Los Angeles, California, is the main and heart-warming scenario where life and fate interconnect five different stories as well as their characters with their respective canine pets: Elizabeth is a famous newscaster of a morning TV show who after a disastrous interview with former basket player Jimmy, Elizabeth's boss decides to contract Jimmy as co-host due to the high ratings of the interview; in another side of the city, Tara is a waiter of a coffee shop that passes her days talking with her shallow and dog-walker friend Daisy. Tara, who is crazy about the friendly but full of himself vet Dr. Mike, one day meets Garrett, the eccentric and shy owner of an animal care center who is unable to say Tara that he loves her; Grace and Kurt are a marriage nervous by the arrival is their first adoptive child, Amelia, but they see that the child doesn't seems happy with her new home and her new parents; Dax is a teen in body of adult, leader of the aspiring rock band Frunk, who after a visit ...Written by
When Grace makes some pancakes for Amelia they have a face with a smile and two eyes. When Amelia begins to eat them they are shown missing the smile and one of the eyes. In the next seen both eyes are back. See more »
Bloopers and alternate takes are shown during the end credits. See more »
Written by Emma Bunton, Geri Horner (as Geri Halliwell), Mel B (as Melanie Brown), Victoria Beckham, Melanie C (as Melanie Chisholm), Richard Stannard and Matt Rowe
Performed by Spice Girls
Published by EMI Music Publishing (WP) Ltd., Peermusic III, Ltd. on behalf of Red Girl Productions Ltd. and Universal PolyGram Int. Publishing, Inc. on behalf of Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
Courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd. under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
This movie was wonderful. The actors were amazing and the concept was cute. This movie takes your average life and demonstrates why dogs make it just a little brighter, or a little more special. Amazing family movie, and for all dog lovers out there, I think you'll be able to relate.
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