Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Unhappily, Producer Walt Disney tells his shaggy-dog story so doggedly that he soon runs it into the pound.
There are a good many laughs on this simple premise and the script's exploitation of them.
Brisk but unrewarding.
This 1959 film was Disney's first live-action comedy; it isn't good, but it's certainly mythic.
A lovable mutt of a classic comedy.
It not only marked the return of Fred MacMurray to comedy -- in which he got his start in the 1930s--but it also convinced the Disney folks that the combination of situation comedy and fantasy was an idea worth pursuing.
This one lives up to the Disney charm, outshining the original, and not a single parent is killed in the process.
The Shaggy Dog is classic Disney. It's a bit lost on the kids of today - especially the younger ones.
The Shaggy Dog may have been made strictly for kids, but it is still cute enough for adults to get a kick out of.
Silly but solid Disney live-action take on werewolf transformations!
A lost classic from a simpler time.
It's a fun, and witty children's film. But it can't even pull off the simplest of dialogue, or the funniest of comedy. Even in the simpler time when it was produced. It's a lost classic, that Walt Disney would roll in his grave for.
Fun while it lasts...but quite cheesy as well.
Really odd, but it's harmless and fun. It's kind've funny in the sense that its just a bizarre plot, no one in there right mind would write something about a man turning into a dog. Then there's the car that runs on grass and a dog driving it, completely worth the movie.
silly but cute
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