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Current Rating: 3.64

Current Rating: 3.64

based on 414 votes and 155 reviews

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  • 3 stars A boy and dog are reunited in a very unusual way. Not great but good.
  • 5 stars I loved it
  • 1 stars The fact that they killed a puppy off in the first few minutes of the movie was a precursor of things to come. Too much animal abuse shown besides the water scene - leaving a puppy locked in a truck on a hot day, showing a puppy mill, chaining a dog outside with no shelter for years - emphasizes what goes on in real life for many dogs.
  • 5 stars I loved this movie so much it brought a lot of tears but otherwise it was a awesome movie I hope that everyone will notice the true meaning...
  • 5 stars Awesome movie it brings a lot of emotions but other whys it was great. Dog lovers will cry but probably adore the movie. Definitely watching it again
  • 5 stars Greta movie it has a real great meaning and it was emotional but was pretty fun to watch. Definitely watching it again!
  • 5 stars Great! Not what I expected. Many heart wrenching parts, a little slow starting but well worth the wait. All around GOOD movie. Thanks
  • 3 stars It was "good" - not great - not worth seeing in a theatre - definitely wait for DVD or rental / PPV etc. Cute movie, few emotional parts - dog lovers will shed some tears - no doubt.
  • 5 stars LOVED it!!
  • 5 stars I loved this movie. Everything about it brought emotion. A great storyline and well acted. I will see this movie again. A real uplifting tear jerker.

A Dog's Purpose

Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Family | Running Time:  120 min.
In theatres: January 27, 2017
Digital: April 18, 2017
DVD/BluRay: May 2, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 3.64
based on 414 votes and 155 reviews
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Cast: Dennis Quaid, Britt Robertson, KJ Apa, John Ortiz, Juliet Rylance, Luke Kirby, Peggy Lipton, Pooch Hall, Josh Gad