Soccer Dog: The Movie

Soccer Dog: The Movie

A heart-warming comedy about the friendship between the new kid in town and a soccer-playing dog on the lam from the dog-catcher. It's up to these two underdogs to win the PeeWee Soccer League championship game.

A heart-warming comedy about the friendship between the new kid in town and a soccer-playing dog on the lam from the dog-catcher. It's up to these two underdogs to win the PeeWee Soccer League championship game. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Julie g (ca) wrote: it was amazing I just love it.:-) :-) :-)

Nikolaj Z (nl) wrote: The first two seasons of this series basically build-up to this film; especially after sitting through all of "Endless Eight."

Joshua D (jp) wrote: bloody as heck and uber crazy, altogether a nightmare

David G (ca) wrote: Very stylish take on the story! Also great performance!

William F (br) wrote: Not as powerful as the first....

Paul S (ca) wrote: Javier's best performance

Matthew S (nl) wrote: This movie did not age well. There's a scene early in the democratic primary race where everyone in a packed diner is glued to the small television set, watching and commenting on an interview - "Today Show" style - of our candidate and his wife. Either our political culture was very different back in 1992, or this is an example of the movie's unrealistic, self-absorbed sensationalism. Without any clear sense of direction, we watch the plot stumble into one manufactured problem after another. Instead of insight into modern politics, we get guns, drugs, heart attacks, old men sleeping with 17 year olds, and gay sex - all in one race to become the democratic nominee.

Bev P (mx) wrote: Very droll and funny. Like a Woody Allen movie, the early ones, with Seth McFarland in the Allen role of the nebbish out of his comfort zone in the Wild West, where people in bars shoot each other after merely being jostled. Charllize Theron tries to help Seth get more courage so he can flight Neil Patrick Harris, who plays a rival with a moustache, his only asset. Liam Neeson is the real villain, however. The film works on the presumption of modern dialogue and situations being brought into a classic movie Western, which results in a lot of swearing, a lot of self-help talk, and some (not much) sexual references. No nakedness or racism. Several incidents of pot smoking. Shows First Nation Indians as being also very modern, in some ways, at least. Very funny, but definitely for over 14 years old.

Amanda C (ca) wrote: Slick and cool, but with more punch than Luc Besson's later films, The Professional manages to feel fresh and fast paced even though it is slower and less frantic than the films it owes so much to. Along with La Femme Nikita, The Professional shows Besson at his best, delving into the visceral aesthetic of violence as opposed to simply trying to make the brutality into something banal.

Ellen F (au) wrote: My 2nd favorite romantic comedy, after Moonstruck.

Stu B (nl) wrote: Very good storyline which keeps you engaged, jokes are hit and miss at times, something you didn't find with the tv show due to its shorter duration.

Jukka H (br) wrote: One of Fulci's two best films, this is surreal and graphic at the same time.