Treasure Hounds (2017)

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Moving into his late grandfather's house, young Jack inherits the old man's dog, Skipper (Norm MacDonald) - who can talk! With the sassy pooch's help, Jack learns that Grandpa left a ... See full summary »


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26 January 2019 | anya723
5
| Cute movie, the acting is not the absolute best, but my 3 year old son loves it
So, my 3 year old son just loves this movie to pieces. Not entirely sure why... probably the talking dog had something to do with it. The two new friends that boy meets in the movie are on the weird side but friendly and there's some cheesy humor in the movie. I kinda feel like there should have been more talking critters in the movie. Heck, if they'd turned all the kids into talking critters as a part of a curse that breaks when finding the hidden treasure that'd have made the movie more bareable for me to watch over and over with my kid. The cat in the beginning talks and then that character disappears, I would have liked some more chat between the dog and the cat further along in the movie. All in all, kids will dig this movie. Parents, on the other hand may want to dig a hole for this movie and never set eyes on it again.

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