An army ranger and his dog embark on a road trip along the Pacific Coast Highway to attend a friend's funeral.

  • Released: 2022-02-17
  • Runtime: 101 minutes
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
  • Stars: Channing Tatum, Kevin Nash, Q'orianka Kilcher, Jane Adams, Amanda Booth, Aqueela Zoll, Ronnie Gene Blevins, Cayden Boyd, Nicole LaLiberte, Skyler Joy, Neraida Bega, Trent Buxton, Timothy Eulich, Patricia Isaac, Luke Forbes, Cameron Hood, Mathew Trent Hunnicutt, Darren keilan, Neiko Neal, Joy Sunday, Alex West, Tom Beyer, Brett Holland, Everly Wild Goerdel, Luke Jones, JoAnne McGrath, Evan A. Dunn, Junes Zahdi, Jay Washington, Toby Larsen, Eric Urbiztondo, Andrea Zirio, Tory Freeth, Darin Keith Martin, Chris Borden, Mike Vaughn, Justin Louis Weiss, Jamaal Lewis, Aavi Haas, Andrew Constantini, Pablo Ramos, Ortensia Fioravanti, Devin White, Ethan Suplee, Bill Burr, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Ryder McLaughlin
  • Director: Channing Tatum, Reid Carolin
  • aceofchrist - 9 January 2023
    Wonderful Mix of Emotion
    This movie is a must for dog lovers everywhere!

    And as for emotional Rollercoasters?

    Yuppers, this film has it down pat, for sure!

    The saying goes that a Dog is Man's BEST FRIEND, but what happens when Man becomes a Dog's BEST FRIEND?

    In so many ways the dog in this movie reminds me of my own dog- PTSD brain- no matter how, it just is.... My dog wanted to tear me apart when we first met, but he sensed something in me that stopped him.

    A kindness, or maybe a kindred spirit?

    Anyhow, the dog in this movie reminded me of my first time meeting MY Oscar Buddy.

    This film had the ABSOLUTE PERFECT blend of comedy mixed with all the deep feelings associated with trauma and loss... including loss of purpose.

    It also builds on an idea that a choice can be made to save 2 lives instead of just 1 life... Maybe there is some spoiler alert here somewhere, if you can read between my lines 😉
  • mashqua - 5 December 2022
    Best movie of the year!!
    I can't stop watching this movie! It is so perfectly done-heartwarming, tragic, a love story (of sorts), dramatic and just all around beautifully done! I don't understand why it's not winning awards all over the place-in my mind- it's a true masterpiece! Channing Tatum gives an Oscar worthy performance-his character is so raw and real and made me laugh and cry. Lulu is perfect. This story of a broken man and a broken dog healing together is one that should be shared far and wide. Everyone who has had a dog touch their life, everyone who appreciates our veterans should watch this movie over and over-it's that good!