Beethoven's 4th


Beethoven's 4th

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Beethoven, the lovably large St. Bernard, is back in the direct-to-video sequel Beethoven's 4th. Humans Judge Reinhold, Julia Sweeney, and Matt McCoy co-star with the canine in this warm-hearted romp aimed at the entire family. Those who enjoyed the other films in this series will more than likely enjoy this entry.


Judge Reinhold
as Richard Newton
Julia Sweeney
as Beth Newton
Joe Pichler
as Brennan Newton
Michaela Gallo
as Sara Newton
Kaleigh Krish
as Madison Sedgewick
Matt McCoy
as Reginald Sedgewick
Veanne Cox
as Martha Sedgewick
Mark Lindsay Chapman
as Johnnie Simmons
Nick Meaney
as Nigel Bigalow
Art LaFleur
as Sgt. Rutledge
June Lu
as Mrs. Rutledge
Scott Evans
as Chihauha Owner
Patrick Bristow
as Guillermo
Doren Wilson
as Agent Marlowe
David Mickey Evans
as Agent Hammett
Arlan Jewell
as Hot Dog Vendor
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Critic Reviews for Beethoven's 4th

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Audience Reviews for Beethoven's 4th

  • Aug 18, 2010
    Okay, now they have to stop, and if they make anymore I will cry. This film is on the edge of me actually liking it. They grab a halfway decent cast and play out every hair of humanity the franchise has left. There may not be much, but this direct to DVD film is better than the previous 2 installments, but it should have ended after the first film, which was great!
    KJ P Super Reviewer
  • Oct 24, 2007
    The rude, crude, slobbering St. Bernard known as Beethoven is on thin ice with the parents who run the Newton household. If he destroys dad's (Judge Reinhold) artwork and drools on mom's (Julia Sweeney) briefcase one more time, he's history. The loving children of the family (Joe Pichler and Michaela Gallo) secretly enroll the dog into an obedience school in hopes of Beethoven learning a few manners. Meanwhile, Michelangelo, the pampered St. Bernard of the ultra-wealthy Sedgwick family -- a dog so well mannered it not only wipes its feet on a door mat but can also fold a dinner napkin -- accidentally winds up at the Newton's while Beethoven ends up at the Sedgwick estate, confusing the humans who live in both households.
    Martin D Super Reviewer
  • Jul 10, 2007
    I've seen alot of stupid movies, when four's come around, but for a fourth movie, this movie has got to have a little credit. It's getting a little old at this point, but the plot was well thought, and it was actually pretty funny. Worth watching atleast once, and good too occupy kids. A decent familly movie
    Bobby H Super Reviewer
  • Jun 27, 2007
    This is ridiculous. Wasn't 3 enough already.
    Alexander C Super Reviewer

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