Bottom line: Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts is more entertaining than some of the other movies in the series. Maya learns an important lesson, but in watching her muddle through her Hollywood experience, viewing kids will see a cheesy version of the rich and glamorous life, some short skirts and bikinis, and a romantic kiss.
Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts - Overview
Maya is off to college in a few days; she's going to veterinarian school, of course. Frustrated with the idea that she will have to endure seven years of school before she can get to her life's work of helping animals in need, Maya jumps at the chance to go to Hollywood and help the adorable pooch of a famous star, Tiffany Monaco.
News of Maya's impressive abilities travels fast, and before she knows it, Maya is offered the chance to star along with Tiffany in her own show -- The Animal Talkers. Maya thinks that her dream to start helping animals right away is actually going to come true, but it isn't long before she realizes that Hollywood can be a shallow and deceptive place.
Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts - Guide Review
Yes, they did make another Dr. Dolittle DVD. Million Dollar Mutts, however, is actually not too bad. The story is interesting and exciting -- for girls between about the ages of 7 and 12. Maya gets to go to Hollywood, she meets lots of celebrities and does a lot of shopping, and she finds herself a cute boy. The show also has a very strong moral lesson, which is conveyed through Maya's temporary loss of clarity due to being starstruck, and her heartfelt determination to correct her course.content Overview:
The movie contains many Hollywood hype scenes involving Maya meeting celebs such as a gold-chain wearing rap star with messed up teeth, a Hollywood hunk, and more. She has fun going on a massive shopping trip and hanging out poolside. Girls in the movie wear some short skirts, glitzy outfits, and bikinis. One romantic kiss is shown.