The end credits conclude with the sound of a panting dog as heard during scenes of the story and the statement, "A portion of the proceeds of this movie will go toward eliminating dog fighting, rehabilitating its canine victims, and promoting awareness and education about the humane treatment of man's best friend." See more »
When the film shows the dog's view it includes the Near-sightedness but it lacks the red-green colorblindness that dogs would have (as they only see the primary colors of red, green and blue). See more »
Turns out that freshwater fish don't make it in the salt. Me, I'm a freshwater fish. I know I'm in the right tank.
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This was a very good movie and I do not understand the antipathy expressed in some of the reviews.
I normally don't like films where the action takes place in a single location, such as a warehouse or a room -- too confining, and usually low budget.
Sure, there are points which challenge credulity. For example, abandoned warehouses don't still have electrical service and Thompson machine guns run out of ammo, like any other gun. In addition there is the conundrum of how the police could possibly miss the dead guy in the Cadillac out back when they searched the building.
Yet it has a great cast and the flashbacks are entertaining, The production values were relatively high and the performances were above average.
I think including the dog's perspective in the story worked well as well.
I liked the film. I liked it very much.
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