Summary: Saw this when it first came out since this reviewer is a self confessed dog lover. The story gets going and keeps you engeged. Voices of Bolt (John Travolta) and Penny (Miley Cyrus) were applicable and believable. Bolt is a fun, smart and wonderfully created family animation that can be enjoyed by anyone.
Summary: This is a very fun watch. It does not measure up to PIXAR, and doesn't deliver the comedy punches of the later Dreamworks films. The characters are very cute and are enjoyable to watch. A little cheesy at times, but that is alright. But this is still a must-see for families.
Summary: This is a well done kids movie. John Travolta is very well cast as Bolt the wonder dog. Complete with a hilarious hamster named rhino this movie is very entertaining. The only week points are in the beginning Bolt is shipped in a box from LA to New York with no real issues. Who would have thought you could mail a dog in a box of packing peanuts. The other problem is Miley Cyrus. She is very poorly cast in the part of Penny, Bolt's owner.
Summary: This movie was a cute family movie. The dog Bolt is so cute and just watching him and his friends is interesting enough to make this a good movie. With a funny hamster and the other animal characters this movie take you on a fun journey. This is a good movie for Disney fans and families.
Summary: Bolt was an enjoyable movie with a fun plot. Disney did a great job with its main characters. Bolt was interesting and the cat and hamster add interesting little bits. I don't think it had the same impact and value as Kung Fu Panda or Wall-E but still heart warming and worth seeing.
Summary: I can't remember any film produced by Disney that I ever disliked. Every movie they made, whether it's Pixar or not, is a great movie to watch. Bolt is no exception. In fact, this brings Disney to another level. This film is about the bonds of friendship between Bolt, a "superdog" and Penny, a young actress. Bolt thinks he has super powers but he he obviously does not.