Soccer Dog: European Cup (2004)


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The Soccer Dog series of family-oriented, animal-starring sports pictures continues with this installment, which features a distinctly cross-Atlantic setting. Soccer Dog: European Cup opens with the titular hero, Kimble, escaping the clutches of an evil scientist, bent on performing animal experiments. Our plucky canine hero then falls into the hands of Zack (Jake Thomas), an American boy who's been brought to Scotland after the death of his mother to be reunited with the father he never knew, … More

Rating: PG-13
Genre: Comedy , Kids & Family
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Written By: John E. Deaver
On DVD: Aug 3, 2004
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment


as William Wallace
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Firstly the attempted accents put on by the cast members is atrocious. This is some kind of weird combination of ineptitude, cynicism and laziness. Plot nearly non-existent. The locations are laughably not Scotland. Even the light is wrong. The eponymous dog gets about 60 seconds in the movie because I suppose the cheap-ass CGI effects budget allowed for no more. The dog is given a name in the movie about ten minutes after the cast begin referring to him by his name. No one in Scotland wears kilts unless at weddings, not a football games. Sandy Tung should try to know a little about something before involving it in the movie, instead of just assuming what a typical Scottish person looks or sounds like or the food they eat.

Steven Vincent Gee

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