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Soccer Dog: European Cup (2004)

HE'S GOT THE WORLD BY THE TAIL. Imagine a mutt who can outplay Beckham on the field while turning ateam of laughable misfits into a lean mean fighting machine. This pooch has got the international soccer scene by the tail.

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HE'S GOT THE WORLD BY THE TAIL. Imagine a mutt who can outplay Beckham on the field while turning ateam of laughable misfits into a lean mean fighting machine. This pooch has got the international soccer scene by the tail.

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He's a whole new breed of hero!

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Comedy | Family | Sport

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Rated PG for language and some thematic elements | See all certifications »
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3 August 2004 (Argentina)  »

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A kutya rúgja meg: Európa-bajnokság  »

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I'd like to apologize on behalf of America
20 March 2007 | by (San Francisco, CA) – See all my reviews

... for this utter rubbish, as someone else aptly put it. So sorry. The only reason I gave it a two is because the dog is fairly cute and shouldn't be judged harshly for appearing in this abomination. As a soccer playing American with Scottish friends I know both a) soccer, and b) Scots, and it's obvious the makers of this "film for (very slow) children" had no clue about either, nor about casting, nor about writing, nor about film production. It's a real dog. Makes the Air Bud movies look like Orson Welles - those films were fairly bad too but at least they had a structure, and didn't rely as much on stereotypes.

Spare your kids this one.


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