Talking Chihuahuas: what could be cuter? Everybody’s favourite talking Chihuahuas are back and barking all the way down the aisle in BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA 2. This is one of those cutesy Disney movies the entire family will enjoy. We did. The focus on family and teamwork was strong throughout the movie and there were enough “bad guys” vs “good guys” to keep the story moving along nicely.
I babysat my nieces and nephew on the weekend so I had a wide range of ages to please. I’m handing it over to the kids to tell you what they thought of the movie.
Cossie (5): I liked it!
Baby Blue (7): They all worked together and there wasn’t any fighting.
Scottie (7): It was funny and I like dogs!
Flossie (9): It was a really funny movie. I also like the music at the end. It made me want to dance!
Japp (10): I was able to stay awake so that means it wasn’t too bad.
Butternut (12): Great movie! The music was very good. The cinematography was great.
Newlywed parents Papi (GEORGE LOPEZ) and Chloe (ODETTEY USTMAN) are in puppy chaos, with their rambunctious and mischievous puppies presenting one hilarious challenge after another. But when their human owners are in trouble, it’s Chihuahua power to the rescue!
Entering the highly competitive Beverly Hills Dog Show, the pups must work as a family to win the grand prize and out-bark, out-strut and out-cute reigning champion and stuck-up poodle Appoline (BRIDGIT MENDLER).
Join Papi, Chloe and their playful litter as they embark on a heroic adventure, showing once again that big heroes come in small packages.
Available to own: 9 February 2010