A Dog's Journey

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92% Audience Score92%
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Great movie, I like it better than the first one.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    This movie was so good, have a box of Kleenex ready.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Sad And Funny Very good!!
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    The screenwriters birthed this miscarriage of a script with the express intent of underhandedly insulting the collective intelligence of this film's target demographic. That is the only way I can rationalize what I just watched without succumbing to the overwhelming urge to blow my brains out. Based on the box office numbers, I have to begrudgingly applaud them on their accomplishment. I refuse to engage with any aspect of the film's plot, character development, or anything that could even remotely be construed as storytelling. To do so would be to tacitly imply that this has any value as a work of art. Good job you absolute hacks, you have perfected the art of terrible writing, and in doing so exposed the raw stupidity and lack of good taste possessed by a frighteningly large portion of our population. This thing is audaciously offensive, a blatant middle finger to the general movie-going populace. The overwhelmingly positive reviews by so-called "fans" have GOT to be shills. I refuse to believe otherwise. It's either that, or all hope for humanity has been lost, we are irredeemable, and must be eradicated for the good of all other lifeforms on this planet. TLDR: Don't watch it just get a real dog instead.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    I came into this movie not expecting much and came out of it being pleasantly suprised. It is a movie that takes on a journey and leaves you satisfied at the end. It's notbperfect and can be predictable at times but it does its job and it does it well,
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Una gran pelicula,muy emotiva,emocionante,mejor que la 1 9/10
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    - A Dog's Journey - is just as good as the first part, directed with mastery by "Gail Mancuso" this very beautiful movie is filled with emotion and delicacy, with a very good script, excellent actors including l'excellent : " Dennis Quaid "not to mention the big stars of the movie, the dogs of course, we laugh and shed tears too, because history makes our four-legged friends have such a presence and fidelity that emotion is present in every image. With the theme: a dog finds the meaning of his own existence through the lives of humans he meets. These are movies that are good for our soul and strengthen our love for animals and others around us.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Amazing... I got this movie through blu ray at a local Redbox for my 12 year old friend and his 12 year old friend could watch ... They loved the movie to peices
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    I absolutely love the emotional journey that Bailey takes in this film! Bailey's sense of humor shines throughout the film as he tries to make sense of the actions of his various owners and his meaning in life. He balances his purpose with his love for bacon and all disgusting smells. A Dog's Journey continues with the story of Bailey and the humans in his life. His relationship continues with Ethan on the farm until Ethan gives him a new purpose which is to protect Ethan's granddaughter, C. J. Bailey goes through many changes and continues to be puzzled by humans. He protects C. J. at any cost from the time she is a toddler through her adult experiences. Some of my favorite scenes are those where he deliberately misbehaves or manipulates to get rid of her boyfriend Barry. Bailey gathers people into his human packs and eliminates others that don't belong. Bailey's voice is portrayed by Josh Gad who has a brilliant sense of comedic timing and he adds so much humor and depth to Bailey's character. W. Bruce Cameron who wrote the book, also worked on the screenplay. Dennis Quaid returns to the role of Ethan and the movie just wouldn't be the same without him. Casting is by John Papsidera and the entire cast is talented and works together seamlessly in their humorous and very touching roles under the guidance of Director Gail Mancuso. The message of this film is to find meaning in your life experiences. In all of Bailey's lives he learns things which fulfill his purpose and allow him to find meaning in his actions with his humans. It is an emotional roller coaster filled with laughter, joy, love, tears and bacon. I rate this film 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 18, but of course adults will definitely enjoy it too. Reviewed by Selene W., KIDS FIRST! Film Critics. For more reviews of films for kids by kids, visit kidsfirst dot org.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    A cried to many times to remember, definitely an amazing movie.