Snow Dogs Reviews

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December 30, 2006
July 20, 2002
What Faustian bargain did Gooding make, forcing him to star in this insipid fish-out-of-water comedy that paints him as a Bolton fan?
May 21, 2002
January 20, 2002
Pre-packaged dog crap, a dumb movie made by dull-witted adults who clearly believe that just because some viewers currently reside at the lower end of the age spectrum, they don't deserve better.
January 20, 2002
It's all very cute, though not terribly funny if you're more than six years old.
January 18, 2002
Two Oscar-winners are no match for irresistible dogs in this so-so slapstick comedy.
January 18, 2002
Instantly forgettable.
January 18, 2002
Phoned-in business as usual.
January 18, 2002
If you have a soft spot for man's best friend, it's a pretty good throwaway movie.
January 18, 2002
Five screenwriters are credited with the clich-laden screenplay; it seems as if each watered down the version of the one before.
January 18, 2002
This silly youth-targeted comedy goes strictly by the book, which should give you a clue as to its quality.
January 18, 2002
There's little to recommend Snow Dogs, unless one considers cliched dialogue and perverse escapism a source of high hilarity.
January 18, 2002
A generic family comedy unlikely to be appreciated by anyone outside the under-10 set.
January 18, 2002
Gooding offers a desperately ingratiating performance.
January 18, 2002
A movie set in the frozen north that just idles, endlessly, in the sitcom hothouse where convention slowly but surely becomes moldy cliche.
January 18, 2002
Show me the mugging.
January 18, 2002
Cuba Gooding Jr. valiantly mugs his way through Snow Dogs, but even his boisterous energy fails to spark this leaden comedy.
January 17, 2002
It's playful, corny, silly, adventuresome and enjoyable.
January 17, 2002
Disney's latest update of the lame live-action B comedies that have been among the studio's more dubious contributions to American pop culture.
January 17, 2002
Director Brian Levant, who never strays far from his sitcom roots, skates blithely from one implausible situation to another, pausing only to tie up loose ends with more bows than you'll find on a French poodle.
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