Unleash your imagination and prepare for the adventure of a lifetime with Fluke! Starring Matthew Modine, Nancy Travis, Eric Stoltz, Max Pomeranc and canine heroes Comet (TV's "Full House") and Barney (Homeward Bound 2), t... more »his heartwarming fantasy-tale promises laughter, suspense and "marvelous adventure for the whole family" (L.A. Parent). Waking up on his very first morning, Fluke a newborn puppy discovers a wondrous world of excitement and fun. Whether romping and wrestling with his brothers and sisters or curling up by his mother for a nap, Fluke is as contented as any young pooch can be. But when recurring dreams and a series of mishaps trigger memories of a very different world, he slowly realizes that he once had a very different life as a man! Convinced of his previous identity, Fluke sets out on an extraordinary journey that leads him back to his human family...and shows him more through the eyes of a dog than he could ever see as a man.« less
Sharon F. from HIALEAH, FL Reviewed on 5/4/2019...
GREAT family movie with a little bit of everything in it for everyone. I love animals so I loved the dogs in this movie, but also the people and the theme of the movie. I highly recommend for everyone to watch this movie at least once.
Diane W. from FLETCHER, NC Reviewed on 7/15/2012...
This is my favorite movie of all time. The themes (life/death, right/wrong, love) and the shear beauty of the scenery, the nobility of the dogs, the goodness of the bag lady -- all come together to make this the perfect movie for me. I don't know why it doesn't get 5 stars.
Donna D. from WASILLA, AK Reviewed on 5/2/2011...
great and full of laughts the whole family loved it,you love dogs you will love Fluke
Duane S. (superpoet) from FORT WORTH, TX Reviewed on 6/15/2008...
WOW ! Your whole family will love this story of a man who is a workaholic; crashes his car, comes back as a dog, and learns what he has missed. He replays throwing catch with his son, remembering how beautiful and wonderful his wife is, and what a jerk he was at home and especially at work. As a dog he has a funny sidekick, also a dog who helps him out of scrapes. Not to mention , Fluke is a beautiful dog.
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Rita M. (ritarene) from SILER CITY, NC Reviewed on 4/28/2008...
Fluke is a great movie...makes me cry every time I watch it.
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THIS MOVIE KILLS ME!!!
Brian Linebaugh | Merced, CA | 12/13/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I saw "Fluke" in the theater with my girlfriend and it took all my restraint not to cry in front of her. But I did anyway.
"Rudy" and the ending of "Field of Dreams" have contained some of the most emotional moments ever for me.
But "Fluke" has more of them and so many poignant, beautiful, touching scenes.
I was choked up through the whole film."
Excellent! | 07/11/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I enjoy this movie is my childhood movie I always love. Fast delivery and great services thank you."
B. E Jackson | Pennsylvania | 08/30/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I was torn whether to give Fluke a 1 or 5 star rating. Why? Because I was literally CRYING right from the very beginning. Right when you see adorable puppies walking around in some back alley with their mother, I was crying.
I'm 29 years old and I'm a man. Guess what? I WAS CRYING LIKE A BABY WATCHING FLUKE!
This is seriously one of the most emotionally heart-breaking dog movies I've ever seen.
First of all, I love golden retrievers with a passion. I think they're absolutely the most adorable puppies and dogs on the face of the planet.
Whichever writer was responsible for finding just the right golden retriever to star in Fluke did an AMAZING job. I was looking into this dogs eyes and seeing one of the most intelligent animals I've ever seen. We're talking a dog that made me cry just by his spot-on eye movements alone. It's like the dog was part human. He'd follow along perfectly to the movements of the little boy and his mother at *all* the right moments. Amazing job on the writers part.
The storyline... oh right. Just by reading the description you know what to expect, and trust me, it delivers *exactly* how you're imaginging it would. A husband/father comes back through reincarnation as a golden retriever to search for his wife and child.
Eventually the wife and child notice that the dog is doing a ton of things that strongly resemble what their father/husband used to do, so they become interested and suspicious of the dogs actions.
However, the majority of the storyline is about the golden retrievers adventures through a dreary city and just being a dog on the run from all the bad guys who keep threatening to put him in doggy prison.
He meets a friend -another much bigger and older (and more street smart) dog, and so the two dogs then become close friends.
Yes, you will hear voice actors actually talking to indicate that the two dogs are communicating with each other. It actually works though. Works REALLY well. Remember- I was actually crying hard watching this film earlier today. I wouldn't be crying if it hadn't worked- I would've been laughing, and I definitely wasn't doing that!
I absolutely love Fluke... or hate it! It's one of these strong reactions for sure! I watched this movie when it first came out, but since that time I've learned to appreciate dogs even more, so the storyline really hit me incredibly hard. If you absolutely love dogs... I don't know. I seriously can't recommend it... or do I STRONGLY recommend it? AHHH!!!"
Get out the tissue first !!!
Bubbies Mom | Visalia, CA | 09/02/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"We first saw this movie on Animal Planet, and just had such a good time watching, and several moments of tears, we had to have it for our viewing library. Fluke has the "spirit" of a man killed in a car accident, so there might be the need for some sort of explination for the little ones. Actually, I cried at several parts. Will still watch it over, and over again !!! Excellent for all the family !!!"