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There wasn't enough here to last one film let alone a series.
Beethoven is a wonderful St. Bernard!
This family classic was pretty good. Charles Grodin, Bonnie Hunt, Nicholle Tom, Christopher Castile, Sarah Rose Karr, Dean Jones, and the rest of the cast did a great job in this movie. The plot to the movie was pretty funny and entertaining. People of all ages will enjoy this movie. If you haven't seen it yet, check it out sometime. Don't listen to the critics and the people that say this movie is terrible. They don't see why it's a good movie. It's worth seeing.
A family classic! Bonnie Hunt's line "Honey! I've never found you more attractive" when her hubby punches the evil vet has gone down in our family history
One of those '90s kids movies that also had adult audiences in mind. Big turning points include Beethoven saving Emily from drowning in a pool, Charles Grodin falling through a several story factory ceiling window to save his dog, and David Duchovny being dragged by patio table and chair by Beethoven down a neighborhood block.
A guilty pleasure of mine and the movie that bears the distinction of being Joseph Gordon-Levitt's cinematic debut, Beethoven has all the cheesy tropes and cliches you'd come to expect from a John Hughes script. But for those who don't mind that, myself included, that are only expecting a fun movie about a mischievous dog that might just be enough.
Of all the dog movie I've seen, this is one of the weaker ones.
Lovely feel good family film.
A nicer version of Stephen King's Cujo minus the gore and violence. A good movie to keep the kids entertained but if you're over the age of 12 you'll want to find something better to do.
This is some cringey, cheesy, campy ass shit right here folks.