Given the appeal of the Belgian Malinois (or, technically, six Belgian Malinois) playing the titular character, it’s almost a shame the film has to rely on generic bipeds to drive the action. That begins with Texan teen Justin Wincott (Josh Wiggins), who becomes Max’s de facto master after his older brother Kyle (Robbie Amell) is killed on an Afghanistan battlefield.
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“Max,” which opens on June 26, 2015 and is rated “PG,” stars Josh Wiggins, Lauren Graham, Thomas Haden Church, Robbie Amell, Luke Kleintank, Mia Xitlali, Dejon Laquake, Jay Hernandez and Owen Harn from writer and director Boaz Yakin (“Remember the Titans”), writer Sheldon Lettich and a producer of “Marley & Me”.
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Max himself is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, just like any other human soldier, and the boy is the only one who can work with him. Lauren Graham, Thomas Haden Church, Jay Hernandez, Luke Kleintank, Joseph Julian Soria, Gabriel Rush and Owen Harn co-star in the film which opens June 26th.
Lauren Graham and Thomas Haden Church star as the parents of both their fallen Marine son (Robbie Amell) and his 14-year-old brother Justin (Josh Wiggins). Justin learns that the military dog Max formed such a strong bond with his brother, that no one else can work with Max, who we learn is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, just like any other human soldier. When a shady soldier comes into town,
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