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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Treasure Buddies Blu-ray Review

I like puppies.  Heck, who doesn't like puppies?  But I don't get these "Buddies" movies.  I'm not really sure why, because I owned Cats & Dogs before I had kids... but, regardless of whether I enjoy them or not, my kids really do!  I believe we rented Spooky Buddies about 3 times from redbox before they moved on to something else.

Anyway, the "Buddies" movies feature a group of talking dogs.  Each adventure has seen them in new predicaments, cute situations and happenstances that you might think is unusual for a group of dogs... but they're talking dogs, so... it's not real.


In this installment (the 6th in the series),  we watch "everyone’s favorite talking canine superstars Rosebud, B-Dawg, Budderball, Buddha and Mudbud, as the pup pack journeys to mysterious Egypt in search of the greatest treasure known to animalkind, the legendary Cat’s Eye jewel, from the lost treasure of Cleocatra! Danger lurks around every secret sphinx, cryptic crypt and puzzling pyramid as Ubasti, a devious cat, schemes to possess the mystical jewel and use its powerful energy to rid the planet of all dogs! With help from new lovable friends Cammy, a baby camel - and a mischievous monkey named Babi - the gang and their new friends avoid booby traps, solve puzzles and explore a mysterious tomb in their most exciting and challenging adventure yet."

My kids did sit through this and watched it, but I could tell it wasn't their favorite.  I'm worried that these are getting made too close together and not as much effort is being put into them.  But, I guess as long as they have fans, who cares what I think?

Bonus Features:
· DIGS: B-Dawg Edition – In this fun bonus feature, B-Dawg the hip hop happening pup gives a tour of his home to kid reporter G.
· “Roam” Music Video – A re-make of The B-52s song performed by Caroline Sunshine, Kenton Duty and Adam Irigoyen from the cast of the Disney Channel hit series “Shake it Up.”

Family Time Factor:  Kind of hard for adults to enjoy IMO, but I think it would probably interest kids 3-10. 

MOTR Grade: C

Treasure Buddies is now available on Blu-ray and DVD!!!

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