Moon Dogs (2016)
Critic Reviews for Moon Dogs
An emotional release from years of suppression is one of few moments that truly hits home in a film which meanders - like the disjointed journey of its characters - a little too uncertainly.
Little more than another dispiriting example of the way so many publicly funded British comedies prize wackiness and winsomeness over characters and plotting that feel in any way believable.
The three actors play off one another with enthusiasm and the attractive locations are used with great imagination. It always feels like we are in a real place. It always feels like we are with real people. That's just about enough to be going on with.
The director, Philip John, knows how to stage a passionate scene and add fuzzy indie folk music, but the storytelling that sets up these moments is horribly mimsy.
Unfortunately, this underpowered story is neither funny nor sexy enough to generate much narrative momentum.
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