Based on a novel by W. Bruce Cameron (who co-wrote the script), A Dog’s Purpose is at least a three-hankie film. Heartstrings are plucked and the story of a reincarnating dog comes full circle for an old-fashioned Hollywood happy ending – and despite being hokum, it works beautifully.
It’s just a shame that the trailers contain a lot of the film’s most important moments – including one of the big ones in the final moments.
A dog finds his purpose in finding humans find theirs.
Lasse Hallström’s new film, A Dog’s Purpose, gives one dog a chance to his story in his own words. Sounds awkward or comical, but as the trailer shows, it’s really kinda charming. Check it out after the jump.
The Hundred-Foot Journey is kind of an opposite of recent sleeper hit The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – an Indian family comes to Western Europe and cultures clash. A superb cast and some really elegant food make for an intriguing recipe.