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Belka i Strelka. Zvyozdnye sobaki (2010)

Anna BolshovaElena YakovlevaEvgeniy MironovSergey Garmash
Inna Evlannikova,Svyatoslav Ushakov


Belka i Strelka. Zvyozdnye sobaki (2010) is a Russian movie. Inna Evlannikova,Svyatoslav Ushakov has directed this movie. Anna Bolshova,Elena Yakovleva,Evgeniy Mironov,Sergey Garmash are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2010. Belka i Strelka. Zvyozdnye sobaki (2010) is considered one of the best Animation,Adventure,Comedy,Family movie in India and around the world.

Schoolbooks say that Belka and Strelka were first space dogs. But the dogs say that people dissemble a lot.

Belka i Strelka. Zvyozdnye sobaki (2010) Reviews

  • Great kids movie with historical significance


    This is a great movie, but misunderstood due to cultural references. It wasn't mean to be another Pixar movie. It is however a great movie about the first ever dogs that went up into space and came back alive. In Russia that is a well know pair of dogs and doesn't need much explanation. Perhaps it could have used some more details in the translated version. The jokes in the movie are more funny to those who grew up in Russia and understand what life used to be like there. Watched this movie with my husband and son, and Canadian born husband really didn't like it till I explain the context to him. Not surpassingly , he loves the movie now. It tells a great story about a piece of history.

  • See it for yourself :)


    I took the time to write a brief review because I feel that the other reviewers definitely missed the point. Space dogs doesn't have the best state of the art animation technology, but the characters are really nice and lovable and we must give a chance to other productions to develop, not only Disney/Pixar. After all, many people still enjoy the old Bety Boop cartoons from the 20's, so the technique is not really the most important in a story. That said, I wouldn't call the animation "crude". It's not Mamoru Oshii, but it's acceptable. I admit, the story has a bit of nostalgia for the old soviet times, which on the other side is a legitime feeling for many people in that side of the world. But I wouldn't call that "Propaganda", unless we agree to also call propaganda to 90% of the American animation. The most important thing about it: It's fun to watch, my 3 and 4 year old kids enjoyed a lot, and we have had a really good time together.

  • Fantastic Children Movie


    Russian animated film from 2010. The dog Belka thrown out on the streets of Moscow when the rocket on her circus stops working in the midst of a performance. She hits the street-smart Strelkas and rat Lyonya and the new trio soon forced to flee from the scary Bulldog. The film is based on the Soviet space dogs and honors the first animals who survived an orbital space trip. Space Dogs give children a insight of how the exploration of space began. The vast array of lovable characters and quality computer-animated. During the end credits, real-life archive footage from the Soviet Space Program and Space Dogs is shown. Highly recommend this movie for all ages especially for children.

  • Pixar - Russian Style


    If you want to see just how good our CG! movies are these days, SPACE DOGS is an entirely Russian effort. True, read the credits and all of the background images are clearly huge Soviet type statues at al. The plot involves two cute dogs and a funny rat plus three bad evil dogs, typical stuff. The animation is crude beyond a doubt, this is almost pre-Toy Story effort. And humor is just not there. It would be appealing to a very very very young viewer but if you want to truly appreciate THE INCREDIBLES and UP all the more so, watch this one and if you WANT to like it, that is a good thing but within 30 minutes you will find your DVD playing a more contemporary fare.

  • Not recommendable


    I would never recommend this movie to anyone age groups. It's long, boring and incoherent. It contains some abstract goals and dreams, and different environments that expose the cute little dogs for a little of everything. And have a very strange start. The film could not produce smiles or laughs. The only good thing was the dogs' relationship to each other. Bad for children and for adults. If one were to make a movie about space dogs, then it should rather be on the dog's wild adventures in space that could pique the imagination a bit. Instead they had to run around on the ground. It was as if they were trying to get everything in the movie, surroundings, environment, emotions, relationships, development, 3d, society and space. The result was a too superficial movie.

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