I don't want to spend too much time on this one. It's full of things that are supposed to shock you...they don't. Terribly written story, no believable characters, no motivation for how or why the characters interact, bad dialogue...it runs the gamut of badness. I would have left the theater 30 minutes into this masterpiece of poop, but a friend of mine wanted to stay because, apparently, the director was in the theater and he didn't want to offend him. I didn't realize the director himself was watching along with me(aside from the 10 or 15 minutes I used my hat to cover my face...no joke) but if I had I would've stood, said something about being able to take no more, and run from the theater as if Jason Vorhees had been hot on my trail. Instead, I thought about all of the other things I could've done with my time...it made me sad. I finally decided to sleep until the credits, but sleep wanted nothing to do with me. The worst thing about Dog Run is that all people involved with its production believed they were making an impacting, profound film. Absolute torture to sit through this one and perhaps one of the worst films I've seen in the last ten years. I discovered that I hated it about 20 minutes in. From that point on it just got worse.
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