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A dog goes on quest to discover his purpose in life over the course of several lifetimes with multiple owners.
ActorsStarring: Dennis Quaid, Britt Robertson, Josh Gad, K.J. Apa, Juliet Rylance, John Ortiz, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Peggy Lipton, Bryce Gheisar, Pooch Hall, Luke Kirby, Logan Miller, Gabrielle Rose, Caroline Cave, Nicole LaPlaca, Michael Patric, Michael Bofshever, Primo Allon, Kalyn Bomback, Brooke Warrington, Peter Kelamis, Jane McGregor, Robert Mann, Ron Verwymeren, David J. Lyle, Kelly-Ruth Mercier, Cory Wojcik, Ross Douglas Noble, Andrew W. Nolan, Jordan Butterill, John C. MacDonald, Kwesi Ameyaw, Dean Monroe McKenzie, Brent Holtzman, Paul Jarrett, Christopher Pearce, Violet Haas, Darcy Higginbotham, Danesha Lee, Dan De Jaeger, Anita Daher, Reine Lecuyer, Rayna Ens-Armstrong, Mackenzie Thornton, Avery Thompson, Aidan Ritchie, Kenyan Alexander Walcot, Treyton Augustus Walcot, John Bluethner, James Janssens, Paul Griggs, Grant Burr, Tom Young, Ronald Boyd Johnson, Alicia Johnston, Chris Webb, Naomi Frenette, Jim Kirby, Evan Martin, Tyson Wagner
Critic Reviews About A Dog’s Purpose
Director Lasse Hallstrom specializes in emotional, feel-good fare that can make audiences cry, and this tearjerking drama is no exception.
Sandie Angulo Chen
Common Sense Media
You don’t need an animal-rights group’s boycott to give you permission to avoid A Dog’s Purpose. You can skip it just because it’s clumsily manipulative dreck.
Along with its unabashed appeal to sentimental memories of childhood pets, this film revels in mom-and-apple-pie nostalgia for an America that no longer exists, if it ever existed.
Mr. Hallström’s graceful touch serves both species equally well; the humans on screen enhance the presence of their faithful canines.
Wall Street Journal
A Dog’s Purpose is the kind of movie Christian moviegoers often say that we’d like to see: a sweet story that doggedly avoids gratuitous content.
Adam R. Holz
Director Lasse Hallström — whose “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale” demonstrated the filmmaker’s skill and soft heart for dog tales — does a serviceable job of managing the action.
By the end, I was worn out by all the selfless devotion, all the joyous running across meadows and wheat fields while the camera soars as high as a dog’s love for his human.
Farran Smith Nehme