Jack London’s story still makes for good cinema. Click the title to read my entire review.
Thanks to reincarnation a loyal dog enhances the lives of 3 different families & then returns to enrich the life of its original owner, now a lonely adult.
In this satirical film a dachshund is the connection in 4 stories about unhappy people in the four stages of life–childhood, young adult, mature adulthood, and old age.
When a boy’s Marine dog handler brother is killed in Kandahar, the teenager becomes the dog’s new owner and must deal with its trauma as well as a gun running gang.
When Lili’s beloved dog is abandoned on the streets by her father, she sets out to find it, while it suffers from cruel adults & then leads a dog revolt.
Crazy things happen when Wallace with his dog Gromit is called in to deal with an over abundance of rabbits in an English lady’s garden.
Babe is a little pig raised by a sheep dog. Learning of the hostility between the sheep & he dogs, Babe is puzzled at first, but eventually brings harmony to all & a prize to the farmer when he becomes a sheep-pig at the fair.
This animated romp through history with a genius dog and his boy is delightful. Click the title of the film here to read my entire review.