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Air Bud:Spikes Back

Darren J. Birch , Christopher Bishop , Mike Southon    G (General Audience)   DVD
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Air Bud Spikes Back


Disney's favorite four-legged athlete tries his paw at beach volleyball in Air Bud Spikes Back, a palatable tale that focuses more on its human characters than on its canine wonder boy. School's out and Andrea Framm's best friend moves to California. Many sad goodbyes ensue, followed by Andrea's dogged attempts to earn enough money for an airplane ticket. But babysitting doesn't pay much, and dogsitting becomes a liability when her charges wreak havoc at the Fernfield summer festival. Enter the boy next door, whose love for volleyball could be Andrea's ticket to San Diego. Of course, it takes a dog--and Buddy proves himself behind the net. Obligatory bad guys (numbskull thieves who coerce Buddy into nabbing a prized diamond) and equally inane good guys (assorted ditzy grown-ups) stay true to Air Bud formulae. Only the token finale with volleyball champ/model Gabrielle Reece will puzzle viewers in this otherwise predictable kid-pleaser. (Ages 3 and older) --Liane Thomas --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Another bad volleyball movie July 2 2003
Format:VHS Tape
Most of the movie is about a teenage girl losing her best neighborhood friend and then making new friends at the local beach teen volleyball league. The rest of the movie is purely utopian. A little boy (no older than 6?) with his dog running unsupervised and unleashed all over the city, somehow able to make the trip to buy ice cream anytime they wish. They also dominate the local agility course scene. Gabby Reese is on the screen for about one minute at the very end. Don't let your curousity get the best of you, skip this one. It's as forgetable as any backyard game you've had to endure to make your friends happy.
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1.0 out of 5 stars One of the worst movies of all time June 25 2003
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The graphic and unnecessary vomiting scene is actually quite appropriate for this film. Even the previous Air Bud movie had at least some semblance of novelty and cohesion to the story. But even for "Spikes" lack of originality, we could at least hope that the dog might do something surprising. Wrong. The dog hits a volleyball with its mouth! Wow! The dog runs an obstacle course! Neat! Gack. Save your money. Watch Animal Planet, or even Pet Stars, to see dogs do truly amazing things. Remember to keep your handy Disney Formula Calculator nearby--you'll have it smoking from overuse 30 minutes into the movie.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Hopefully the Last Air Bud Movie July 15 2003
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Format:VHS Tape
This was a terrible movie. The storyline had no creativity. A girl's best friend moves to California and she sulks around the house feeling sorry for herself. She joins a beach volleyball team in hopes of winning the championship and the prize is a trip to California. She just uses volleyball to win a trip to California just to see her friend. Thats real dedication to the sport. I give my credit to the little boy who played Noah. He did a great job for a kid no older than five years old.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Same formula, with a twist July 23 2003
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Yes it is the same formula as in the other 4 air bud movies.
But lets face it when you have a 3 year old who only wants to watch a movie with a "doggie" that looks just like hers, it's nice to have 5 different movies to choose from. I "watch" air bud 7 days a week 1 or 2 movies per day with my daughter, variety helps. It is definitely not for adults or kids over 9, who will think it too lame, but little ones will love it.
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