PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama
A pair of young lovers flee their New England town, which causes a local search party to fan out to find them.
The dog is named "Snoopy", and the story is set in the debut year of the groundbreaking cartoon A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965). Rushmore (1998) and The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) also contain numerous "Peanuts" and Charlie Brown references.
Those sons of bitches, they got him right through the neck.
Suzy: Was he a good dog?
Sam: Who's to say? But he didn't deserve to die.
When Scout Master Ward enters Sam's tent at Camp Ivanhoe, he discovers that it's empty and that Sam has left via a hole in the side of the tent. The hole is covered by a map, but it's taped to the inside of the tent. If Sam had actually left via the hole, he would have no way to stick the map to the side of the tent, and if he had left via the tent door - which was zipped with the zipper-pull on the inside - there would be no reason for the hole in the first place.
During the final credits, Alexandre Desplat's music is vocally decomposed, like it was for the piece of classical music during the movie.
$522,996 (USA) (27 May 2012)
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