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Cliff De Young
This movie is terrible. The puppy pictures sucked us in. About 10 minutes in I realized we made a mistake, but by that time my kids were invested. Where to start...the college-aged son's giddiness over "Halloween movie night", the exposed microphones, they wear the same clothes every day, the "night" scenes filmed at day, the 1 dog in the movie is full grown, but they keep calling it a puppy. The budget must have not called for a tailor, because poor Molly had to cuff her jeans, and I don't mean in the trendy way. I lost count how many times Molly called someone "weird". The mom eats grass with the "puppy". Plus, my own weird feeling that any minute it was going to turn into an adult film. I'm highly disappointed in Cindy Brady. She must have owed the director a favor.
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