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Current Rating: 3.57

Current Rating: 3.57

based on 348 votes and 133 reviews

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  • 5 stars Great movie!!
  • 4 stars it was delightfully entertaining. Wife and I cried, laughed, reminded me of all the dogs That I've had in my life. Great date movie, great kids movie.
  • 4 stars Loved it - great for the whole family
  • 5 stars Love it and I love ?? my dog so much
  • 5 stars Loved it even though i cried through half of it. I would see it again.
  • 5 stars Amazing made me cry
  • No stars for animal abuse. Anybody with a heart for animals should boycott this excuse for a movie.
  • 5 stars Very good movie.Put a tear in my eye when dog dies. Best dog movie since old yeller.
  • 5 stars I was skeptical about going to this movie as I'm not a particular dog lover but We both liked this movie a lot. A good story and didn't look at my watch once, which tells me it didn't sag. Just one thing ... I found the transition from one life to the next a little confusing at first, but to be honest I don't know how else they could have conveyed this.
  • 5 stars I can't believe how many people are rating this poorly based on animal abuse accusations - do you not watch the news?? They have already proven the video was pieced together by tmz and the movie producers have been cleared by outside agencies. Wow, at least get your facts straight before you accuse people of such a horrible crime. I hope you're never in the situation where people judge you without the facts. Being self-righteous doesn't automatically make you right.

A Dog's Purpose

Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Family | Running Time:  120 min.
In theatres: January 27, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 3.57
based on 348 votes and 133 reviews
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Cast: Dennis Quaid, Britt Robertson, K.J. Apa, John Ortiz, Juliet Rylance, Luke Kirby, Peggy Lipton, Pooch Hall, Josh Gad