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Sid the Elf | North Pole | 11/21/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"During the 90's the creators of the action genre sat in a boardroom and kicked some ideas around on how to spice up the film industry. With films the Death Ring dominating the market something new had to be done. Through months of deliberation they finally agreed upon the ultimate concept of joining man and beast together to take on a deadly crime syndicate. The first shot was Turner in Hooch with Tom Hanks followed by a slightly more entertaining James Belushi attempt called K-9. At this time Chuck Norris was at home trimming him mustache with a pair of hedge clippers when he thought "I could beat the tar out of Hanks and Belushi with both hands tied behind my mullet," so where's my cop-dog movies? He then roundhouse kicked his way into a star role in Top Dog, which he'd so sorely regret about a week into shooting.
Top Dog starts off with some hilariously bad acted white white supremacist as they plan to blow up San Diego. Why are they doing this? We haven't the slightest idea. Maybe it's because they didn't legalize the good stuff in that region yet and the Nazi's couldn't take it anymore. Whatever the case may be, super rouge cop Jake Wilder get's called upon for the case and is teamed up with a dog (who may have been responsible for writing the script as far as we're concerned). The dialogue and one liner dog jokes are something we'd hope to never experience again and thank the movie world for not producing a sequel. It's just awful, and this is coming from a couple of the biggest Chuck enthusiasts out there. The only thing that would have saved the movie is if Norris and the dog had an action packed battle to the death similar to the end brawl in Missing in Action II. Obviously we did not get this one and in no way can recommend it to even the b lovers out there."
Worth it just for the last scene
Ben Leach | Mantua, NJ | 10/12/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this movie because it is BAD, not because it is good, and I'm pretty sure that you're buying it ironically as well. The cover implies "bad 90s comedy," but its PG-13 rating takes itself WAAAAAY too seriously as Chuck Norris and his dog partner Reno have to stop a white supremecist plot. It's like a longer, less awesome, and frankly, less funny version of any given episode of Walker: Texas Ranger.
HOWEVER, the final scene, which involves Reno the dog and an English speaking Pope...well, let's just say it's one of the greatest cinematic achievements of all time. Your brain will explore from laughter and confusion.
If you want a bad movie with consistent unintentional comedy throughout, get "Mac and Me." If you want to torture yourself for an hour and a half just to watch a dog and the Pope interact, get "Top Dog" today!"