The voice of Chase in the Paw Patrol movie is lain Armitage, and I recently had a chance to chat with him.
For those of you with young children, I need not explain the ubiquity of the television series Paw Patrol or the popularity of its main characters, Chase and Marshall.
In PAW PATROL: THE MOVIE, the lovable gang takes on Humdinger in an effort to protect the inhabitants of Adventure City. The PAW Patrol has a new home base, new technology and vehicles, and a new puppy named Liberty, and they’re out on an epic adventure that’s “funny, charming, and heartwarming.” (New York City movie expert Avi Offer).
In addition to the full film, the Digital * version of PAW PATROL: THE MOVIE includes hours of exclusive bonus content, such as a glimpse at the PAW-some crew, additional news stories with reporter Marty Muckraker (Jimmy Kimmel), and a sing-along with a reinvented PAW PATROL theme song lyric video.
Exclusive digital-only extra episodes of the smash-hit Nickelodeon series (made by Spin Master) are now available for purchase.
Master Entertainment), and two brand-new episodes of “Blaze and the Monster Machines.” To top it all off, it will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on November 2nd.
One of our favourite aspects of the Paw Patrol series is that the canine protagonists’ primary mission is to aid the community at large. The film offered similar lessons that may be appreciated by viewers of all ages, therefore it’s the same.
I don’t want to give too much away about the plot, but I will say that Chase and his ability to deal with challenges are central to the film.
My children learned valuable lessons from your examples of perseverance in the face of adversity, namely that we are never truly alone in our feelings of fear and isolation. Chase is the main character, so I was excited to chat with Iain Armitage about his involvement in the series. Check out the interview we did!
When Humdinger, PAW Patrol’s archenemy, becomes mayor of Adventure Metropolis, he immediately sets about causing havoc on the city. With the help of everyone’s favourite heroic canine, Ryder gears up to take on the threat and save the city.
Outfitted with cutting-edge technology and a fleet of brand-new automobiles. To save the people of Adventure City, the PAW Patrol enlists the help of a very astute dachshund.
I was pleasantly surprised by how good this film was, considering that it was intended for children. It was a wonderful tale of facing one’s fears while retaining the understated levity of the original cartoon.
Taking my grandson to this movie was unexpectedly entertaining, since I had anticipated being bored to tears. The entire crowd was not only in on the jokes but also laughing heartily throughout.
I knew that this film would likely include a lot of sobbing, yelling, and seat-kicking on my part. The only thing that happened was the boy behind us kicked my seat in excitement.
Those Responsible for the Story’s Success
Cal Brunker, the film’s director, delivers an exciting and emotionally engaging experience. Compared to the show, we get a lot more exciting and dangerous moments. Now that Paw Patrol has made it to the big screen, all of the Pups’ accessories have been upgraded to reflect the new standard.
Ryder claims that the cost of the new PAW Patrol headquarters was covered by sales of PAW Patrol merchandise: “They sell like Hot Cakes – who knew!” The movie does have some mature jokes sprinkled throughout. Big, impressive visuals, and it never felt scary to me, and the puppies proved they could handle scary situations.