“Show Dogs” is much like the girls flick “Miss Congeniality” but set in a dog show world, and like Miss congeniality will not be everyone cup of tea.
Even by the low standards of this type of live-action, family friendly comedy, “Show Dogs” is especially lame. This is not a movie I would take the kids to the theater and watch but its a great movie for “Family night. ”
This movie was clearly made to shine the light on black-market pets. Poaching for the exotic pet business, from talking parrots to nocturnal primates, harms millions of wild animals and threatens their populations. In this case the endangered animal is a Panda bear. In this movie look for the animals to be the main characters and the humans to be the trusty sidekicks in the story.
ABOUT THE MOVIE
Worlds collide in this fast pace kids action movie about a police dog named Max is assigned to work with his human Frank from the FBI agent for the first time. The Duo is on a mission to return a panda who was kidnapping. When the movie starts both Max and Frank are loners. The two uncover information about where a panda will be sold on the black market in Las Vegas at a prestigious dog show competition. With this, Max and Frank dive into a world and partnership that’s foreign to both of them. As a result, hilarity ensues.
As a movie intended to entertain young children, SHOW DOGS achieves its intended purpose. It’s a lighthearted action comedy that’s light on violence while keep the attention of younger viewers. Conservative viewers will really like this movie.