Shakey is a family film about a 35-year-old widower named J.T. O'Neil, his precocious 10-year-old daughter and their devoted mutt Shakey. After moving from a small town to Chicago and ... See full summary »

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Toledo Kid #3
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Stubbs
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Sheila
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J.T. O'Neil
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Andrew
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Raoul
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Dash
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Gabby Frankenfurter
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Mattias Ober
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Party Patron
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Estelle Willinger
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Flavio
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Cop #1
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Beatrice Carmichael
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Shakey is a family film about a 35-year-old widower named J.T. O'Neil, his precocious 10-year-old daughter and their devoted mutt Shakey. After moving from a small town to Chicago and missing the fine print in their rental contract, J.T. is forced to try and get rid of his lovable pooch. Shakey and Chandler won't have it and hatch a plan to keep Shakey and teach J.T. a valuable lesson about loyalty and the importance of keeping family together... Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for some rude humor, mild language and brief smoking
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29 June 2012 (USA)  »

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Shakey, un amour de chien  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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I Can't Stomach Shaky
20 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can't believe they got so many "actors" to take money to play such moronic characters, the worst being the apartment manager, Ms. Willinger (Janet Ulrich Brooks), obscenely overacted. This could have been a decent movie if the writers and director would not have spent so much effort in distracting the viewers with stupidity. When will the makers of so-called "family" movies realize that they can't tug at the heart at the same time they crap on your brain! That said, I should also say that the little girl, Rylie Behr, was cute in her role as long as it was just her, Dad and the dog in the scene. She was one of the few people in this movie given a sane character to play. Hope she finds something more worthy of her talents in the future.


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