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A touching, family-friendly entertainment Read full review
A surprisingly heartfelt father/son relationship, handled with restraint by director Todd Holland. Read full review
An entertaining family comedy full of both tricks and trickery. Read full review
No best in show but a decent family comedy. Read full review
If Firehouse Dog was on cable, where it belongs, it would make a passable diversion from homework or chores. But a kid would have to be pretty desperate to leave the house - and waste allowance money - for this modest distraction. Read full review
The terrier Rexxx might be the least appealing mutt ever to slobber on screen. Read full review
And that dog -- or, rather, that digitally enhanced replicant -- is just plain creepy. Read full review
No cliché is unturned, no "dog duty" pun avoided (get it -- dog doody), no creepy gay-panic subtext unplumbed in this family comedy. Read full review
There's too little dog and too much fire house in Firehouse Dog, a mild kid comedy that turns into a flaming arson mystery with some scenes that could be too scary for little ones. Read full review
Perhaps worst of all, the movie is painfully long. Read full review
goodhearted and inoffensive, even if it's really sloppy
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