Dr. Dolittle 3 movie

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Phil Proctor, Kristen Wilson, Chris Edgerly, John Amos, John Novak, James Kirk, Beverley Breuer, Chelan Simmons, Carly McKillip, Emily Tennant, Ryan McDonell, Gary Busey, Gary Jones, Tara Wilson, Norm MacDonald, Walker Howard, Neil Schell, Louis Chirillo, Tommy Snider, Susan Silo, Kyla Pratt, Alistair Abell, Peter Kelamis, Paulo Costanzo, Eli Gabay, Luciana Carro, Derek Anderson, Christine Lippa, Ecstasia Sanders, Calum Worthy, Mark Moseley, Vanessa Marshall, Danny Bonaduce, Jenna von Oÿ, Maggie Wheeler, Chenier Hundal, O'Ryan, Justin Thorne, Melanie Chartoff, Chantal Hunt,


Rich Thorne


  1. Jackson Booth-Millard from United Kingdom
    Dec 27, 2010

    Dr. Dolittle 3

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

    The first film was pretty funny, and the sequel wasn't absolutely
    awful, and what is the one thing that is inadvisable when you can't the
    big leading star to do another one, a straight to DVD film, but here it
    is. Basically Dr. John Dolittle's youngest daughter Maya (Kyla Pratt)
    has grown into a teenager, and has evolved considerably gaining the
    full ability to talk to animals, just like her father, and despite
    being an antisocial individual more interested in scientific projects.
    Believing herself to a freakish gift, and getting in a little bit of
    trouble with her mother Lisa (Kristen Wilson) catching her with
    mischievous friends, Maya is sent with and dog Lucky (Norm MacDonald)
    to the Durango ranch. She is hoping there to find herself, it is owned
    by Jud Jones (John Amos), with his son Bo Jones (Walker Howard) by his
    side, and the place is surrounded by animals from the near woodlands,
    and of course the stable horses. While there Maya is making sure no-one
    suspects her of being different, giving herself a fake surname, and she
    tries her best but fails when animals come up to her and want problems
    solved or just chats. But her talent comes in very useful when a
    neighbouring ranch wants to take over and Maya reveals her real self,
    use her ability to help save Durango, she in fact gains more respect
    that rejection she expected. So the ranch enter themselves against
    their rival in the local rodeo competition to win the $50,000 prize,
    which of course they do, and in the end Maya gets her first kiss with
    love interest Bo. Also starring Luciana Carro as Brooklyn Webster,
    Tommy Snider as Clayton, Chelan Simmons as Vivica, Phil Proctor as
    Stray Dog and Drunk Monkey, Paulo Costanzo as Cogburn the Rooster,
    Friends' Maggie Wheeler as Brown Hen and Fluffy Hen and Gary Busey as
    Butch. Pratt has grown into a very attractive young woman, if it wasn't
    for her prancing around (forgive the pun) I may have turned off,
    although saying that, I was bored throughout. With it's TV made feel,
    and the most atrocious cheesy dialogue, including from the animals with
    their not as interesting as maybe previously special effects, this is
    an absolutely awful sequel fantasy comedy. Pretty poor!

  2. Wizard-8 from Victoria, BC
    May 05, 2009

    Maybe for the VERY young… everyone else should avoid

    When I saw the first "Dr. Dolittle" movie (on free TV, naturally -
    there was no way I was going to pay to see it!), I thought that would
    be enough for me. I didn't see part 2. But when the opportunity to see
    this sequel came to me, I decided to take a chance, seeing that Eddie
    Murphy (an actor I can't stand) wasn't in it. (As well, I got a free
    opportunity to see this movie as well.)

    For a made-for-DVD movie, the production values are pretty good. Not
    theatrically lavish, but the movie looked pretty good. The movie has
    some positive messages about being yourself, and the humor is not as
    crude as some other "family" movies (though there is the occasional
    questionable element, like one teen being socked in the crotch, and one
    animal saying he has the "runs".) That's about all I can say that's
    positive about this movie.

    The characters (except maybe for the ranch boss and his son) aren't
    very likable (even the female heroine.) The movie is also stretched out
    noticeably – there's about enough story for an hour-long drama for TV
    (with commercials.) It doesn't help that the story is VERY predictable.
    There is also the problem I had with the first movie – if the animals
    are so smart to be able to communicate with the Dolittles, then why do
    they act like stupid animals with the other humans instead of doing
    what they think? (And why does no one notice their mouth movements when
    they are speaking to a Dolittle?)

    I've seen plenty of worse made-for-DVD movies, but I was still
    seriously bored, and I think older viewers will feel the same. There
    must have been plenty of young fans of this movie, because as of this
    date, there have been TWO MORE sequels in this series sent to video
    stores! Kids might like these movies, but parents, you can surely
    expose them to better family movies than this!

    P.S. – Gary Busey must have REALLY needed the money to have contributed
    to this movie!

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