paws back to the North Pole. And a poor kid who is sick and needs to a puppy to feel better (and gets the puppy named Tim). And when Santa's reindeer are unable to pull Santa's sleigh, the Buddies (from Robert Vince's various Bud and Buddie movies) step in and pull a smaller one, with Puppy Paws dropping down chimneys to deliver the toys, to save Christmas. And Tiny gets to sing a couple of songs.Read more ›
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Super cute movie! Teaches your children about social skills and responsibility through the storyline. Great movie!Published 13 days ago by Jessica Walker
My dog loves this. Sits at the foot end of the bed and watches the whole movie. When it ends she comes and pushes her paws on my leg and looks at the DVD player till I start it... Read morePublished 14 days ago by B. J. Germick
The kids loved watching this Christmas Eve as Grandparents and parents were getting our Christmas Eve dinner together. There are 4 grandchildren; girl 5, girl 2, boy 5 and boy 2. Read morePublished 29 days ago by RosieJul