When loveable Labrador Maeumee has a set of puppies, Dong-Wook's (Song Jong-Ki ) grades start to suffer. Because of this, Dong-Wook's mother decides to get rid of Maeumee and the puppies. The dogs then stay at a relative's video shop until the animals can be placed into an animal training center. Meanwhile, two unscrupulous jewel thieves come into the video store and spots the little puppies. Hyeok-Pil (Song Dong-Il) decides to steal the littlest puppy to use as a runner to transport diamonds. Maeumee spots the two men taking away her young puppy and goes after the thieves! Can Maeumee save her puppy? Will Dong-Wook ever get to see Maeumee and the puppies again? Edit Translation
- Bahasa Indonesia
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It has a cute story that really is common. The main lead here isn't song joong ki but the dogs. This is a story to watch as a child or even as an adult. This is one of those feel good movies with lots of happy and cute moments in them. It also has a sad theme with it but it is a child friendly movie.
The cast was amazing and I am only talking about the dogs. It takes loads of training and it isn't easy to film a movie with animals. I loved the puppy's they were too cute and Hearty, I wish I could take her home! On a other note I do think sometimes they handled the dogs too rough or a little bit unhandy especially the pups, they could have been a little more careful.
Overall this movie is a great watch.
Watch this if you like movies with animals, Labradors and a child like theme.
Skip this if you don't like animals or childisch like movies.
When we compare the first film with this, the feeling is that there are two distinct films, shame Jeong-cheol Lee!
"Hearty Paws 2" is a blend of 1996's "The Incredible Journey 2 - Lost in San Francisco" with 1990's "Forget Me."
A film that strikes in originality, and it's a shame too, because the original "Hearty Paws" is surprisingly good with a heart-breaking end. And a truth be told, a sequence is impossible, but they did "Hearty Paws 2" and as a consequence strayed too much from its predecessor.