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Review: Is Channing Tatum’s new movie a Dog?

Dog is a road trip comedy-drama in which Tatum plays a former American soldier suffering from battle trauma who has to transport a former army dog to the funeral of its handlers funeral.  The Problem is the dog is suffering from PTSD.

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I was incredibly impressed by the story which sensitively handles post-war trauma in veterans and their animals without sensationalising, or being overly maudlin. There is a great balance between comedic moments and more sombre and emotional scenes. 

Channing Tatum performs his role expertly and creates a character who has some emotional baggage but is also sensitive and caring. His canine companion also performs brilliantly and is an admirable co-star. 

This is a very intelligently written film that is heartwarming with excellent performances. I highly recommend it.   

So how did I score it?

Acting   8/10

Story/Script    8/10

Cinematography    8/10

Set/Costumes    8 /10

Entertainment   8 /10

That gives Dog an average of 

Average     8/ 10

DOG

Starring: Channing Tatum, Reid Carolin, Peter Kiernan, Gregory Jacobs, Brett Rodriguez

Directed by: Channing Tatum, Reid Carolin

Duration: 101 minutes

Opens in Australia and New Zealand – 17th March 2022

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