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Plot: Maya Dolittle is back in a heartwarming adventure of presidential proportions! Maya’s dream of going to vet school is put on hold when she gets a call from the president of the United States. It seems the First Dog is out of control, and the president needs Maya’s help. It’s up to Maya and her own dog, Lucky, to stop a canine catastrophe from becoming a national crisis!
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A spectacularly lacklustre movie.
This movie was bad enough for me to want to come onto IMDb and submit my debut review, so here it is: When faced with a family comedy, you’d hope that at least one member of the family audience would laugh a few times. At least. Unfortunately, only two or three times during this movie was there an attempt at humour just funny enough to ALMOST make me smile, or indeed to make the five and seven year olds I watched this movie with almost lift out of the stupor they were thrown into by the horrifying monotony that was Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief. At these moments of near-humour, I would hope that perhaps the movie was improving, but then my foolish optimism would fizzle out again as the movie sank back into its dreary dialogue and dull acting. Of course, the acting isn’t something that would be such a big importance in this kind of movie, but here it is so terrible that it is one of the straws that broke the camel’s back. I believe this was the fourth film in a series. That fact alone speaks volumes. It was boring in almost every respect and not worth anybody’s money or time.
This Was One BAD Movie
I actually registered to IMDb just to comment on this extremely bad movie. I’ve seen all the movies I’ve got at home about 5 times each (we’ve got 500 or so), and I’d rather watch either one of them a 6th time, than recommending anyone watching this movie even once.
The plot was just silly, even for a child. Maybe a 4-year old could enjoy all the cute animals, but really, everything was just overly “cosy”, stupid and there was no real meaning of the whole movie, at all.
Examples: (This is where the SPOILER starts, not that it matters in this movie anyway.) They’re looking for the runaway dog, and Miss DoLittle asks the President’s daughter if there’s any place she could have gone. She answers, no, just to get some cheap emotions squeezed out of the audience. Then, after a few seconds, after the audience gave up all hope, she says “No, wait, there’s this place where me and the dog used to hang out at all the time”. And all I could think was “Duh, why didn’t you just say that before?”…
The stupidity-levels are at the same level as the joke where the man asks if his friend can see that tree over there, and he answers “No I can’t, because the forest is in the way”.
Another example is the “mean intern girl”, who first is very rude towards Miss DoLittle. When Miss DoLittle asks the “nice intern boy” for help, when the intern boy and the intern girl are working, she refuses to help them and the boy gets mad and says that there’s more important things in the world than her career. Now, this is a girl who’s been struggling all her life to work at “an international level by the time she’s 30”, but after her partner says that (“There’s more important things than your career”) she goes out and helps them to look for the dog like a good girl should! All I can say is wow. Just, wow.
I like cosy movies, I really do, but when they’re sleazy and sickening sugar-sweet like this one, it just gets silly. I’ll never watch this movie again. In fact, I’m going to delete it completely (haven’t done that with any movie I have, not even Dead or Alive).
I’m not sure if I think the acting was really bad though; I’d have to see these guys in a movie with an actual plot to fully pass that judgement, all I know is that you can’t make a tasty stew with rotten vegetables and sour cream, so, working from that experience, I won’t judge the actors by this movie alone.
Summary: This movie is bad, really bad, for whatever the reasons may be.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min) (Argentina)
Genre Comedy, Family
Director Craig Shapiro
Writer Matt Lieberman (teleplay by), Hugh Lofting (based upon the “Dr. Dolittle” stories by), Matt Lieberman (story by), Kathleen Laccinole (teleplay by)
Actors Kyla Pratt, Peter Coyote, Malcolm Stewart, Niall Matter
Country USA, Canada
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera Sony HDW-F900
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A