Beverly Hills Chihuahua (BD Live) [Blu-ray]
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Get ready for a hilarious fun-filled adventure starring Chloe (voiced by Drew Barrymore), a diamond-clad ultra-pampered Beverly Hills Chihuahua who gets lost while on vacation in Mexico. Papi (voiced by George Lopez), an amusing Chihuahua who's crazy about Chloe, springs into action and heads south of the border to rescue her, while Chloe gets help from Delgado (voiced by Andy Garcia), her newfound friend and self-appointed protector. BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA from Walt Disney Pictures is a heartwarming and outrageously funny tale proving once again that good things do come in small packages. It's a real treat for the whole family. Bonus features include Deleted Scenes With Introductions By Director Raja Gosnell, Blooper Scooper, Legend Of The Chihuahua: Animated Short, Feature Audio Commentary By Director Raja Gosnell, More Deleted Scenes With Introductions By Director Raja Gosnell, Pet Pals: The Voices Behind The Dogs, Hitting Their Bark: On Set With The Dogs Of BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA, More Deleted Scenes With Introductions By Director Raja Gosnell, BD-Live
Beverly Hills Chihuahua finds director Raja Gosnell back on the talking-dog beat (following his live-action Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleased), this time in an ambitious, tongue-in-cheek comedy with a fun cast of onscreen and vocal actors. Piper Perabo plays Rachel, niece of a Beverly Hills eccentric (Jamie Lee Curtis) who spends much of her fortune pampering Chloe (voiced by Drew Barrymore), a spoiled Chihuahua used to pacing through this world with booties on her paws. Chloe gets dog-napped while Rachel takes a vacation in Mexico, and finds protection from a misfit German Shepherd named Delgado (Andy Garcia), who has a painful secret in his past. The two get into and out of a lot of scrapes, trying to stay ahead of a vicious dog (Edward James Olmos) working for the head of an illegal dogfight gambling syndicate. Computer effects turn the film's many four-legged characters into talking critters capable of leaping onto train boxcars and leading the heroine into the Indiana Jones-like ancestral home of the chihuahua breed. The comedy is crisp and kid-friendly, the story of Chloe rise out of silliness into canine authenticity, plus the film's surprising ambitiousness, are all very winning. --Tom Keogh
Stills from Beverly Hills Chihuahua (Click for larger image)
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I did a lot of research on both breeds and really liked them both-so was having a little difficulty in making up my mind.
As I was going through the channels I saw that the Disney channel would be showing this movie that evening.
So of course, I watched it. My mind was made up-it was a chi for me!
A few days later I adopted an absolutely beautiful 3.b lb. 4 month old chi named Minuette!
But I do have to add that the little yorkie in the movie (Biminy) was adorable!
We wanted something like that for our little guys and since one of mine LOVES Chihuahuas (odd I know) we opted to watch this for our family movie night.
It was actually quite entertaining and well done. A good family flick. Silly story, cute talking dogs.
Now we are roped in so I am hoping it's sequels are just as good.
Amazon makes it so easy to access these movies and they are almost always $1-2 less than what my cable provider charges.