Rent Pudsey the Dog: The Movie (2014)

1.7 of 5 from 61 ratings
1h 23min
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Cheeky London stray Pudsey (voiced by David Walliams) has just found a new loving family in the shape of Gail (Jessica Hynes) and her three children Molly, George and Tommy, and things couldn't be better. However, his new life comes under threat when their dog-hating landlord Mr Thorne (John Sessions) plots to demolish the entire village, leaving Pudsey no choice but stop him by whatever means.
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Marshall Leviten, Allan Niblo, Rupert Preston, James Richardson
Voiced By:
David Walliams, Dan Farrell
Paul Rose
Vertigo Films
British Films, Children & Family, Comedy
Release Date:
Run Time:
83 minutes
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
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Reviews (1) of Pudsey the Dog: The Movie

Mindless, silly, cartoony, good, clean fun with talking animals + dancing dogs! And it's funny... - Pudsey the Dog: The Movie review by PV

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I enjoyed this film. YES, it's silly, mindless, cartoony nonsense BUT it's funny and just right when you want to escape the world via dancing dogs and talking animals.

The plot is derivative and cartoony, and the characters 2 dimensional types. BUT so what? It's not Shakespeare! The innocent family, dastardy baddie John Sessions, weak dodgy ending to a paper-thin plot BUT so what?

You watch this for the dancing dogs and talking animals...which I enjoyed greatly, esp the horses!

I loved this and I'm a cat lover! A shame that yet again the baddie is shown as a cat lover and cats get a bad press BUT tis has been standard in Hollywood for years.

I also wondered how the family can SELL a London house and end up renting in the countryside - the dad is missing/dead/divorced. All unexplained,

But so what? There are dancing dogs and talking farmyard animals! I loved the mad dog woman with the pink poodles too. I don't even like David Walliams but not even he can mess things up and his voice-over of Pudsey works.

Silly but funny - if you're in the right mood, it hits the spot. 4 stars

My advice: watch the original performance of Pudsey on Britain's Got Talent on YouTube before watching this.

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