Beverly Hills Chihuahua
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I loved it from begining to end, however it wanst exactly what I expected. From some of the previews it looked like there would be lots more chihuahuas in most of the film, but for the most part it is two chis (Chole and Papi) along with a German Shepard. Towards the end is about 5-7 mintues of films with LOTS of chihuahuas, include a bit of history about the breed, some pretty cool looking aztec ruins, and chis of every shape and color, including brindles, blue, chocolates, blacks, merles, spotted, fawn and even long coats!
Has great themes about finding your roots, not giving up on your true friends and helping others when they need it the most. Also, that no matter what your situtation is, there is a place where you belong.
I went with a friend from work (we are both adults) and we both loved it. We laughed and cried, and agreed we will see it again and buy it when it comes to video!
Also, kudos to Disney. At the end of this film there is a note about how each pets deserves a permenant loving home, and if you purchase a dog, to do research on the breed!
My favourite hounds in this California-Mexico romp are Papí, Chloé's ardent male admirer and very determinedly valiant chihuahua, and Delgado, the down-on-his-luck, butch German shepherd who rescues, and does various acts of kindness for, Chloë, even when he misinterprets the reasons for Chloë's second disappearance. Then, too, who cannot love the thronging hoard of chihauhuas among the ruins of an ancient indigenous culture? Seeing Chloë try to find the mighty voice of her "inner chihuahua" (as opposed to pampered pet squeaks and whimpering) with the aid of the leader of this pack of chihuahuas is very amusing; I wish that this bit of animal humour had been more extended!
This is a pack of fun, and not just for children! Have a barking good time watching this film, in the theatre or at home on the DVD or Blu-Ray player!
Postscript, July 2014: Since writing the above, I have seen parts two and three, the sequels of the Chihuahua trilogy, i.e.Read more ›
It's a dog lovers movie and a very good kids movie with plenty of "life lessons".....just like all Disney dog movies. Hooray for Disney. How else would little children learn about dogs and love and life and loyalty. Animation (dogs talking) done very, very well. I'm 59 years old and I've not seen a sweeter movie in years.
I'm definitely getting this movie for my parents. They are an older couple who seldom go to movies because they cannot stomach the language and content of most films; so "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" is perfect for them. Although the movie was about a lost dog, it wasn't so sad or overly dramatic that I would be afraid to take a young child to see it. There are absolutely zero swear words, and the movie is just plain fun, whether you are 6 or 60.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Came with blue-Ray and regular DVD, which is perfect. My daughter is very happy to be able to watch Papi and Chloe anytime. The movie is a little goofy, but it's a cute kids movie. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Julia Cosmano
What stands out more than anything to me in this film isn't visual, but audible: the voice of George Lopez, a racist stand-up comedian I can't stand, who plays a dog named Papi. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William Mortensen Vaughan
I Loved this movie and the chance that the Police K-9 gone wrong got a chance to redeem himself! Most of all I LOVE George Lopez! His owner is HOT! SSZZZZ!Published 1 month ago by Joanna Peavler
A boring, idiotic movie. Lousy acting, too.I'm so sorry I bought it.Published 1 month ago by Hedy M. Soreco