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Red DogThe film is based on the legendary true story of the Red Dog, a nomadic red kelpie that won the hearts of hundreds of West Australian outback residents while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master.
Actors of "Red Dog"
Characters of "Red Dog"
Directors of "Red Dog"Kriv Stenders
Creators of "Red Dog"Daniel TaplitzLouis de BernièresBirthdate: 8 December 1954, London, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Red Dog"Time OutFebruary 21, 2012
It's not quite as blatant a tearjerker as some of its pooch-based predecessors, and frankly, it's all the better for it.Common Sense MediaAugust 06, 2013
Emotional dog tale features drinking, violence, and loss.Observer (UK)February 25, 2012
It's guaranteed to bring tears and laughter to popular audiences, and those who turn up their muzzles at it are on a canine to nothing.Radio TimesFebruary 24, 2012
Even hardened blokes will struggle not to choke back a few tears at the end.London Evening StandardFebruary 24, 2012
Pretty sappy stuff, but the film-makers use knowing humour to snare more cynical viewers and are well-served by the cast.Birmingham MailFebruary 24, 2012
I do like a good dog in a family movie.Little White LiesFebruary 24, 2012
Heart's in the right place, but very broad and quite irritating too.What CultureFebruary 24, 2012
Hollywood's own family fare could probably learn a little from this sweet-natured and surprisingly affecting Aussie hit.GuardianFebruary 23, 2012
Well, it's a doggy story for humans, anyway: an avowedly true-life tale that comes across like a well-meaning PG-certification of the real world.Shadows on the WallFebruary 23, 2012
Shamelessly enjoyable, this raucous Aussie movie keeps us laughing - and ultimately sniffling back the tears - as it recounts an urban myth.Daily Express (UK)February 22, 2012
All this is relayed in flashback and the storytelling is a tad episodic but it's exuberantly told, with some engaging characters and colourful visuals. Dog-lovers may even find themselves wiping away a tear or two.ViewLondonFebruary 22, 2012
Enjoyable, emotionally engaging doggy drama with likeable characters, a nicely structured script, a strong sense of place and terrific performances from a superb ensemble cast.
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