De Drie Dogadiers

Available on VOD: 11 november 2014
Director: Jesse Baget
Cast: Dean Cain (Lois & Clark, The New Adventures of Superman, Ripley's Believe it or Not!), Richard Riehle (Office Space), Bill Oberst Jr. (Take This Lollipop, Criminal Minds), Andrea Monier

Three pampered pooches left to guard the house on Christmas Eve become fearless DOGATEERS when thieves break in and steal every present, every ornament -- even the yuletide tree! Vowing to save Christmas the three canines set out in search of Santa, the only one who can help them on their quest, all the while dodging a dogcatcher bent on capturing them.

  • This movie is filled with comedy as the dogs' travels take them through the desert, away from the dog catcher, and to the mall. The film is hilarious from beginning to end, with talking dogs, a nutty dog catcher who wants to be the best catcher ever, a weird character that takes care of the lost and found at the mall, and the helpful Santa who wants to help them get home. It will have everyone in the family laughing during the Christmas season.
    The Dove Family Approved Seal for all ages is awarded to this entertaining movie.
  • De drie dogadiers is in alle opzichten een film die vooral op jonge kinderen is gericht en het vooral tijdens de kerstdagen goed zal doen. Voor de jongste spruiten onder ons is de prent wel een kijkbeurt waard.
  • It will definitely keep the little ones entertained and in such a busy time of the year, I'm sure all the parents out there will appreciate a few minutes of peace.

Pelle en Kas Op Zoek Naar Het Gezonken Schip

Available on VOD: 24 februari 2022
Director: Taavi Vartia
Cast: Olavi Kiiski, Oskari Mustikkaniemi, Mimosa Willamo, Elias Westerberg

Pertsa and Kilu face the horrid possibility of being separated as a result of Pertsa’s family financial problems. When the local bank and jewellery get robbed, they decide to retrieve the loot in hopes for a reward. In their quest, the two embark on boats, planes, and submarines, fighting to preserve their friendship.

Red Dog: True Blue

Available on VOD: 1 december 2017
Director: Kriv Stenders
Cast: Levi Miller (Pan), Bryan Brown (Gods of Egypt, Australia), Hanna Mangan Lawrence (Beyond the Reach), Jason Isaacs (The Infiltrator, Fury, The OA, Hotel Mumbai)

An iconic Australian story of family, friendship and adventure, between a young boy and a scrappy one-of-a-kind dog that would grow up to become an Australian legend.

  • From its sweetly self-referential start, the Red Dog prequel offers a very rewarding journey – with plenty of dem feels.
  • 'Red Dog: True Blue' is one of the best children's films I've seen in a long time. I've said it before and I'll say it again, but children's movies always seem to pack more of an emotional punch than adult movies these days. I know from the sound of the sobbing in the cinema I was in that I wasn't the only one with tears in my eyes at the end. It's one for the whole family to enjoy, and an important one to support.
  • With Bryan Brown and the stunning Pilbara region as its greatest assets, True Blue is a sweet film.
  • Red Dog True Blue's warmth and fuzziness may prove to be the ideal antidote for those seeking a feelgood flick to start 2017 off with.
  • a really great story and also has a lot of heart. a lovely family film that's a good choice to take young kids to see. 8.5!
  • The scenery is magnificent and importantly Miller's boundless enthusiasm and great chemistry with the dog keep things light.
  • A smooth, enjoyable ride for the whole family.
  • But it's what the red dog represents that is moving, for he's a means of exploring Mick's youth, with touching finale that is steeped in the idea that the memories the protagonist has will never go away, moments he'll always cherish, albeit with a friend he no longer has. It's hard not to get emotionally stirred, even if you are a cat person.
  • Wholesome family viewing this respectable continuing chapter in the franchise is funny, poignant, has a great soundtrack containing great Aussie songs, but most importantly has heart and soul.
  • A simple coming-of-age story that benefits from a great cast and moments of inspired craziness.
  • A surprisingly strong and crowd pleasing prequel that was definitely better than it had any right to be. It did still capture all the humour, adventure, heart and Aussie spirit that made RED DOG such a joy to watch.
  • This delightful prequel continues the legacy sincerely with an emphasis on modesty and greater attention to character development.