PAW Patrol: The Movie

critic Reviews

, 79% Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • No job's too big and no pup's too small for PAW Patrol: The Movie, which should give its youthful target demographic exactly what they're looking for.
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    Stephen RomeiThe Australian
    Out of lockdown and looking for a feel-good movie? If so, you will not be let down by the animated adventure PAW Patrol...
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    Richard WhittakerAustin Chronicle
    PAW Patrol: The Movie is the MPAA working definition of "mild peril," with what should be high-stakes disasters either handled with a puppy smile or so absurd that they just seem pleasantly silly.
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    Nell MinowRogerEbert.com
    Parents will appreciate the way the pups tackle problem solving, working together to make the best use of each character's talents.
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    Jude DryindieWire
    While it's doubtful the humorless dirge of a movie will make enough of an impression to mold young minds in any lasting way, the critique of PAW Patrol is useful as an amalgamation of certain favorite Hollywood themes that ought to be retired.
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    Randy MyersSan Jose Mercury News
    This old-fashioned, G-rated animated children's film (young children, that is, not teens or tweens) does everything it intends to do. And does it well.
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    Jesse HassengerAV Club
    The film version feels most energized when it's amping up to sell toys: fetishizing the clicking of plastic into plastic, and supersizing the characters' armor and vehicles with a deranged zeal matched only by real police departments around the country.
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    Graeme TuckettStuff.co.nz
    If you have a toddler or two to care for in the next few weeks, you'll be happy enough that Paw Patrol are on the job.
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    Sandie Angulo ChenCommon Sense Media
    These adorable, selfless rescue pups are irresistible to preschoolers, who will be delighted by the movie's sweet, simple adventure.
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    M.V. MoorheadLess Hat, Moorhead
    The animation is deft and speedy, and there are flickers of mild wit here and there throughout the dialogue, including a good-natured self-deprecating joke about how the team finances its palatial headquarters and equipment.
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    Maria LattilaFILMHOUNDS Magazine
    There isn't much we can ask or demand from a film like PAW Patrol, but director Cal Brunker delivers on all fronts.
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