BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA 3, VIVA LA FIESTA!
The canine cast features the voice talents of2Miguel Ferrer (“Beverly Hills Chihuahua,” “Traffic”) as Delgado, Eddie “Piolin” Sotelo (“Beverly Hills Chihuahua,” Hispanic National Radio Morning Show DJ) as Humberto and Tom Kenny (“SpongeBob Square Pants”) as Sebastian.
The film’s human stars include Marcus Coloma (TV’s “Make It or Break It,” South Beach”) and Erin Cahill (“Fast Track: No Limits”, “Boogeyman 3”) who reprise their roles from “Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2” as the dog’s masters, Sam and Rachel Cortez, plus Frances Fisher (“The Lincoln Lawyer” and TV’s “Torchwood”) as travel writer Amelia James.
Bonus features on the disc include the featurette “Hanging with Papi,” a playful look at a typical day on-set for Papi and both his human and canine costars, and the English and Spanish versions of “Living Your Dreams” an all-new music video performed by Raini Rodriguez, star of Disney Channel’s popular series “Austin and Ally.”
Fans who fell in love with Papi and Chloe in the box office hit “Beverly Hills Chihuahua,” and their universally beloved litter of pups in “Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2” (the #1 direct-to-video title of 2011*), will enjoy this exciting and playful new installment in the pedigreed franchise. The all-new “Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta!” is a must-own family fiesta of fun for everyone. Based on characters created by Jeff Bushell, the film is written by Dana Starfield. It is directed by Lev L. Spiro and produced by Sara E. White.
Street Date: September 18, 2012
Direct Pre-book: July 24, 2012
Distributor Pre-book: August 7, 2012
Suggested Retail Pricing:
2-Disc Combo Pack which includes 3 Ways To Watch
(1 Disc Blu-ray + 1 Disc DVD and Digital Copy on the same disc) = $44.99 U.S. and $51.99 Canada
2-Disc Combo Pack
(1 Disc Blu-ray + 1 Disc DVD) = $39.99 U.S. and $46.99 Canada
1-Disc DVD = $29.99 U.S. and $35.99 Canada
High Definition and Standard Definition Digital = Consumers should check with their preferred digital retailer for pricing and additional information.
Feature Run Time: Ratings: Approximately 89 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Audio: G in U.S. and G in Canada
(Bonus features are not rated) Blu-ray and DVD – Widescreen 1.78:1 Blu-ray – 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio DVD – 5.1 Dolby Digital
Subtitles: English SDH, French and Spanish
Fabulous Won Review: (Belle’s review, age 8) “It’s about Papi wants to make a fiesta for his daughter for saving a bigger dog. He has to find the right song while planning the party. The Chihuahuas tell the story.” Belle enjoyed the music and humor most in this dog-lightful film by Disney Studios. Family always matters and the story unfolds when little Rosa feels like more of the runt in the family than an asset.
It takes a great character voice lineup and some pretty hilarious comic lines for me to half way attempt to watch a talking dog movie. It’s not my ideal movie genre for curling up on the couch with a glass of wine (that would be “Letters to Juliet”). The good news is Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 has enough humor to carry me through and a great Family Movie Night to share with all 200 of my kids. George Lopez’s familiar voice and comedy keeps this film entertaining. A great flick to take to grandma’s on Thanksgiving (if your not already planning on watching Plains, Trains, and Automobiles like my family does each year) and share as a family, full of laughs for everyone. There is a short list of movies I think should bore sequels. Unless we’re talking Spiderman or Star Wars I’m usually skeptical. Luckily Disney dodged that bullet and made Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 an exception to my “please don’t make anymore sequels” list. Can you say…The Land Before Time!? Even the hubs thought it would be not that great since it was a #3 movie but was very impressed. I also enjoyed this film on Blu-Ray, with a large bag of sea salt popcorn, and with four super cuddlers fighting to share the couch and quilt with moi. This would be one of those “must have on Christmas list” moments! Ah yes!
Fabulous Won Review: (Belle’s review, age 8) “It’s about Papi wants to make a fiesta for his daughter for saving a bigger dog. He has to find the right song while planning the party. The Chihuahuas tell the story.” Belle enjoyed the music and humor most in this dog-lightful film by Disney Studios. Family always matters and the story unfolds when little Rosa feels like more of the runt in the family than an asset. You’ll have to watch for yourself to see how this story pans out or visit the link below for a preview of the movie that was released on September 18th.
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Disclosure: I was sent this movie for review at no cost to me. My opinions of this film are honest and my own.
Hey, I’m Beth but I’m normally addressed at Mommy or Mrs. Grund. I live in Indiana and work as an Instructional Assistant at our local Elementary School.I am the editor of Fabulous Won daily review blog. Established in Aug. 2009.I am a Christian wife and mother of 4 children.I know first hand the woos of products that don’t add up.This blog was created test products and share our fabulous favorites with you!..and win some too!
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