As a 4-H leader who trains kids to train their family dogs, I go into a DOG movie with trepidation about how many poor examples of the "Movie Breed of the season" are going to join our dog communities. This movie, while well filmed and decently written, manages to portray a tough and driven breed to perfection. No parent will say, "what a great family breed" after viewing this film, but a handler who wants a work partner that will keep them on their toes and never let the fat settle around their middle will say "Sign Me UP!". The story was a bit unbelievable but redeemed itself with heart-touching moments.
Mar 08, 2023