|Formats:||PG DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Susie Essman, Mark Walton, Malcolm McDowell, Diedrich Bader, Nick Swardson, Chloe Moretz, Greg Germann, James Lipton, Ronn Moss|
|Directors:||Chris Williams (i), Chris Williams, Byron Howard|
|Genres:||Animated - Disney, Children - Animated/Cartoon, Disney, Comedy, Family|
|Studio:||WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Collections:||100 Most Wanted, Amazing Animation, Best of 2009, The Disney 50, Top 400 All-Time Rentals, Top Animated|
|Run time:||1 hour 43 minutes|
|Rental release:||15 Jun 2009|
|Main languages:||English, English Audio Description|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
John Travolta provides the voice for Disney creation Bolt the dog; the star of a hit Hollywood TV show. When the cameras stop rolling and with his new friends, he must learn what it is to be a dog in the real world.
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Barking madness...By PaulaWestwood (397 reviews) from Ashton-Under-Lyne , 19 Feb 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]Bolt is an all action screen superhero dog who believes the scripted on screen heorics he performs are real life, and he really is saving the little girl who owns him in each episode. Unfortunately the painful truth af his lack of real powers comes to light when outside the studio he believes his owner has been kidnapped, and embarks (em-BARKS - couldnt resist it !!!) on a cross country journey to rescue her. WQe watched this in 3D buth whether or not you do doesnt really mater as in any case this is superbly animated fun that has humour and interest for young and old alike, very entertaining.
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Great film!By zazazu (2 reviews) , 11 Jun 2013Animation great! Lots of laugh and entertaining! My daughter love it! I would recommend this film for all family! Watch it!
Great family film.By a customer , 16 Feb 2013Highly enjoyable, made us laugh and cry. I can't always sit through animations, but this one had everyone entranced. Loved the pigeons! It was like the Truman Show, but I enjoyed that too.
bolt the super dogBy a customer , 03 Jul 2012The kids loved this, a good family movie if you have little ones, it will keep them amused. Story line was fun and the characters where a joy to watch. Good family movie, and the hammster was just a blast and as the cat, you either love him or hate him.
Excellent filmBy a customer , 13 May 2012good family film the hole family enjoyed the film nd had a good laugh as well I would recommed this film to all ages
Dog. Window. Price?By Rigamortis (98 reviews) from South London , 29 Apr 2012So, you know the deal. Dog plays super-hero mutt, thinks powers are real, gets propelled into real world, finds out powers are bogus. A typical premise for this kind of film. And as much as they keep on making this kind of CGI cartoon fare, they also keeping coming up with first class examples like Bolt. With my technical eye I always appreciate when the 'feel' of a CGI is right. Bolt feels right. The look matches the character of the film and the characters match the voices they are given. These two elements aren't always successfully provided in CGI. Sometimes it takes just one character whose too jarring (i. e. Jar Jarring Binks - personally got nothing against him, but a lot of people expressing H-ate!) to knock the whole film off balance. No such character exists here. And the additional parody of the world of make believe hits the mark as keenly as the ideologically similar Truman show. But, there are also elements that bring other CGI animations to mind. Despite the non-musical nature of the film there is one point when I half expected one of the characters to break away from their sob story and give us a new rendering of Toy Story's 'When somebody loved me' (you'll know it when you see it). However, as I've often said, well executed derivation is no theft. And just how many truly original ideas and scenarios are there? Sing me version 243 of Yesterday, but please do it well. That's all I ask. Where Bolt has to be similar to something, it at least has the courtesy to try and make it fresh. And you also get the essential funny side kick that outshines everyone else when they appear. I won't need to point out who that is. Some of the staging makes me wish I'd seen it in 3D. I just know this film would work that dimension like a catwalk diva - often tempermental with flashes of perfection. Please pick up this puppy (oh, the wit), take it for walkies (getting desperate now) and you'll find it a great companion (aaaah!). Okay, done!