There are some nice lessons about confidence and teamwork, a more-funny-than-scary villain, and impressive guest stars voicing minor characters, including Kristen Bell, James Marsden, Lil Rel Howery, and Kim Kardashian (as a pampered poodle social media star) and her children.
A TV show expansion that is much better than expected. Kids will be there on the double to lap it up, and adults will find it tolerable, which is about as much as you can hope for. But we won't rest for one second until we find out what's happened to Everest. Bring in Benoit Bark to solve the mystery next time around.
PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie feels more like a legitimate feature film than its predecessor, but it’s still well within the realm of distractor cinema rather than something parents would want to watch with their kids.
A lot more ambitious and more thrilling animation than its predecessor, The Mighty Movie defies some but not all expectations for the movie and delivers it in an entertaining way for the kids. There are some elements in the movie that are just the same as the first film, but there are other elements that they took from the first and made them a lot bigger. It's more emotional and action packed, which didn't made it feel like a retread. A very solid sequel and I hope there will be a third one.
I find it hard to believe that no reviews mention the blatant sexism in this movie. Women can’t be trusted with power, let alone a black woman (Victoria Vance). Women will act rashly and emotionally to grasp for power (Skye). Only the males can be trusted With power.