What a movie. WHAT A MOVIE. If only there was a place to start. I don't have the time to talk about everything that so clearly needs to be addressed, so let's cover the most important part, the glue that holds this movie together, and the character that shaped the whole movie and was the cause for the biggest defining moments in nearly every other character: the DOG. Not only does this dog look like the creepiest dog you've ever seen in your life with legs that can reach the moon, his thoughts are just as scary. Apparently being a smoker, his voice is damaged and only speaks in hushed tones. If his voice doesn't make you want to plug your ears while throwing up, I'm sorry but we can't relate. Even still, that horrifically terrifying dog voice seems to be the only clarity that we actually get in this movie. Half the time you have no idea what's going on until this deadly looking/sounding dog speaks up and fills in the gaps of the plot that the actors fail to portray. Yet the confusion continues when the actors fail to remember the dog's stage name and continuously interchanges that with his real-life name. The only way to know what his name is supposed to be is when the extremely sensitive, overly attached, unkept man carved the name "Scrappy" in a rock as a memorial to him. The honor that this man gave the dog fades when you realize that the disrespect of not remembering his own dog's name when he was thought to still be living greatly outweighs any memorial with his real name on it. Not that I think that this dog deserves much honor. Even the actors are aware of his freakishly long legs and I quote a real quote from the film, "Well, there's no denying those legs." AND THERE SURE ISNT. In summary, this is just about the strangest movie I've ever watched and I hope I never have to hear such a disgustingly strange voice coming from a dog's head again. I just wonder where Scrappy, Streppy, Stuffy (or whatever his name) ended up now. I hope that that dog will stop using stilts as I truly believe that he will find that normal legs work perfectly fine.
4/10, would only recommend this movie to somebody I don't like.