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42. Paw Patrol - Ready Race Rescue; movie review

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Cert U
48 mins
BBFC advice: Contains very mild threat

There is nothing like a bunch of helpful and determined animated puppies to entrance the under-fives.
Paw Patrol is a TV phenomenon which has become such a success that the seventh series of 26 episodes was commissioned last year.
Since its inception in Canada in 2013, its franchise has generated many millions of dollars through TV, movies and associated toys.
Yep, no matter how light the plot, the kids are loving the pups.
And now the series has spawned short movies such as Paw Patrol - Ready Race Rescue.
Charles E. Bastien's film is set at Adventure Bay where competitors such as The Whoosh (voiced by Joseph Motiki) battle for a race championships.
Meanwhile, The Paw Patrol pups are the high-tech pit crew for all of the competitors.
Unfortunately, one of the drivers is the aptly-named, Cheetah (Addison Holley), who, in league with her uncle plays a host of "dirty tricks" to try to ensure victory.
Once again, the plot of a Paw Patrol movie (actually it isn't much more than an extended TV episode) is as light as latte froth.
But do the little ones care? Probably not. They will be happy with the CGI dogs, the fast-paced storyline and the obvious heroes and villains.
There are also a fair few moral messages to please their parents.
Paw Patrol is the gift which keeps giving and I suspect it will for many years to come.

Reasons to watch: The under-fives will like it
Reasons to avoid: If you and adult and care about plotlines

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 5/10

Did you know? Paw Patrol was created by British TV producer Keith Chapman who also brought us Bob The Builder. He gets a cut of the fee for every episode of Paw Patrol that airs, plus consulting fees and a share in the profits from licensing and merchandise.

The final word. Keith Chapman: "To walk around and see kids wearing the backpacks or the clothes (from my characters), I get a real kick out of it. I'm totally anonymous. I can just watch and feel quite proud about that." The Sydney Morning Herald

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