Beethoven 2: la familia crece


Beethoven 2: la familia crece
Beethoven 2: la familia crece
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Beethoven 2: la familia crece is a perfect feature film to spend a pleasant time with a bit of snacks and a good cold drink.
The feature film was produced during long months of work and the final result can be enjoyed in the year 1993 after its theatrical release.
One of the most important parts prior to filming is the casting of actors and actresses and we believe that this time it is very successful with the participation of Charles Grodin, Bonnie Hunt, Nicholle Tom, Chris Penn, Sarah Rose Karr.

Rod Daniel 's experience in the film world has meant that this project has been approached with great confidence and with an impeccable film direction.
The film stretches for 86 min..
It comes from United States.

We love the way Len Blum and his team have managed to convey the message of the film through the script.
The production companies are betting on certain stories that they will later turn into movies and, without a doubt, Universal Pictures, Northern Lights Entertainment has been completely right with this one.
The soundtrack for this feature film has been created by Randy Edelman.

The fact of knowing how, where and why to put the camera in a place, is the talent of Bill Butler that has given us as a result a wonderful direction of photography.
Perhaps a large part of the success of this film is that it has been a success to expose this story and these messages from a Comedy genre.


Critics Beethoven 2: la familia crece

Funny sequel. Cute movie sequel. Decent sequel and family movie. Ay, too mediocre
Good, but like the first one. Best Dog Movie. Very good movie for children!
As good as the first, but the plot is less dark (SPOILERS). Grodin and Hunt! Do I need to say more? It is not as good as the first one, but it continues with the same charming principles.
Cuter than the first. If you ask me, Missy should have bit Regina's ass. A sweet nostalgic movie to watch.
A great sequel !!! I love the movie. The last Beethoven movie to watch.
And they called it PUPPY LOVE. As good as the first! A bit contrived and lackluster in places, but it's an entertaining and visible sequel.
Beethoven, you've been a bad boy. Lovely family movie. Excellent
Sequel to my childhood. Really pretty good! Beethoven's second is SWEET
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