Although, the dog doesn’t die in “A Dog’s Way Home”, you don’t forget to take along some Kleenex as an assignment helper for all the emotional moments in this film. If you have a dog, no one else could understand the feelings of unconditional love and strong both with your four-legged friend. As soon as you come home they start running towards you jumps and hugs you, because you mean so much to them. When we need to put them down just to end their agony, it hurts as much as we love them.
Charles Martin Smith the director of this movie who worked as an actor in one of the time great movies about nature adventure, 1983’s Never Cry, Wolf. This new movie “A Dog’s way home” is truly family-oriented and heart-warming with a little bit of thrill and fun. Movie exactly knows what to offer in such a genre of movies and more or less it gives to its great audience.
Bella, a cute pit-bull mix with four legs is the heroine of the movie, who first met Lucas (Jonah Hauer King) under a surrendered house with cats’ litter. Lucas works at a VA hospital, decided to take her to his Afghan war vet mother (Ashley Judd) both as a family pet, and a soft lively gesture. The main obstacle beside a wardrobe brimming with bit up shoes is the city of Denver where they live. Denver has a strict law of no pit-bulls, hence, they were forced to torn separated when both became inseparable.
Bella is sent off to New Mexico to some friend’s relatives. At her new home, she misses Lucas and his cheese treats, hence decides to find her way back to him. This incredible journey of Bella to her home is eventful where she met phony-looking CGI Baby Cougar, faces many threats such as an avalanche and packs of wolves. Her journey back to her loving human partner is an uphill task.
It can’t be said who is more victimized in “A Dog’s Way Home,” the city of Denver, Colorado, or the crowd who needs to sit through it. Denver’s citywide pit bull boycott is one of the perspectives that deserves some scrutiny. But, the knowledge that this absurd and humorless movie is just a toned third of Bruce Cameron’s growing puppy cuts deeper than any dog bite. Denver isn’t the main city that ought to consider a city-wide boycott.
This film is not a sequel to Bruce Cameron’s “A Dog’s Purpose” released a year ago, pursue an alternate humanized dog, and this time, she remains in one body. The First movie followed a solitary dog soul all through various rebirths, a premise that took into for a variety of pup adorableness. However, it necessitated a few dogs during the painful movie time. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) also protests against the launching of the movie “A Dog Purpose” in January 2018, when a leaked video from the set shows how a German shepherd nearly drowned making a stunt.
Bryce Dallas Howard is the one who put the voice to pitbull heroine Bella who struggles through the pointless content with about as much flavor as a bit of cardboard. Howard can’t be blamed over the content, actually, it uses one variation on the same joke as the only way of humor creation; the way Bella, a puppy, accepts human language into her vernacular. A few dogs have this fondness for wanting to follow any animal that comes in the way. In Bella’s situation, it was a Squirrel. Tragically, AnimalControl has altogether different principles set up than Bella’s Squirrel rule. Lucas trains Bella on “Go Home” command. Bella sees everything as a game, regardless of whether it’s Stop it, don’t bite shoes, a small piece of cheese, or Snow-do your business, and so forth.
“A Dog’s Way Home”
As animal control nails down the sled, it simply means Bella has to found something out of Denver so that Bella can have liberty. A place is found in Golden, but Bella in the meantime taken to New Mexico. However, she learned how to play “return home” when Lucas and Olivia arrive. It may take over two years however Bella some way or another makes it back.
The Trailer of the movie also didn’t match as few scenes from a trailer don’t exactly have the same setting that we find in the movie. Such as mountain lion who might have ever felt that a dog and mountain lion, known as Big Kitten, could have an unbreakable bond. Although such a bond appears to be far-fetched, I really wanted to feel for Bella when she needed to say goodbye to her friend. Bella also has a way of seeing the sadness in eyes of Axel homeless veteran (Edward James Olmos) as in VA Hospital she did with Terri and other veterans. Sadly, he doesn’t behave well with her as one should with any animal. Here a content warning of animal abuse should be issued.
Bella is portrayed by Shelby when Bryce Dallas Howards make her voice. Shelby is too cute and if I could reach the screen and do her belly rubs I would do definitely. In American Graffiti, director Charles Martin Smith co-featured with Bryce Dallas Howard’s dad, Ron Howard. Another Charles Martin Smith associated with numerous movies is Ashley Judd. A member from Big Blue Nation, Judd depicted Lorraine Nelson in both Dolphin Tale films.
For a moment, back to Kleenex, we all know from the trailer of A Dog’s Way Home that Bella makes her way back home. What exactly we don’t know, is to what extent Bella has suffered from or what else will occur along the way. I can fairly state that by the end of the movie, my eyes were wet. Actually, this movie is quite different from A Dog’s Purpose. Matter of fact A Dog’s Way Home successfully manages to find a way to tug after our hearts.
Verdict: A touching film about the journey of a dog trying to find his way home through many tough trails. A must-see for any family with kids!
- A special film about a dog and his journey home
- Family friendly
- Similar films like this in the past
- Trailer revealed the whole story