Wiener-Dog Synopsis
From director Todd Solondz (WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE, HAPPINESS), WIENER-DOG is a dark, starkly funny story of a single dog and the many different people she touches over her short lifetime.
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Movie Reviews

Life is short, don't waste 90 minutes.

By danandcara
I know Todd Solondz does weird movies, I've seen several of his and I'm just fine with quirky or dark. This is the worst film ever made. By anybody. There was nothing, no not one thing, redeeming...

Worst Movie I've Ever Seen (and I've sat through a lot of bad stuff)

By lbgrass99
While I am an avid moviegoer, and frequently seek out quirky movies, I've never written a review. The bottom line is that I could barely sit through the entire movie and by the end I wish I hadn't. ...

Despicable Film

By jhannis
The best actor in the film was the dachshund. The film was perhaps the worst theater going film I have ever seen. It was poorly written, no story, no message for the viewer to think about. I want...

Weiner is a dog

Horrific Do not go Not funny...


By iknowbest
No wonder Ellen Burstyn was chugging Kaopectate, She probably read the script or saw the rushes and became nauseous....

Terrible. Waste of great talent

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By aross45748
I never write reviews. However for this movie I can't help myself. My wife and I are avid movie-goers and we agree this is one of the worst movies we have seen. Do NOT waste your $ on it. Slow -...

wiener dog

By ollie34
A terrible movie. Stupid, not funny, politically insensitive, disjointed....


By ArtHouseGuy65
Another look at the dark side of suburbia from writer/ director Todd Solondz. A real treat for the hardcore Solondz fan that appreciates his films....


By stevealtman
Worst movie of the year. Any year. Any movie. Danny DeVito performed well but the characters were all horrible, plot disjointed, interactions among characters didn't make sense and overall, this...

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Rated R | For Some Disturbing Content and Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Peculiar, intriguing deadpan comedy has some dark material.
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