Chase, Marcus, Ruben, Rocky, Zuma, Stella, Ryder … and Liberty: the Paw Patrol arrives on the big screen with an unprecedented, spectacular and touching adventure.
Recommended from 4 years old – Currently in the cinema
• Once upon a time : The Paw Patrol is going on a mission for its first big adventure in the cinema! Close to home, their biggest rival, Mr. Hellinger, becomes the mayor of Aventureville and begins to stir up trouble. It’s up to Ryder and the fearless Paw Patrol dogs to jump into the action to stop him.
• What they will love: Find their four-legged heroes, of course. But above all, discover them in a new setting, in this case the city of Aventureville and its immense buildings where the super-puppies will be faced with new challenges, more perilous than their local missions in Grande Vallée. For the occasion, Ryder is offering his protégés new equipment, costumes and vehicles, which should delight young spectators … and make their parents’ wallets shudder. Finally, like Everest or Tracker in certain special episodes, a new doggie is invited into the feature film: the sparkling Liberty, who knows the megalopolis like the back of his hand and brings a little more girl-power alongside Stella. New dog, new toys, new playground: what more could you ask for? Oh yes ! Some sympathetic nods to the series, with appearances of Galinetta or Captain Turbot.
• What may worry them: Within this great and eventful adventure (with a broken weather machine and an impressive fire), a parallel and never-before-seen story is devoted to Chase’s past and his encounter with Ryder. The opportunity to learn where the little puppy comes from, abandoned in the city and taken in by the young boy, and to discover his fears and his faults. So many questions and wounds that could worry the youngest. But reassure them, the puppy-police officer and leader of the Paw Patrol will obviously know how to make these traumas a force and (re) become the hero his friends (and the city) need.
• What they will keep inside: In the tradition of the series, Paw Patrol the film is carried by extremely positive values of mutual aid, collaboration, support, friendship. And, through Chase’s particular story, the strength that can lie in our deep wounds. So many pretty messages for toddlers, who will discover in passing a very beautiful animated film, which not only “dumps” the series on the big screen but also offers a superb visual spectacle.