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Hotel for DogsAfter moving into a foster home that forbids pets, siblings Andi and Bruce must quickly find a home for their dog, They attempt to hide their dog at an abandoned hotel but later they have to take in other dogs to avoid the dogs being taken away by two cold hearted animal pound workers and police officers too.
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Characters of "Hotel for Dogs"
Directors of "Hotel for Dogs"Thor FreudenthalBirthdate: 20 October 1972, West Berlin, West Germany
Creators of "Hotel for Dogs"Jeff LowellBirthdate: November1973, New York, USARobert Schooley
Critic Reviews of "Hotel for Dogs"Time OutFebruary 12, 2009
True, there's only the merest suggestion of an education system for these juveniles, but credibility's secondary when you've got lots of dogs doing cute stuff.Los Angeles TimesJanuary 22, 2009
All in all it's a very pleasant way to spend the afternoon with a bunch of kids.At the MoviesJanuary 20, 2009
Will the kids like it? Yeah, probably. Will the parents tolerate it or enjoy it? Probably not.Wall Street JournalJanuary 16, 2009
It's sad to see a promising fantasy turn into yet another industrial-scale fantasy-delivery system that beats up on its audience with mindless intensity and undercuts its own humanity.USA TodayJanuary 16, 2009
The human dramas are less involving [than the dogs'], and a pair of teen romances feel like something on the Disney Channel.EDGE BostonDecember 13, 2009
Undemanding tykes will gets their giggles flowing with the Rube Goldberg-style contraptions invented for the dogs.Reel Film ReviewsJuly 26, 2009
...unapologetically geared towards younger viewers...NewsBlazeMay 08, 2009
All that matters is that the loose ends of this sweet, kids-outsmart-the-adults fable are ultimately tied together nicely in a fashion certain to satisfy the average five year-old by the time the closing credits roll.Laramie Movie ScopeMay 07, 2009
Not bad. It is funny and touching at times, even though the premise is pretty close to impossible.DVDTalk.comMay 04, 2009
You'll admire the doggie tricks and tolerate the rest, which is both the best and worst thing that can be said about it.Boston PhoenixApril 23, 2009
In Thor Freudenthal's heartwarming wag based on Lois Duncan's book, the strays aren't your usual mangy curs but well-groomed pedigreed show dogs who're aw-shucks cute.
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