PAW Patrol
PAW Patrol
TV-Y | 12 August 2013 (USA)
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  • Reviews

    Beautiful, moving film.

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    Absolutely Fantastic

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    Bluebell Alcock

    Ok... Let's be honest. It cannot be the best movie but is quite enjoyable. The movie has the potential to develop a great plot for future movies

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    Actress is magnificent and exudes a hypnotic screen presence in this affecting drama.

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    My son loves this show, but in this particular episode I have one really curious question. When Mr. Porter's oven blows up and he can no longer cook his famous chili. He calls on Ryder and his pups to help. So they come up with a plan to cook the chili outside because Mr. Porter's stove is broken. You mean to tell me that in all of Adventure Bay nobody else has a damn stove? I mean where does Ryder and Mayor Goodway cook their meals for the day. Really I am seriously concerned about how everybody else cooks their meals. Also why is that rubble is cooking the chili and not Ryder or Mayor Goodway. Can anybody help me figure this out?

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    Entretenida para los niños, enseñan el trabajo en equipo.

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    Delusional youth feeds stray dogs treats and pretends to go on life saving missions. Accompanied by a crazy chicken lady and a thief who both pretend they're mayors.

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    As the theme tune says: Whenever there's a problem 'round Adventure Bay, Ryder and his team of pups will come and save the day. A small town, on the coast, has a squad of trained canine emergency operatives ready to bark into action at a moments notice to deal with all types of issues that befall a handful of residents who regularly get into trouble, and like the Thunderbirds, they have the hardware to deal with issues on land, sea and air. Full of colourful outfits - each dog wears a different colour uniform - interesting gadgets - their dog houses turn into their trucks (and a helicopter), and they have back packs that help them to do their jobs - and catchphrases that stick in your head ("Green means Go", "Rubble on the Double", "Chase is on the Case"), it's very watchable, has humour - such as a clumsy Dalmation and a sniffer dog who's allergic to feathers - with an obvious message about social responsibility and cooperation.

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