He’s back! Check out the Sequel to The Dog Who Saved Christmas with The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation.
I’m the kind of person who loves to remember Christmas year round. It’s just something about this time of year that I like to carry with me the entire year. Everyone seems happier and more friendly around Christmas and why shouldn’t we be the entire year. So yes I’m that person who listens to Christmas music year round and doesn’t mind watching Christmas movies. When December hits and all the shows start showing up on TV I go through the listings and try to DVR all of them so that our family can sit down and watch them while the kids are out of school and get bored, especially the week after Christmas. Having the opportunity to review this new movie The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation was a treat! We don’t have dogs and I’m not a huge dog person but my little girls LOVE them and my 2 1/2 year old was especially excited by this movie.
About The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation:
A hilarious and heartwarming family romp and the “paw-fect” sequel to the hit ABC Family original movie, The Dog Who Saved Christmas, the festive new release features Paris Hilton, in her first-ever voiceover role as the prim and proper poodle “Bella” alongside Mario Lopez, who returns as the voice of mischievous yellow Labrador “Zeus.” The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation takes a bow(wow) at retail stores nationwide, December 7, 2010, just in time to help kids and families celebrate the holiday season together.
The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation (SRP $19.98) follows the Bannister family to a beautiful Rocky Mountain ski lodge for their long-awaited holiday vacation. Upon their arrival, however, it soon becomes clear that this trip will be no dog walk in the park!
Obnoxious relatives and their prissy poodle Bella (voiced by Paris Hilton) are staying at the house too, and they want little to do with the Bannisters or Zeus (voiced by Mario Lopez), despite his growing “puppy love” for the cutest new pooch in town.
Meanwhile, the hooligans who attempted to ruin the Bannister’s Christmas last year are up to their old tricks. They’ve made their way to the ski resort too – with plans to snatch a diamond necklace from a resort guest. When the necklace is mistaken for Bella’s dog collar the cantankerous crooks kidnap the pampered poodle and it’s up to Zeus to once again save the day.
Buy It: The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation (SRP $19.98) – nationwide December 7, 2010.
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Disclosure: This review is based on my own honest unbiased opinion of The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation. I was sent product free of charge to review but was not compensated monetarily.