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Beverly Hills Chihuahua [Blu-ray]

Drew Barrymore , George Lopez , Raja Gosnell    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   Blu-ray
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Gerald Parker TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
I know how much cinephiles loathe this motion picture and others of its genre, but, dudes and gals, loosen up! Sure, "Beverly Hills Chihuahua: [1]" is more than a little "sappy", but take some time out to be "sappy and happy" viewing this movie (available as viewed on DVD, among other DVD and Blu-Ray editions, as Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment 057850/02)! The adventures of these chihuahuas, other dogs, and assorted animals is a delight, especially for those who have a "tender spot" for the hounds! This movie never was meant to appeal to the viewer's sophistication. On the other hand, it is not any sort of "chihuahua exploitation film", either.

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!

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Postscript, July 2014: Since writing the above, I have seen parts two and three, the sequels of the Chihuahua trilogy, i.e.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beverly Hills Chihuahua Jan. 5 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I loved this movie. I have wanted it in my personal movie library for a while now. I would suggest this as a good movie for all dog lovers, as well as Disney movie fans.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great movie June 11 2012
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Good movie for children (and adults). Had fun watching this with my granddaughter. We've watched the second one in the series as well and are now anxiously awaiting the third.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Kids Movie!! Nov. 16 2009
Format:Blu-ray
I have a 5 year old and a 2 year old daughter. They both love this movie.!!
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super cute and fun too! Oct. 3 2008
By Susan - Published on Amazon.com
Being the chihuahua lover that I am, I was first in line at our local cinema to see this flick!

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!
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Laughing and Barking the Way Through This Delightful Canine Fantasy Adventure! Dec 25 2008
By Celil Parker - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I know how much cinephiles loathe this motion picture and others of its genre, but, dudes and gals, loosen up! Sure, "Beverly Hills Chihuahua: [1]" is more than a little "sappy", but take some time out to be "sappy and happy" viewing this movie (available as viewed on DVD, among other DVD and Blu-Ray editions, as Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment 057850/02)! The adventures of these chihuahuas, other dogs, and assorted animals is a delight, especially for those who have a "tender spot" for the hounds! This movie never was meant to appeal to the viewer's sophistication. On the other hand, it is not any sort of "chihuahua exploitation film", either.

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!

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Postscript, July 2014: Since writing the above, I have seen parts two and three, the sequels of the Chihuahua trilogy, i.e. "Beverly Hills Chihuahua: 2, the Family Just Got Bigger" (Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment 105886) and "Beverly Hills Chihuahua: 3, Viva la Fiesta, Family Always Matters" (Disney 109086/02). Each leading canine cast favourite hound will bound around on your screen for more Chihuahua mania! My favourite of the two sequels is the "Beverly Hill Chihuahua: 3", which is wonderfully zany and replete with one madcap antic after another. In that one, Papi and Chloë (and the others) celebrate daughter Rosita's "quinceañera" (its timing reckoned in equivalent "dog years"), while some skullduggery has been taking place at a fancy Beverly Hills pet hotel, where a treacherous female employee and a suspicious administrative hound, on behalf of the leading rival such establishment, the two of them colluding with an outside secret agent, are undertaking some disloyal commercial spying and sabotage, which Delgado, Papi, and others uncover and thwart, saving their human master's and mistress' jobs there while they are at it. The canine Mariachi band for Rosita's party and during the rehearsals for it is especially droll and endearing.

Don't miss these movies! You and the children or teenagers of your household also might enjoy the attractively written, printed, and illustrated "junior novels" published so far (as of mid-2014) which are based on the first two films of the trilogy!
27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Beverly Hills Chihuahua Oct. 15 2008
By N. Noble - Published on Amazon.com
Even with all the hype and not expecting a good film, Beverly Hills Chihuahua is wonderful, delightful and funny. I call it a modern day Lady and The Tramp. After reading one review on Amazon about how sad, implausible, etc..I wondered what the viewer really wanted and that maybe he/she had been damaged earlier in life by sweet, dog loving, sad but good ending movies.
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.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MUCH Better Than I Was Expecting! Feb. 6 2009
By G. Jordan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I (a middle-aged woman) got talked into seeing this movie with a couple of friends and will admit I wasn't really looking forward to it. But as soon as the action moved to Mexico, I found myself totally caught up in the characters and the story. The animals were very well trained, the "talking" animation was great, the voice-overs were handled very well by the cast, and the story was involving, funny, and ultimately even moving. I'm completely happy that I gave this one a try!
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Most fun movie I've seen in a long time March 2 2009
By breezy0413 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
"Beverly Hills Chihuahua" raises the bar on the cute quotient! I can't remember the last time I walked out of a movie theater grinning. I laughed through several parts of the film and the happy ending was just right.

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.
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