'Show Dogs' Is What Happens When Dogs Write Scripts

Jodi Smith | Industry | January 17, 2018

What even is Will Arnett’s career right now? Or Alan Cumming’s? Or Stanley Tucci’s? How has it come to this?

Will Arnett is a cop forced to team up with an undercover agent to rescue a baby panda that was stolen by animal smugglers. That undercover agent? A DOG VOICED BY CHRIS “LUDACRIS” BRIDGES THAT MUST INFILTRATE A DOG SHOW. I wish I was making this up, because it would apparently be made by Hollywood and I could use the cash.

You have your dogs with various voices and personalities, jokes about the waxing of the genital area, fart jokes, horrible special effects, and the director of The Smurfs all rolled together to make one horrible movie. If Woody Woodpecker hadn’t been made, this would be the movie created for the sole purpose of harming all children of the world.

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This movie is like drunken Mad Libs turned script and casting session.

It’s what happens when you make an obvious joke that your boss doesn’t get and instead loves, forcing you to make it a reality.

This is what happens when you get high on Sudafed and try to cover the Westminster Dog Show.

If Furries wrote movies, this would be their first attempt at breaking into the mainstream without raising too much suspicion.

This movie is what happens when dogs watch Miss Congeniality and then gain the power to dictate a script to Siri.


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