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101 DALMATIONS (LIVE ACTION, HD NET KIDSCENE)

What to know: Glenn Close stars as Cruela De Vil, an evil fashion designer who wants to steal an oversized litter of dalmations, and turn them into a fabulous fur coat.
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Recommended age 5-12
103 minutes
FeatureFilm
HDNET MOVIES LLC
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I just finished watching a classic Disney movie remade in a live version called 101 Dalmatians. This movie was really good. I liked the live version better than the animated version because it has live action and the dogs are really cute. The movie is about some Dalmatians named Pongo and Perdy who have a litter of 15 puppies. They are taken care of by their humans Roger and Anita. The puppies get stolen by Cruella De Vil along with all the other puppies in London because she wants to make herself a spotted fur coat. The puppies go on an adventure to get away from Cruella and her henchman, Jasper and Horace. My favorite character in the movie is one of the Dalmatian puppies named Lucky. He is my favorite because when he was first born it looked like he wasn't going to survive but he actually did and that's how he got his name Lucky. Cruella De Vil is the bad person in this movie. She kills all sorts of animals so that she can make herself fur coats. I would recommend this movie for all ages. The movie has a lot of action scenes that are really funny. All ages can get something out of this movie. Watch this movie on Disney DVD today. Reviewed by Anthony Aranda, age 8, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic
Glenn Close stars as Cruela De Vil, an evil fashion designer who wants to steal an oversized litter of dalmations, and turn them into a fabulous fur coat.
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