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Dr. Dolittle: Tail to The Chief

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Cast: Peter Coyote,Greg Ellis,Kyla Pratt,Christine Chatelain,Niall Matter,

Director(s): Keith Dallas

Genre: Comedy / Family

Year: 2008

Rating: PG

Maya Dolittle, who can talk to animals like her father is having a problem getting into college as her test scores are not up to what one would expect from a Dolittle. But things are about to change when the President of the United States asks for her help in getting the "First Dog" back on track before his meeting with another world leader about saving the rain forest. Things go from bad to worse and it's up to Maya and her animal friends to set things right.

Some might think excessive sequels to any film is "milking" it and for some I would agree that is the case but with a film such as this we can never have enough movies that the entire family can enjoy together. Minus Eddie Murphy this film stars th beautiful and talented Kyla Pratt as Maya Dolittle who is asked to help out the President whose dog "Daisy" who seems to be having a crisis. The story is simple but it allows for a lot of funny situations to occur between Maya and the animals, which by the way there's a great variety of cute furry critters here. The film has a wonderful cast,besides Kyla Pratt you have the always talented Peter Coyote and Greg Ellis as the voice of Bruce the Wallaby. Any movie with adorable talking animals are favorite among kids and adults will also enjoy this comedy with it's great cast and just plain fun story. The DVD comes packed with extras including:Presented in widescreen (1.78:1 ratio) format, Dr. Dolittle: Tail To The Chief features English Dolby Surround 5.1 with English & Spanish subtitles.Special features include:

“Critter Casting Sessions” featurette

“Working With Actors Of A Different Breed” featurette

“Goin’ Wild at Mountain View” featurette

“Learning About Endangered Animals” featurette that is a fun interactive and educational look at several of the world's endangered species.

If you enjoyed any or all of the other film's in this series you are going to want to own this one today, it's a good time for the entire family. Released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. **** Out Of *****