Bolt in 3-D is a 2008 CGI film that originally started out as a script by American film animator Chris Sanders, who, come to think of him, was slated as director; it was also originally titled American Dog. However, it was soon re scripted (as well as renamed) when Chris Williams & Byron Howard took over directorship. It was produced by Clark Spencer, Makul Wigert, & Pixar's John Lasseter, written by Dan Fogelman, Chris Williams, Byron Howard, & Jared Stern, & stars the voice talents of John Travolta (Bolt), Miley Cyrus (Penny), Cloe Grace Moretz (Young Penny), Mark Walton (Rhino), Susie Essman (Mittens), & Malcolm McDowell (Dr. Calico). This film has been rated PG for some mild action and peril (MPAA/USA [certificate #44841]), PG (Canadian English), G (Canadian French). I would give this movie 100% of a star.
Real life's a total adventure!
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Okay, I'm not going to give away the ENTIRE plot, so I'm just going to make a long story short: Bolt is a white German Shepard (notice his ears), who thinks that his own TV show is real. He winds up in NYC & gets help from a scrawny female cat (calico, perhaps?), Mittens (Susie Essman), who gets dragged across the country by him (almost literally). You can probably guess what happens next.
Walt Disney Animation Studios. November 17, 2008. Adventure-Comedy-Family. 096min./color. DVD, BD; 2-D, 3-D. USA.
I think this movie is great because it's really heartwarming & BE-AWESOME! (BTW, be-awesome comes from the movie.)