The main character is stricken with a horrible disease, but it doesn't affect him. It spreads to every inamimate object that he touches, and then if another person touches the object, they are dissolved into it. No one knows that Jake is the carrier except him. This brings about the "red objects" that specify every object that he has touched, as discovered by the community with cats. They use cats to test inanimate objects for the disease. And they cover themselves in garbage bags to protect themselves. Then they discover that Jake is the carrier and they chase him around...
- Stars:Gregory Fortescue, Stevie Lee, Steve Dixon, Paul Silverman, Paul Urbanski, DeLaney Provencher, Matt Shear, Robin Fleck, Adam Dorr, Marina Seeman, Marti DeLoach, Gregory J. Lanesey, Patrick Butler, Julia Escher, Jason E. Hays,
- Director:Nathan J. White,
- Writer:Nathan J. White
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(kr) wrote: just skip to the hot guy at 01:07 . then skip to 01:21 for 5 sec.
(gb) wrote: I'll admit I watched this over an extended period (three months!) so maybe I didn't follow the plot too closely, but there were plenty of laughs along the way, ending felt a bit strange
(de) wrote: The two episodes with DNAmy are the better ones. The other two aren't so special. 'Drakken's gonna steal Christmas!'
(nl) wrote: Pretty funny and had a good meaning behind it...
(ag) wrote: An animated film about 2 dogs that escape an animal research testing facility & seek freedom from the tortures they have experienced, "The Plague Dogs" is a sad & tragic film, yet touching when you watch & understand the plot. It hurts me that there are certain humans who still treat animals like nothing (but not me), & this movie is taken through the eyes of the 2 dogs as they try to escape from the hellish treatment that was put upon them. The animation was a little realistic (adding to the dramatic feeling the viewer may feel) & the musical score is magnificently haunting/evocative.If you want to check "The Plague Dogs" out, go ahead. But if you are an animal lover (case in point, dogs) & are sensitive to how animals are treated, then this film may not be for you; unless you want to watch it, be prepared to cry by the ending. Such a touching & sad animated film.
(us) wrote: Mary Steenburgen wins oscar and shows her girls off in one of her forst movies. This is a semi-true story of a man who ended up as the beneficiary on one of the MANY Howard Hughs will that appeared after his death. he may have written them all from what we know now.
(nl) wrote: This isn't particularly a memorable movie for me for some reason. For the first time in a while I was okay with having a movie running in the background while doing chores and checking on key scenes only to laugh at some and go back to ignoring it. It was okay for the most part but not that interesting.
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(ca) wrote: Cam hittin the Dougie was my favorite part LMAO
(ca) wrote: Interesting idea. I would've done it differently.