Two young brothers talk their strict father Lloyd Clauswell into allowing them to babysit themselves for the first time while their parents attend a corporate barbecue. As Lloyd vies for a ... See full summary »
Kyle's a police officer, and his partner is his dog, Hunter. Hunter gets killed in the line of duty, and his spirit comes back in the body of a criminal named Howie. Howie, with the spirit ... See full summary »
No one could be more bored than Zack, the new kid in town with no friends in sight. When a gang of hip, skateboarding thrashers start cruising his neighborhood, Zack hopes his luck will ... See full summary »
Cliff De Young
Timmy Blair has the usual twelve-year old's share of problems: his father is too busy at work, his new stepmother loads him with chores, and school life is as difficult as ever. When a ... See full summary »
Excuse me, sir. What do you and your wife talk about?
About the ever-widening socioeconomic chasm that exists between the classes in this country.
Could you say that again?
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If you have a sensitive child, please do not let them see this movie! The actual scene of the dog being hit by the car is off screen, but they show the dog lying dead in the road for a full minute with it's owner crying over it's broken body. The plot and the acting DO NOT offset this very traumatic moment. It is not funny in the least and should have a PG rating instead of G. I would recommend the "Air Bud" series or "Zeus and Roxanne" if your child likes dog movies. My daughter loves golden retrievers (she has one named Sheba) and this movie really breaks your heart. Not only does the dog die, it comes back to help find the "bad guys" only to have to say goodbye at the end and go back up to heaven. Talk about a double whammy!
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