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Firehouse Dog's cute premise is ruined with endless fart and poop jokes, and an overlong run time. Read critic reviews

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When a commercial shoot goes terribly wrong, Rex, Hollywood's biggest canine star, goes missing and is presumed dead by his handlers. Rex takes refuge in a row of lofts, but the structure catches fire, and Rex makes a death-defying leap into a fire captain's (Bruce Greenwood) arms. The man's son, Shane (Josh Hutcherson), becomes Rex's reluctant new master, and the firefighters adopt the dog as their mascot. Trouble looms when Rex's handlers try to get him back.

Cast & Crew

Bruce Greenwood
Connor Fahey
Dash Mihok
Trey Falcon
Steven Culp
Zachary Hayden
Bill Nunn
Joe Musto
Bree Turner
Liz Knowles
Scotch Ellis Loring
Lionel Bradford
Mayte Garcia
Pep Clementine
Teddy Sears
Terence Kahn
Shane Daly
Burr Baldwin
Hannah Lochner
Jasmine "J.J." Presley
Claudette Mink
Capt. Jessie Presley
Matt Cooke
Corbin Sellars
Katie Finneran
Felicity Hammer
Mike Werb
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Jeff Cardoni
Original Music
Victor Hammer
Cinematographer
Tamara Deverell
Production Design
Judith R. Gellman
Costume Designer
Zeljka Alosinac
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Critic Reviews for Firehouse Dog

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  • Feb 15, 2010
    lol seriously don't understand why many described this as lousy and embarassing, stupid and childish. Childish? "We've had bad luck with our kids - they've all grown up. ~Christopher Morley." Now on-topic. This is the best family/adventure/comedy film i've watched in months. The schnauzer is a wonderful dog that i love, very smart and slick, full of energy, the best candidate for this part. The relationship between dog-child is important in a film and here it's sparkling. The story is typical and predictable of course but since when is that an issue?... The actors look like they had a good time making this film and usually that leads to success. Good clean fun, i enjoyed after having diet of action packed, sci-fi films. Enjoy!
    Ovi G Super Reviewer
  • Jan 14, 2010
    I remember this being a pretty good movie, but what I remember most about it is since I saw it, I call burps "mouth farts." LOL! Major brownie points and props for that!
    Jason O Super Reviewer
  • Jun 01, 2009
    Im not going to lie and big this movie up, its nothing special but I was only looking for something a bit stupid and lighthearted and I got what I was looking for, there are funny moments but your sides are far from splitting. The under lying story was quite good but there were some really stupid moments which were sometimes funny cause they were so unrealistic.
    Nikki M Super Reviewer
  • Nov 25, 2007
    It may not set the box office on fire, but this canine caper is more agreeable than your average underdog tale.
    Roy G Super Reviewer

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