When a casino owning dog named Charlie is murdered by his rival Carface, he finds himself in Heaven basically by default since all dogs go to heaven. However, since he wants to get back at his killer, he cons his way back to the living with the warning that doing that damns him to Hell. Once back, he teams with his old partner, Itchy to prep his retaliation. He also stumbles on to an orphan girl who can talk to the animals, thus allowing him to get the inside info on the races to ensure his wins to finance his plans. However, all the while, he is still haunted by nightmares on what's waiting for him on the other side unless he can prove that he is worthy of Heaven again.
Writer:Don Bluth (story), Ken Cromar (story), Gary Goldman (story), Larry Leker (story), Linda Miller (story), Monica Parker (story), John Pomeroy (story), G
The movie follows Charlie B. Barkin, a German Shepherd who forsakes his place in Heaven to return to Earth looking for revenge on his former friend a.k.a his killer, Carface, butusing Anne-Marie, an orphan girl who can talk to animals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jamie B (fr) wrote: Surprisingly sharp and poignant.
Mandi L (fr) wrote: Overrated. This movie sucks.
Ethan D (ca) wrote: this film is one of the most underated films + logan lerman is great as always
Joel A (es) wrote: A fitting tribute to a cameraman that not only kept current during 8 decades but was sort after by some of the most legendary directors.Jack Cardiff was the cutting edge cinematographer of early technicolor & worked on many films where color became a character.He photographed many stunning actress' & worked on some of Hollywood's biggest films. An English man at heart & master of the camera, a terrific documentary.
Mohd S (jp) wrote: Interesting action film.
Sean K (mx) wrote: A thought provoking and throughly entertaining drama with Matt Damon playing well in the lead. Though the film gets a tiny wince mind numbling at moments and the jumpy narrative may catch some off guard, the film delivers with some compelling drama and sentimental notes. though the idea is not completely original, Eastwood pulls off another great film.
Stafford V (us) wrote: A enjoyable movie but inconsistently funny with a suprsing twist.
Sanii E (br) wrote: I bought this movie when I was in Iran! Haven't watched it yet though.. :)
Bill B (nl) wrote: In a truly bizarre turn, we watched this on cable over an Easter holidy with my Mother In Law, who is absolutely NOT the target audience, but who was tickled as hell by the film nonetheless.Rental at best.
Justin O (ag) wrote: Imagine Joe Dirt, but funnier and raunchier, proof that the creators and stars of "Mr. Show" knew what they were doing.
EllenRebekah A (kr) wrote: I think it might be Kristen Stewart's best performance (there are a couple I haven't seen). I read the book several months ago. Melinda is raped over the summer, tries to call the police, and everyone thinks she just ratted them out. It's terrifying how nobody in her life (as she is beginning high school) really tried to see her. The art teacher and Pedrakis were my hero's too. The movie well-reflects her jjourney, finding courage in those friends, finding the ability to speak to her ex-face and finding her voice to say no. A different author, Shannon Hale, has been speaking about about rape culture recently. I don't know what would happen to Andy, the rapist, but Melinda was relieved to have others believe and speak up themselves. With so many cases in the news, we need to speak about how justice should be served.After watching a movie last night where most of the humor was hurtful, this was a necessary change, and a story many others should consider.