Hey Dog Lovers,
For the next 12 weeks I am going to be doing a series of Dog Movie Reviews, 2 a post. With some other fun posts in there if anything overly exciting happens in my life that I feel the need to share.
*These are in no specific order, nor is there a rating system for them*
A classic comedy by the director Brian Levant (The Flintstones) starring Charles Grodin and Bonnie Hunt. This movie brought a lovable, St. Bernard into our lives who, as it turned out ends up being an incredible lucrative franchise. There has been a total of 8 Beethoven films to follow the original one. The first one as in most cases is the favorite one. Although it did receive mixed reviews from critics, the movie was a box office success and is still enjoyed by families and dog lovers today.
Turner & Hooch (1989)
Released by Touchstone Pictures in 1989, Turner & Hooch is easily one of the most essential buddy -cop movies – despite the fact hat one partner is a dog. Though this movie does have their sad moments. the film is basically heartwarming story about a neat freak (Tom Hanks) warming up to a slobbery dog in true odd couple fashion. Turner & Hooch also received mixed reviews while still doing well at the box office and has become a pop-culture history with a nod in television shows like Scrubs and Castle.
Thanks for reading dog lovers. Have a great week!
“If dogs could talk, perhaps we would find it as hard to get along with them as we do with people”- Capek
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