A Dog's Life - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

A Dog's Life Reviews

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Super Reviewer
July 9, 2011
Another humorous, if not forgetable, Chaplin film,
June 24, 2011
Not a particularly memorable film but still good. Chaplin and Scraps make great co-stars.
June 12, 2011
Funny, vintage chaplin.
March 20, 2011
A routine Chaplin short - which makes it better than most other silent shorts.
January 27, 2011
love the dance scene
December 5, 2010
Cool short by Chaplin, which isn't at the level of his big works, but is still an amazing start for one of the best careers in history of cinema.
½ July 23, 2010
A Charlie Chaplin short.
½ January 27, 2010
the tramp tries to save a girl singer from an accustomed case of 'economic extortion' and heroically takes possession of the wallet of the rich drunk man
Super Reviewer
September 27, 2009
The best in "the Chaplin Revue", with a story that felt like a prototype of either "The Kid" or "Modern Times" when it comes to the bond between the 2 main characters(In this case, a dog). Many genuinely funny moments, and maybe has the happiest ending of all Chaplin's works.
April 30, 2009
Hilarious! One of Chaplin's best and not even one of his features. There were parts in this where I couldn't stop laughing. Amazing.
April 21, 2009
The Little Tramp finds a stray dog and takes her along on some adventures at a local bar.
½ January 26, 2009
Definitely not his best work... but it is still pretty entertaining :)
Dracula787
Super Reviewer
January 9, 2009
The package starts strong with a thirty minute short featuring Chaplin as the tramp who comes across a stray dog. The symbolism is obvious, the life of the tramp is related to the life of the dog. The film takes place almost entirely within about one city block as the tramp is chased by cops and gangsters. It?s a very gag dependent film with a lot of really clever physical set pieces and chases, though the film falters at one point with a gag about a woman crying all over someone. The filmmaking is quite strong for something made during the Woodrow Wilson administration, a good start to my journey through the films of Chaplin.
August 5, 2008
The cutest dog ever on film, and Chaplin's first attempt at a feature length film rather than a short. It definitely leaves you wanting more, but is a nice stepping stone for things to come.
½ August 4, 2008
A touching and compassionate tale of a man, his love, and his dog. Comic sequences are quick and steady, and there is a lot of genuine feeling pulsing through a short running length.
July 26, 2008
Plan on seeing it soon.
½ June 26, 2008
A cute and funny short story about a tramp and the new dog he met. He will help him to find money and a new wife. Sweet ending and some nice funny moments.
June 1, 2008
A descent Chaplin short film
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