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Tiger (1997)

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Josh Baker is the youngest son of the rambunctious but loving Baker family who live in a sunny beach side California suburb. He is constantly teased by his brother John and his sisters ... See full summary »

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Josh Baker is the youngest son of the rambunctious but loving Baker family who live in a sunny beach side California suburb. He is constantly teased by his brother John and his sisters Erica and Lisa, misunderstood by his parents Andrea and Rick, and taunted by bullies Benjamin and Trevor. He dreams of having a true friend of his own. He wants a pet dog, but his father won't allow it. While playing one day, Josh finds a young puppy who has been separated from his family. Josh adopts the dog and names him Tiger. His parents object, but the kids want him too much for them to say no. Although Tiger doesn't fetch or sit up, he does what no other dog can do . . . he talks to Josh. Of course, when Josh tells his friends about his "talking dog," the whole neighborhood thinks Josh is kooky. When the neighborhood bullies kidnap Tiger, everything changes. What happens next will delight the whole family. What started out as a boy's dream of having his own pet, becomes the adventure of a lifetime. Written by Richard Canipe

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You Ain't Too Tough
Written by Barry Coffing
Performed by Gael MacGregor
Published by Barry Coffing Songs (BMI)
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wow. bad.
22 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

wow. this was bad. probably one of the worst. ever. i bought it for $1 at a dollar store called Four Quarters as a gag gift for a friend. wow. definitely worth that $1 for a movie this bad.

it's really just incredible that movies this bad were made, especially by real actors. I probably could have done about the same with a video camera and some friends. the problem is that you might have a hard time finding this movie. I'm pretty sure you couldn't buy it in any regular store anywhere.

Personally, i think the best part is that the dog speaks telepathically, across long distances, so the kid can hear the dog even when they're in completely different places. too bad the kid never thinks to communicate with the dog the same way... when they lose Tiger, it would have made him a lot easier to find.


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