After Budderball, Rosebud, Mudbud, Buddha and B-Dawg, (voiced by Jeremy Shinder, G. Hannelius, Ty Panitz, Tenzing Trainor, and Cooper Roth) accidentally dig up an alien secret, the pups are mysteriously gifted with super powers.
Why Is Super Buddies Rated G?
Super Buddies is rated G
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Violence: Violence is mostly slapstick, with bumped heads, crashed cars and an uncomfortable “wedgie” when the pups tug on the underwear of a would-be robber. Characters experience a few moments of peril, the most serious when trying to save a child from a burning building only to find the door blocked with burning debris. Things also become a little frightening when a shape-shifting alien threatens and imprisons various characters. As well, he zaps people and objects with lightning bolts, and one character is left unconscious. A character is killed when a spacecraft explodes in a collision.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: Mild name calling.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
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Other movies in this franchise that we have reviewed include Snow Buddies and Spooky Buddies. While the Buddies only talk to each other in this live-action movie, the dogs in the animation Up are able to communicate to humans directly. Another pup believes he has super hero skills in Bolt.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Home Video Notes: Super Buddies
Release Date: 27 August 2013
Super Buddies releases directly to the home video market on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy, or DVD/ Digital Copy.