Creative Kids Brisbane has 7 family passes to giveaway for the new children’s movie Show Dogs, in cinemas July 5.
Synopsis - After a failed attempt to recover a stolen baby panda, Canine Officer MAX (a rugged, lone wolf Rottweiler) must reluctantly team-up with a human FBI Agent, FRANK and go undercover at the site of the thieves’ next target: the renowned Canini Invitational Dog Show in Las Vegas – the pinnacle of dog shows. The two alpha loners find themselves strangers in a land of doggie pedicures, Botox, Brazilian waxes and gold plated fire hydrants. If they hope to rescue the baby panda and crack the case, they must set aside their machismo and learn to work as partners.
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Winners will be drawn Friday 13th July at midday, and can pick up their tickets from our West End Studio over the weekend!
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out 5th July.
Show Dogs (2018)
Directed by: Raja Gosnell
Starring: Will Arnett, Ludacris, Natasha Lyonne, Jordin Sparks, Gabriel Iglesias, Shaquille O’Neal, Omar Chaparro, Stanley Tucci.
My rating: 4/10
Cudos to this film for trying to be better than it is. It delivered itself with a lot more passion than other talking animal flicks. ~P
Show Dogs (2018): Show Dogs is a family comedy about Max, a New York police dog who must go undercover at a dog show in Las Vegas to find a missing panda that is about to sold on the black market. The cast is made up of Will Arnett, Natasha Lyonne, and the voices of Ludacris, Gabriel Iglesias, and Stanley Tucci, each with varying levels of enthusiasm; Arnett is coasting through the film with his performance and Lyonne is perfectly serviceable. The voice cast seem to be enjoying themselves, Ludacris especially with a perfectly fine vocal performance. The dogs are both trained animals and CGI and neither are really that impressive, the actual dogs look uninterested and the CGI looks too cartoonish but at least young kids will enjoy it. There's a group of badly animated, unfunny pigeons that have way to much screen time also. The script is flat out lazy, knowing full well this film is targeting a very young audience; it goes through the generic motions of any screenplay, puts no effort in hiding who the villain is or delivering non-clichéd dialogue. It's not completely bereft of quality however, about 40 minutes in there's a 2 minute period where 4 decent jokes are told consecutively, it doesn't get much better than that though. It does get a little surreal with its humour in a couple instances that will entertain purely on being weird. Despite no really effort being put in, Show Dogs offers a few instances of quality but not much else; young audiences will love it for sure but it doesn't get a pass for being a kids' movie. It's cliché, poorly animated, and lazily written, but it could've been a lot worse. Rating: 2.9.