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Product Details

  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Special Edition, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Walt Disney Video
  • Release Date: March 3 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001LRK88U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #84,877 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Moviegoers and more than a few critics found much to enjoy in this Disney film about a lost dog named Buddy. The canine is befriended by a lonely boy and proceeds to become the star of the kid's junior high school basketball team. Demonstrating an abundance of on- and off-court agility, Buddy can dribble like a pro (no, not the wet kind of dribble), and he never misses a shot. Michael Jeter plays Buddy's original owner who returns to get his dog back (don't worry, he's an unworthy weasel), and director Charles Martin Smith brings a refreshing flair to the climactic basketball scenes. Air Bud was a modest hit for Disney, and the film's entertaining vitality gets a touch of poignancy from the fact that Lucky, the canine actor in the title role, died of cancer not long after the film was released. --Jeff Shannon

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By Scoopriches TOP 500 REVIEWER on Sept. 7 2012
Format: DVD
Sometimes goofy, sometimes touching, and always fun, Air Bud is a true original. Despite a gazillion sequels which aren't worth a spit, this first entry is very very good and highly recommended for the whole family.

STORY:
A young boy moves with his family to a small town, and still lonely from his father's death, has trouble making friends and fitting in. When he chances upon a sprightly golden retriever, who is an absolute whiz at basketball, the two make the school team. But then the dog's original evil owner shows back up...

HEART:
So many issues permeate all through this story. From parental loss to animal cruelty to bullies to learning team spirit, all sorts of life lessons are exhibited. The pain Josh the boy lives with is very noticeable, and the love and companionship of Buddy the dog is remarkably healing.

FUN:
When Buddy takes on and takes over the basketball court, he will plaster a fun smile full of silliness onto your face. Yes it is non-sensical and yes it is against all rules and common sense, but who cares? The fun and merriment Buddy illicits is courageous. And that is all good.

Air Bud is a swell fun movie that has a soul. A dog helping heal a troubled boy, who then returns the favour. All while playing basketball.

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By Doris on Feb. 18 2001
Format: VHS Tape
This movie is sad,exciting,and hopeful. Its sad because of how that dumb clown (the original owner of air bud) treats him badly. . That dog doesnt belong at the circus! He belongs on the court,or the field. Thats basicly what its about. The dog wonders into this young teenager boys yard and the boy helps take all the rags of him and feeds him pudding. The dog keeps coming back and back intil' the question of each day is ''Mom?...Can I keep him?''. Wonce the clown finds out where is dog is and who is now taking care of him he brings them to court. ''The dog is to go to who ever he does. Began calling'' said the judge. The dog goes to the clown and tears up his newspaper then runs as fast as he can to the kid. Good classic film but not as good as Air Bud World Pup which is air bud's latest movie.
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Format: VHS Tape
Nice movie for kids, even for adults, if you're in the mood for a cheesy and predictable plot. I knew exactly what to expect when I watched this movie, and I wasn't disappointed. The plotline is tired, you've seen it all before, but the dog is likeable and there are a lot of gratifying tear jerking moments in this film (with ultra dramatic music of course), and this is exactly what a movie like that is supposed to do. So if you like dogs or are in a mood for a cheesy feel-good movie, give Air Bud a try.
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By A Customer on Aug. 5 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Air Bud is a movie about a dog that can play basketball, right? No. Air Bud is a movie about that perennial Hollywood theme: a kid who needs a character arc (learns something at the end). When the crucial game arrives, and anyone rooting for the dog is primed for a game-winning display of canine capabilities, the poor dog just runs around the court while the kid makes the winning baskets. Hello, Disney. Setup, payoff. Are you listening?
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By "daryl28" on June 12 2000
Format: VHS Tape
In This Great Movie, A Kid Finds A Dog In The Woods In Back Of An Old Church When He Was Playing Basketball. But First He Found Him Sitting In The Middle Of The Road When He Was Ridding By With His Mother And Little Sister. The Dog Was Trained By A Clown That Owned Him Started Playing Basketball With Josh. They Joined The Basketball Team At Josh's School. The Dog Helped The Team Win Their State Championship Title.
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By "crazylil_partygurl" on Sept. 20 2000
Format: VHS Tape
This is a really good movie, it stars the hott young actor Kevin Zegers, he moves to a new town and the only things there to keep him company are a worn basketball and an old hoop, but then he finds a circus dog, a golden retriever in his backyard bushes one day. He takes him in and finds out that the dog can play basketball, so, they both join the team...
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By Deena Finney on Dec 3 2002
Format: VHS Tape
This movie is a wonderful addition to our family viewing library. It is an absolutely clean, safe, and totally enjoyable movie for the entire family, even the youngest members. My grandchildren and my husband and I have had a blast watching it together and the kids ask to see it over and over again. I highly recommend this as a fine family movie!
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By George Carnahan on June 19 2002
Format: VHS Tape
I think Air Bud is one of the finer movies Disney Studios has made. It's a refreshing change from the R-rated rot that is often flashed on the silver screen today. Anyone who has helped train hunters or has been around guide dogs can appreciate the willing intelligence coupled with the magnificent training of the star of the show.
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