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Another sentimental and stupid dog movie. Rotten.
I thought it was a cute movie - it seemed more along the lines of a made-for-tv type deal geared towards kids, but I still liked it!
(First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
it's a good and inspiring movie.
Very obviously a "family values" type film but too full of mediocre acting and bad dialogue.
The things we watch with our dog-loving kid. It was a nice way to end celebrating the International Day of Families, but not much to recommend in this long string of cliches on it own merits.
Benji meets Cocoon. Like most animal movies, characters are two-dimensional and plot is paper-thin. If you can accept the corny premise, you are still confronted with ample opportunities for suspension of disbelief in almost every scene.
I didn't really like it much to be honest, but there were some pretty amusing parts. It was pretty bad though if you ask me.
This movie is so cute. It's got some areas that made me laugh and some that made me cry. But in all, I totally enjoyed it.
I don't think anyone could have summed up this movie better than Beth Miner, an Amazon.com customer from Holmen, Wisconsin. "The movie was very very good, but I wish it was longer. I also wish that it could ALL be true!"
Me too, Beth. Me too.
Oh, according to her Amazon profile, we also both enjoyed Gentle Ben : The Movie, and Tai Chi for Diabetes!