The continuing adventures of Chick and Pug finds them facing a ferocious beast who has stolen their favourite toy, or at least that is how Chick sees it. Pug, on the other hand has the usual dog attitude, sharing is good, and there are other toys to play with.
Exaggerated expressions and actions are the primary source of amusement, but there are some subtleties that an older audience will pick up on, like the reference to the big bad wolf, and the superman shirt used as a reminder of scale. Comparing this duo to Superman really puts in perspective how minuscule their challenges are, and yet because Chick takes it so seriously, his actions become even funnier.
As superheroes these two would not cut it, not to say that Chick isn't determined enough, and doesn't have his heart in the right place. Rather, it is their friendship that is so admirable, and worthy of emulating.
I'm a fan of Chick n Pug series, but this one should have been Chick n Pug meet Dude, not "the Dude." This one missed the mar with me but young kids will probably love it.
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