Space Dogs: Return to Earth (2020) Movie Review


Director: Inna Evlannikova

Starring: (Voice Talents) Mauriett Chayeb, Maria Anonieta Monge

Plot: When a mysterious and dangerous whirlpool phenomenon appears in the tropics of the Atlantic Ocean, Belka and Strelka, the first astronauts on their way back from a mission to Saturn, are sent to investigate. As they venture down into the swirling ocean depths, they discover a mysterious UFO attempting to steal all of Earth’s water. With the help of their good friends, Belka and Strelka once again perform a heroic mission to save both our planet and the distant home of their new alien friends.

Runtime: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Space Dogs: Return to Earth starts when space dogs Strekla and Belka are called back from their mission on a Saturn moon, to investigate a series of cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, meanwhile there rat best friend Lenny is looking to get to the cyclones too, traveling to Cuba in an attempt to solve the mystery.

The three will look to meet up and try and save the world from an unknown threat while dealing with their own weaknesses.

Thoughts on Space Dogs: Return to Earth

Thoughts – Space Dogs: Return to Earth is a family friendly animal animation that will put different animals from the lead dogs, a rat, cockroach, jellyfish, elephant and many more into an adventure to save the planet from a new invader that wants the water from the ocean. This is one movie that will play into the family audience with ease, you will get some laughs, deal with the teamwork, as both Belka and Strelka will both have weaknesses the other will cover up and help them through. We do have a small message about the importance of the world’s water sources are, but it isn’t thrown down our throats. The musical numbers work well through the film, while the animation looks great for the world created.

Final Thoughts Space Dogs: Return of Earth is an enjoyable family film that will get laughs along the way.

Signature Entertainment presents Space Dogs: Return to Earth in Cinemas 11th December

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