As a puppy, Bella finds her way into the arms of Lucas, a young man who gives her a good home. When Bella becomes separated from Lucas, she soon finds herself on an epic 400-mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner. Along the way, the lost but spirited dog meets a series of new friends and manages to bring a little bit of comfort and joy to their lives.Written by
Despite the title and having the same book author, this is not sequel to A Dog's Purpose (2017). However, Universal Pictures is planning to release a sequel to that film titled A Dog's Journey (2019) which was released the same year as this film. See more »
When Bella and Big Kitten separate and they look down on Denver. There is no place in the Denver area where you can look significantly down on Denver and see mountains behind the city. See more »
Despite the opening titles before the prologue and the first half of the closing credits is displayed via fading, the movie's title, shown after the prologue, is zooming slightly forward. The text is upper-cased white. See more »
My kids have been tracking this movie for weeks and I had promised to bring them all (3 daughters all under 12.)
Yes, this is the same story told again (Homeward Bound and it's various sequels), however it's a little different. The animals are animals, and they don't talk, however the main dog (Bella) does tell the story from her point of view.
There are some areas where they replaced animals with CGI and some of it looks really good, but really fake, but 1- my kids didn't notice all that much, and 2- it's a movie... Let's just turn off our minds for about 2 hours and just watch a wholesome family movie.
There were a number of crying kids, and even some of the adults walked out with some tears, so be prepared.
Overall it's a really cute, adventurous, and fun movie! Perfect no, but it's still great!
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