STAR PAWS REVIEWED
“Star Paws” opens on Adventure Cat needing to find the ancient bone of magic. General Ruff has to lead his space dog squadron in an all-out assault against Adventure Cat. Somehow, they end up back in the Jurassic era. Will the battle for the bone of power survive dinosaurs? At this point, you should have already been making plans to watch this movie. I love it when kid movies just go batshit.
This is 78 minutes of unapologetic kid action that treats its subject matter for what it is. That being the filmed equivalent of a hyperactive kid screaming a story at you at the top of their lungs. Nothing makes sense in the world of Star Paws, but it doesn’t need to make sense. Dogs are flying spaceships, then time traveling and then fleeing from dinosaurs. During this Christmas season, I want you to reflect on a time when the world was new and things were still possible.
Star Paws is telling you to believe in the power of space-faring & time-traveling dogs. This Dog Federation will be the only thing that saves us from Adventure Cats in the near future. I feel ridiculous over how much I love this movie.
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 12/13/16
- Video - 85%85%
- Audio - 85%85%
- Supplemental Material - %0%
- Film Score - 94%94%
The Plot Thus Far
The battle between Cats and Dogs goes Galactic! An evil kitten known as Adventure Cat, and his army of cloned kitties, seeks to find an ancient bone with magical powers to take over the galaxy. It’s up to an elite group of space dogs, headed by the intrepid General Ruff (William McNamara), to beat the kittens to the bone. As the race to find the mythical bone heats up, the space dogs build a time machine in order to travel back to the time of the dinosaurs in hopes of beating Adventure Cat to the bone and saving the Universe from total destruction.