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BeethovenThe movie revolves around an adorable puppy named Beethoven, who promptly grows up into 185 pounds of romping, drooling, disaster-prone St. Bernard. Nevertheless, the family still rallies behind Beethoven when an evil veterinarian attempts to kidnap him.
Actors of "Beethoven"
Characters of "Beethoven"
Directors of "Beethoven"Brian LevantBirthdate: 6 August 1952, Highland Park, Illinois, USA
Creators of "Beethoven"John HughesBirthdate: 18 February 1950, Lansing, Michigan, USAAmy Holden Jones
Critic Reviews of "Beethoven"VarietyMarch 26, 2009
Rallies at the end to prevent chaperoning adults from feeling their time was completely wasted.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Elevated from the doldrums of Digby-esque sentimentality by a surprisingly bouncy script, the film is also redeemed by regular interludes of acerbic dialogue and a brace of fine supporting performances.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
Beethoven is no classic, but it's a sunny, energetic children's film with a good notion of what young audiences like.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
A waggish tale of canine chicanery, an uproarious if impawsible symphony of drool, doggy fidelity and chewed shoes.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
It's the kind of clever, innocuous family entertainment that's always in short supply.Antagony & EcstasyNovember 21, 2011
A family comedy about a wacky & destructive St. Bernard that is totally without any merit whatsoever.Common Sense MediaJanuary 02, 2011
A sloppy but lovable pooch of a movie.TV GuideAugust 12, 2009
A safely banal concoction in the tradition of the bland live-action Disney features cranked out during the Magic Kingdom's dispirited years after Walt's death.Film4May 16, 2006
Kids will 'ooh' and 'aah' over the shaggy, doe-eyed doggy as it demolishes the family home, but grown-ups should stay on the sofa and enjoy the acerbic asides which distinguish this offering from the glut of cute mongrel movies.Juicy CerebellumMarch 24, 2005
I love dogs, but still had trouble getting through this.Kansas City KansanOctober 25, 2004
Overbearing (actually overdogging) family comedy.Movie Mom at Yahoo! MoviesSeptember 16, 2004
Anti-working mom bias gives a sour feeling to an otherwise innocuous dog movie.
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