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|Daniel And The Superdogs |
Every Dog Has Its Day
Actors: Dorothée Berryman, Claire Bloom, Annie Bovaird, Wyatt Bowen, Annie Chaplin
Director: Andre Melancon
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Kids & Family
Studio: Peace Arch Home Entertain Release Date: 02/20/2007 Run time: 100 minutes
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aeiwo | florida, MO USA | 02/08/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"this movie was so bad! i mean, i dont really understand the movie. the boys hanging up the skeleton on he old veteran's jeep was useless. the old veteran guy himself is useless. MOST of the movie was useless. the kissing part was shocking. i mean, 11 year old kids kissing?! what did the director even think about assigning two kids to kiss? the dogs were hardly mentioned in the entire movie. why did they even make the title daniel and the superdogs? they should have named it daniel and the dumb movie. this movie was useless, dumb, and terrible"
HEARTWARMING FAMILY TALE
Michael Butts | Martinsburg, WV USA | 11/30/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The title is kind of misleading on this one. Most of the action does not take place with the Superdogs, a real life troupe of Canadian canines. Although the Superdogs aspect is somewhat pivotal to the plot, this well executed family drama focuses on loss, grief and moving on in life. Matthew Harbour does a fine job as the title character, Daniel, a young lad who has recently lost his mother and his desire to train their wolfhound, Wolf. His father (well played by Patrick Coyette) is also having a difficult time adjusting and his relationship with Daniel is suffering as well. The story focuses on Daniel's involvement with an elderly lady (the remarkable Claire Bloom), her daughters and granddaughter, and his two mischievous friends. The film is unabashedly sentimental but refreshing in showing three boys doing something besides playing video games or hanging out at the mall. Even though its fairly predictable and manipulative, the movie has a warmth and is so well done it's a charming family film for all to enjoy, but it does have its tragic moments."