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Doggie B (2011)

Doggie Boogie - Get Your Grrr On! (original title)
PG | | Family | 11 April 2013 (Sweden)
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A devoted Bichon pup helps his teenage owner and her dog-dancing uncle unleash their potential.

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Cassie Barbizon
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Gertrude Spinner
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Dottie
Patrick Alan Davis ...
Roman Spinner
Scott Cox ...
Peter Wolfe
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Karen Barbizon
Erica Gerard ...
Rachelle
Constance Hasapopoulos ...
Pinkie
Judith Sims ...
Kia Tuel
Keith Myer ...
Mortgage Man
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Dr. Loren
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Doggie Boogie dances into the hearts of its family audience as they cheer for a devoted Bichon pup, Pijo, who helps his owner and her dog dancing uncle achieve their dreams. Cassie's wish to become a Vet is crushed by her mother, who has become a slave to the world of personal injury law and is forcing Cassie to follow in the family legacy. Peter Wolfe, her dog-dancing Uncle, dreams of winning a national dog dance championship but is blocked by his guilt over a tragic dance accident. Gertrude Spinner, a ten-time dog dance champion and keeper of the legendary Dog Dance Bible, will do anything to stop them. Supported by a colorful cast and enchanting dogs, Pijo uses the lessons of Barkananda ("healing bliss") to provide Cassie and Peter with a fresh start as they dance through life's twists and turns. He breathes life into everyone's dreams as he dances away with their hearts. Written by Romanus Wolter

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dog | children | disney | See All (3) »

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Get Your Grrr On!!

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Rated PG for mild rude humor | See all certifications »
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Mickey Freeman's wonderful "through the mailbox" shot of Mortgage Man arriving to present the paperwork to Gertrude. See more »

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Not what I expected.
10 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

Judging from the title and cover when I picked this up for my friend, I was expecting the story to be about a rapping boxer who makes it big with his mad turntable skillz. What I got was a trashy feel good movie, that held no appeal to the African American audience it would be happy to embrace. Doggie B could have been the next big thing - a watershed film about the struggles that dogs have to become rappers. Instead, it's about some girl whose mom is a stereotypical asshole fighting against an oppressive hyper-cat lady to secure her uncles dog dancing ring. I wanted to see Doggie B go into the dark underground Dog Fighting scene. I wanted to see Doggie B battle to get a record deal. Instead, what I got was a movie that shames me more then it does excite me. 'Doggie B' gets a 2/10 from this unhappy film viewer.


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