After being implanted with a microchip that gives him special powers, a dog engages a young boy in conversation and adventure. Befriended by a local police officer, the dog, the boy and his...
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After being implanted with a microchip that gives him special powers, a dog engages a young boy in conversation and adventure. Befriended by a local police officer, the dog, the boy and his friend go on a quest to save the world by undoing the insidious plot of an evil scientist to turn all kids into mindless robots. Written by
Il Barbiere di Siviglia
, Largo al factotum
Performed by Thad Shirey
Orchestra of St. Peter By The Sea,
Conductor: Father Alphonse
Words and music: Gioachino Rossini
Copyright 2003, Festival of Atlantic, Inc. See more »
Others have said enough about how off this movie is, but I'll add a few comments...
I just watched this movie with my 13yr old daughter and... she liked. It seems that the makers of this movie know how bad it is and there are a few references in the movie where the jokes are so bad and the inserted animation so weird that it almost works. There were places where we laughed at just how bizarre the plot is and other scenes where we actually laugh-out-loud funny.
There were a couple of places where we laughed out loud. We even turned it off once and then came back because a story that weird needs some sort of closure.
I wouldn't get this for a birthday party or family movie night, but if you were picking up a couple movies for your at-home-sick kid, this could work.
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