|Cast: Jon Voight,
Director(s): Bob Clark
Genre: Coming-of-Age Drama
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It's a dog...you see?
And it talks.
Oh, and does karate....
And Chevy Chase does his voice (poorly).
And Pat Morita is in it...so is John Voigt.
HEY! Man's gotta pay the bills and eat, correct?
Half a star because Jaime Pressly's got a nice rack.
TOO FUNNY !!!
When Mitch & I went to see '300' on Friday, I mentioned that I had watched this on the dish (a good portion of it anyways).
I guess the man does have to eat, but I don't have to be the one to pay for his meals
just a thought about the "this just in" blurb about Mitch hitting 10,000.
Sysop, there should be some new cool feature that can only be activated by those with 10,000 points...think about it!
Funnny enough, if I type 'Sysop' it gives me a picture of a sloth. I guess this is a sign that I should expect anything to happen quickly
My god, that synopsis is too funny!
I think it's high time we started writing some scripts - honestly, we could do better than that!
Ron Howard: It's got a talking dog....
Exec: I dunno, it's been done.....
Ron Howard: Did I mention the dog is also a karate master?
Exec: Howard, you've done it again! (Hands him a big bag of money with '$$$' printed on the front.)
I forgot to actually RATE the movie...
Now that wouldn't be fair to the ghost of Pat Morita, now would it?
Hmmmm....saw about 10 minutes the other day, and although there were lots of dogs talking (and Jon Voight with a ridiculous mini-ponytail), there was nary a dog doing karate.
Will hold off on my rating until I see the film in FULL. Who knows? The award-winning potential is imminent!
"Thank you, thank you! I'd like to thank God, and dogs, and Master Paul Desmarais. Os!"
(breaks into his 1st Kata routine...)
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