ROBO-DOG is a real-world fantasy film for the whole family. When Tyler's furry best friend dies tragically, his inventor Dad creates a new dog to take his place - complete with mechanical ...
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After an accident causes Robo-Dog to get lost and lose his memory, he is taken in by a new family. Tyler enlists the help of Barry as they scour the town in search of their missing robotic best friend.
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ROBO-DOG is a real-world fantasy film for the whole family. When Tyler's furry best friend dies tragically, his inventor Dad creates a new dog to take his place - complete with mechanical powers and robotic abilities to keep everyone on their toes.Written by
At 22:52 Tyler is sitting at the dining table. His left arm is off the table. 22:57 Tyler's left hand is touching his face and his left elbow is on the table. 22:58 Back to the same shot as 22:52. 23:02 Back to the same position as 22:57. Hand is down, hand is up, hand is down again. See more »
I gave this a 6 Star rating not because I enjoyed it but, because my kids loved it.
I chose it as a family movie, my 5 year-old and 10 year-old thought it was such a great adventure and very funny.
Hard to comment on the acting when it was obviously meant to be very over-the-top like a satire (that kids don't really pick up on I guess).
I honestly had to endure the movie. But I noted how much the kids loved it. So it obviously hit the target audience. It's no Disney or Dreamworks adventure but, it seems to work for them - although predictable and full of flaws.
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