This is it! Disney's ultimate weapon of all suck! A direct-to-video film that can ruin American Cinema. This... is... not SPARTA! But, Space Buddies.
First off, before I make a review, this is a sequel of a spinoff of Air Bud
. These are Air Buddies
and Snow Buddies.
I was actually surprised that that they have to make a follow-up, because in the last film, Snow Buddies,
one of the dogs died on the set.
Now, by giving you the plot, it may contain some spoilers for those of you who haven't seen it (or if you are an intelligent Anti-Disney fan like me, don't see it at all), it involves an autistic kid in a house that looks Chinese. What? I thought that kid who lives in that house is American. What, was he adopted? There's no way to find out! Damn Disney!
Anyway, this kid is going to a school field trip to the Space Museum. Unfortunately, his dog, Buddha, can't come. However, Buddha invites his buddies to come to the museum and sneak there. And it goes with the biggest cliche ever. Fart jokes. Seriously, why the fart jokes? Fart jokes aren't funny anymore, it's old, cliche, and it's also utter shit! Seriously, why would we like fart jokes? It's too old and too cliche! Oh, and they sneak and aboard the experimental space shuttle Vision 1, privately funded and owned by a company called Vision Enterprises.
And that is where we meet our main villain in this movie. But, let's not go into that. They aboard into outer space. That's when Spudnick, the Russian space dog enters the film. Spudnick is with Yuri in an old Russian space shuttle. They needed to refuel the space shuttle, but there's no gas in outer space. So, they're lost. Okay. Anyway, the cosmonaut is quite content to stay in space, yet the dog wishes to get home. They also meet a ferret named Gravity, who is the Buddies' mission control. On their mission, they have to battle an evil scientist trying to wreck the mission, and get back home to Earth.
Wow, was that the best film ever?!? Huh?!? No. It was not. It sucked.
If you knew what it causes when you watch this, here's the list:
This is why Space Buddies
is the Citizen Kane
of direct-to-video crap-fest. Hell, even the end credits sucked balls.
If you have a kid, you can get the DVD for your kid. Besides, it's for kids. While you're at it, you can do something by not paying attention to the movie, like listening to your iPod, or just go surf on the internet.
My final rating: