My Dog Skip Movie Review 1999

Information and Film Reviews for My Dog Skip the Movie

Staff rating


Visitor rating
3.0 4.0 from 1 reviews

This is just the kind of movie people are talking about when they complain that there's no family friendly movies being made anymore. In 1940s Mississippi, awkward only child Willie (Muniz) sees his life change when, over the protests of his overprotective father (Bacon), he gets a puppy, Skip, for his ninth birthday. Amid much nostalgia and sentiment, Willie learns to be more outgoing and has many coming-of-age moments. Even if some of the plot elements are weak, the look and feel of the period is captured well, and Muniz does a fine job, although no human is likely to compete with the pooch, anyway. Kids will love the antics of Skip, and adults will enjoy having their hearts, and memories, tugged. Based on the book by Willie Morris.

Distribution

Warner Home Video, Inc., 5775 Linder Canyon Rd., Westlake Village, CA 91362, URL: http://whv.warnerbros.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 95 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
King of Beasts (Dogs), Childhood Visions, American South, Period Piece: 1940s, Kiddie Viddy
Screenplay
Gail Gilchriest
Cast
Frankie Muniz, Diane Lane, Kevin Bacon, Luke Wilson, Caitlin Wachs, Bradley Coryell, Daylan Honeycutt, Cody Linley
Cinematography
James L. Carter
Director
Jay Russell
Music
William Ross
Other
Harry Connick
Producer
Warner Bros.

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