Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts [Blu-ray]
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We're back with Maya Dolittle (Kyla Pratt, at 23 is getting a bit old to play an 18 year old), the daughter of the famous Dr. Dolittle (we're supposed to remember that is Eddie Murphy, although he's never seen in this movie). Maya is packing to go off to Veternarian school at the "University of San Francisco," when a DVD arrives introducing her to the school. Oh SNAP, she's going to have to work for 8 years before she can help animals; 7 before she'll even touch a real animal. But, what's this???? a fire truck??? better go outside and see what's happening. Oh my it is a cat stuck in a tree and the fireman can not get it down. Maya please go up and talk with the cat to see if you can bring it down.... Yikes the dialog was that cardboard. Well a famous actress, who just happens to be near Maya's home sees the news story and transports Maya to HOLLYWOOD by private jet to figure out why the movie star's dog won't leave the house.
Well along the way, my 13 year old son and I did have a few good laughs. There were some remarkably stupid jokes. But mostly all the acting is so cardboard and lifeless, it's like fingernails on a chalkboard. The absolute worst is the famous Hollywood agent, read by Jason Bryden.Read more ›
"Dr. Dolittle" has been a film about a doctor who has the ability to talk and understand animals and has generated a total of six films. Kyla Pratt who was in the original "Dr. Dolittle" films starring Eddie Murphy reprises her role as Maya Doolittle which she began at the age of 8 (1998) and now over ten years later, Maya is now finished with high school and must decide on her plans for college. Having been the main focus of the film series since "Dr. Dolittle 3', this time the film features Maya now as young adult having to make difficult choices in her life.
After finding out that becoming a vet will take seven years of her life, Maya has doubts and not really liking the fact that veterinarian school will take seven years and that she will not be working with real animals throughout those seven years. So, confused and feeling that she will not be experiencing life, she tries to make sense of her emotions. Her mother Lisa (Karen Holness) does what she can to show support for her daughter.
Later in the day, as she walks her dog Lucky, she sees a woman's cat stuck on the tree. With the fireman unable to get it down and needing to call additional help, Maya uses her skill of talking and understanding animals and puts it to good use.Read more ›
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