In this follow-up to last year's comedy AIR BUD, Josh Framm's wonder dog Buddy is up to his old tricks when he breaks onto the court of a pro basketball game the Framm family is attending. After seeing Buddy play basketball on TV, two animal "collectors" decide he would be the perfect star attraction for their fledgling Moscow circus - and make a plan to kidnap him. For Buddy and his family, that's just the beginning of another adventure filled with comedy, suspense and high-flying hoops action.
Part of: Air Bud Collection
Air Bud is a 1997 sports comedy film directed by Charles Martin Smith. It sparked the franchise centered on the real-life dog Air Buddy, a cross-bred Golden Retriever, who shoots basketball hoops and appears as Buddy. The film was financially successful, grossing $4 million in its opening weekend and totaling $27.8 million in its run against an estimated $3 million budget. The film was followed by one theatrical sequel, three direct-to-video sequels, and a spin-off film series. In each film, Buddy learns to play a different sport while the spin offs focus on Buddy's children, the Buddies.