See Spot Run
I have never seen a more nondescript dog then "Spot" the tranquilized canine star of this movie. Think Keanu Reeves in a tight furry suit cute, snugly and huggleble, but alas just a vacant unintelligible stare questions the world from his sad brown eyes. This poor fellow makes Benji look like the DeNiro of pooches.
On top of the
Überdull doggie the producers cast kinetic super goonman David
Arquette as his barely-of- human- DNA costar
( Courtney Cox isn't really breeding with him is she?).
No one with a reading level above fourth grade will even be able to bark a forced guffaw.
Arquette is just
so odiuosly telegraphed and overtly hamming it up, if you skip
my warning and decide to venture into the show you'll be running from
the theater in search of hard liquor and lithium within twenty minutes!
goes...Postal worker Gordon (David "Why do I keep getting hired?"
Arquette) is taking in Spot. A huge dog with a secret identity. He's
really Agent 11 an FBI Agent. Okay...
There's a lot of violence making it not a very good family movie choice. And it's too moronic for speaking humans to endure. So who exactly is this movie geared towards? Is it a studio tax write off?
nearly fell off my seat when a totally wasted (talent wise)
Michael Clarke Duncan appeared
as Spot's ex-FBI partner. Clarke whom I suspect is presently looking
for new representation should call this multifaceted man strudel Benicio
Del Toro's people. They know the kind of scripts to send to an
actora real actor. Shame on you Mike. You are too good to Pollack
The whole thing was like a gooey accident left by your canine friend when you've come home an hour or so late. Long, smelly and in need of quick disposal.
Skip this and opt for a nice Thai dinner.
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