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It's love at first sight when Rusty the Labrador and Cheri the Poodle meet one day while jogging in the park. Even better- their owners fall in love too! But love is more complicated for the people, Susan and Jake, who marry and attempt to join together their large family of five children. With kids fighting and a household in complete chaos, it's up to the dogs to keep the family together. Written by
Could this movie BE any worse? I think not. A story we've already seen like a million times before, lines that we've heard in a million other films. Nothing original, no actual plot, and the acting is so superficial. I mean, it feels like they're reading the screenplay all along. The only one who didn't suck as much as the others was Tom Arnold. The movie has cliché written all over it from the beginning. The only reason I watched this movie was because of Jennie Garth. I hadn't seen her in a movie in a long time, and I expected to be blown away (now I wonder how I could ever have such an awful idea). I kept waiting for a twist,but no, it was the same crap we see in a lot of American movies all over again. BORING. All in all, the worst hour and a half spent in watching a movie in the history of watching movies.
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