In this road-trip comedy, two hard-charging former Army Rangers paired against their will – Briggs (Channing Tatum) and a Belgian Malinois named Lulu – race down the Pacific Coast in hopes of making it to a fellow soldier’s funeral on time. Along the way, they’ll drive each other completely crazy, confront the possibility that pet psychics are real, and begin to reckon with the one thing they were trained never to do: surrender.


42 thoughts on “Dog

  1. I'm back to add a further comment. After thinking about it more I'm actually kinda ticked off about this movie. Now that a movie has been made no one will attempt to cover this subject again (unless it is a documentary) so a real disservice was done. Movie could have had so much more depth as to what these dogs and handlers go through, how so many, many lives are saved by these dogs AND the huge problem with how the dogs are treated after their service. It is a little better now but still has FAR to go. In the past most of the dogs were simply put down or (even worse) just left behind. Even when handlers wanted to take them home the services weren't interested in helping that happen.And yes I realize how some of the dogs might not easily fit into everyday life…but feel every effort should be made to allow them to retire and be treated with the respect they deserve.

  2. A touching and funny film about two war veterans, a man and a dog on a road trip to the funeral of the dog's former comrade in arms. Satisfying and heartfelt final 20 minutes is sure to please!

  3. The world needs more dog movies, especially war dog movies. They go straight thru to ppls hearts like greased lighting. Hollywood is getting a clue it seems.

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