You'd have to have a heart as hard as Iron Man's armor not to be moved by this thoughtful documentary by Geralyn Pezanoski.
| Original Score: 4.5/5
This movie may improve the lives of animals never touched by storms, and encourage us to be kinder to the vulnerable creatures around us -- canine, feline, and human.
| Original Score: 7/10
...as all good documentaries should, just when Pezanoski's established a point of view favoring her subjects, she calls some of the points she has made well into question.
| Original Score: B+
Mine is supplemented with a bevy of extras on the DVD...[that] makes the release a total package on animal welfare.
| Original Score: B
If you've ever lost a pet, or grown misty at the sight of a lost-pet poster, this movie will raise your hopes.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
A captivating, deeply moving, illuminating and well-balanced documentary for everyone, pet owner or not.
| Original Score: 8.25/10
People who love animals would do well to bring tissues and lots of them if they go to see Mine. The one thing all of the individual stories have in common is that no matter how well or how poorly the stories come out, they are overwhelming poignant.
Smart, sincere and affecting.
An emotionally affecting documentary about the amazing animal rescue operation after Hurricane Katrina and the desperate quest of dog guardians who return to New Orleans to find their beloved pets
| Original Score: 3/5
Geralyn Pezanoski's doc about the efforts to reunite Hurricane Katrina victims with their lost pooches is pretty soapy stuff.
| Original Score: 2/4
A deeper, more vexing subject is prodded in addition to the sobbing reflex.
Underreported and over-emotional, Geralyn Pezanoski's 81-minute doc exposť about dogs displaced during Hurricane Katrina moves slower than a basset hound to get to these and other thorny questions.
The documentary has a lot to say about human compassion, government bureaucracy and the problems inherent after disasters on a large scale.
| Original Score: 3/4