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In a world where humans and anthropomorphic animals, e.g. talking dogs co-exist, a macho but lonely Rottweiler police dog named Max is ordered to go undercover as a primped show dog in a prestigious dog show with his human partner Frank (Will Arnett) to stop an animal-smuggling scheme that is using the dog show as a front. When Max finds out the criminals are planning to sell Ling-Li, a baby giant panda, at the upcoming Canini Invitational dog show in Las Vegas, he's forced to go undercover as an entrant accompanied by Frank posing as his trainer..
Credits contain supposed "bloopers", many of which involve computer-generated characters messing up. See more »
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Who did Will Arnett hack off to get into this film?!
Will Arnett is a well respected actor with many credits to his name. In addition to TV shows such as "30 Rock", he's done some terrific voice acting for many films such as "BoJack Horseman" and "The Lego Movie"/"Lego Batman". So I can't help but wonder if someone was angry at him or perhaps his agent was a pussycat...otherwise I have no idea WHY he'd agree to star in this film. It's truly terrible and a movie that only small children could stomach. As for adults, if they watch this one there's a strong likelihood they'll throw something at the TV instead of finishing it! Yes....it's THAT bad.
I should have known the movie was crap when the DVD jacket from Netflix began with 'From the director of Beverly Hills Chihuahua....". That pretty much says it all....as that film was about as enjoyable as a root canal....without anesthesia!! And here they are again with a film about talking dogs!!! Uggh!!!
The story is about a police dog who investigates and solves crimes all on his own. Naturally, he and all the other animals in the picture can talk....and once again it's pretty much like "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" because of this. This is NOT a good thing by the way....talking animals wears thin very quickly. Many of you have seen either this or films like "Dogs and Cats" (which is marginaly better)....but who wants to see this sort of thing more than once? In other words, you've seen one, you've seen them all.
The bottom line is that this is a very bad film--mostly because adults and older kids would rather eat their leg than see something like this. For small children, it's okay entertainment....just make sure you do NOT stay in the room and watch with them....your brain will thank you for this.
Overall, bad writing, creepy CGI and a nonsensical script make this film about animal smuggling one you really want to avoid. I only give this one a 2 becacuse small kids might enjoy it....MIGHT.
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