My opinion for the movie is funny and great! The idea, however, was dropped when the show was released. But in the sequel, it was on opposite sides. And how will Patch get home? Patch's parents journey to save their puppies and Patch escapes with the rest. He is the most prominent of the Dalmatian puppies in the 101 Dalmatians franchise. Patch releases his family, but Thunderbolt stays in his open cage.
Disney re-released the film on September 16, 2008. With his plan carried out, Lightning escapes while laughing evilly, leaving Patch, Thunderbolt, and the Dalmatian puppies locked away. When he meets Patch, he learns that he knows all the episodes by heart, therefore he can remind him of all the great stunts he did on the show. Additionally, there is a brief scene in the original film where Patch is shown with two black ears. Meanwhile, Cruella De Vil is once again up to no good! One of the great things about the original was the pacing of the story, which this one doesn't have. Patch helps Thunderbolt because he knows what happens in every episode.
Wow, one of the best voice work ever in my opinion! Patch feels unimportant being that he is said to be just another one of the 99 puppies. She's being kept out of every fur shop in London, as part of her parole. The Patch referred to in the title is one of the Dalmatian Puppies. His fanboyish obsession and memorization of every one of the show's episodes proves to be a distinct advantage, as he unlocks the cage door with his foot, uses an elevator to distract Jasper and Horace, and jumps from a passing car onto the van and ties up Cruella in that order, just as Thunderbolt did in the show. But the next morning, he wakes up to find that his family already left to the country without him. She decides to give him an inspiration by re-stealing the puppies and giving them to him as a gift.
Today, Patch is commonly used alongside as an icon to represent their respected films in merchandise and crossover material. He is a good pup, very adventurous, bold and strong-minded. Patch saves the day after Lightning's purposeful bad advice causes them to be locked up. However, this is somewhat justified because the farm tag was attached to it in the sequel. Like his siblings, he is playful and cute, but he can get rather wild, often fantasizing about mauling the villain Dirty Dawson from the television series. His publicity stunts, however, get no attention.
He was mainly seen to always be in 's company, looking out for her, whenever he could. Thunderbolt was unique, and Little Lightning was hilarious. Another thing is in the original film, the black patch in his eye is at the same side of his black ear. Although somewhat justified because the farm tag was attached to it in the sequel. Anyway, he tricks Thunderbolt into thinking he's going to be killed off the show and replaced. It's a film I'd recommend 'dog-film' fans for sure.
The dog characters are very well written characters, especially Patch and Thunderbolt. In retaliation, Patch pushes Lucky into the soot pile, and the two continue fighting. Eventually, Lightning becomes angry at always crawling in Thunderbolt's shadow and putting up with his arrogance and rejection of him. If you're a fan of all things 101 Dalmatians, I suggest you take this in with caution. As soon as the television filming of The Lil' Lightning Show began, Lightning was caught on the driving window of a double-decker bus ridden by Patch during his escape from Cruella and her goons. The bus chases them to the river where they jump off the edge. Determined to keep his role and his fandom, he tries to become a hero in the real world, and not just on T.
My daughter loves this one and, while it's no Toy Story, I can gladly sit through it to keep her attention away from Care Bears: The Movie. This makes her revolt and go back to her original plan of kidnapping the dogs for a coat. His black ear was on the left, and his white ear was on the right. Pongo, Perdita, The Radcliffes, and Nanny arrive, and Patch's parents tell him they are proud of him. When he's accidentally left behind on moving day, Patch runs away and meets his hero, Thunderbolt. When news of Thunderbolt and planning to rescue 98 from reaches Lightning, he realizes that the deed will endanger his chance at fame. Patch is deeply hurt that Thunderbolt would lie, but soon realizes that their current situation was covered in one of The Thunderbolt Adventure Hour episodes, and manages to escape.
This is similar to how he appears in the books. In the end, he is freed by Thunderbolt and sends him to defend Patch from Cruella, Jasper, and Horace. I thought the timing of the film was very good but but not as long as the original. When they go to where the barking was coming from, Patch pops out of the bushes, asking where they've been. Being one of 101 takes its toll on Patch, who doesn't feel unique. The new characters don't contribute much to the entertainment, either. Patch tries to hold them off while the others escape, but they are undaunted.