Bolt

Bolt
Bolt

Year

2008

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The Incredible Journey meets The Truman Show in this sparky, action-packed CGI-animated tale of Bolt, a TV canine superhero who believes his powers are real, having known no other life. There is plenty of smart humour to offset the Disney sentimentality when, one day, he accidentally gets shipped to New York and has to struggle back to Hollywood and his owner/co-star Penny. Helped on his way by a cynical alley cat and a TV-obsessed hamster, it gradually dawns on the deluded mutt that he's not so super after all and had better learn to become a real dog - fast.

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Contains mild threat and scary moments.

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