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Plot: When a radio falls from the sky into the hands of a wide-eyed Tibetan Mastiff, he leaves home to fulfill his dream of becoming a musician, setting into motion a series of completely unexpected events. Runtime: 90 mins Release Date: 24 Feb 2017
Cats and dogs instinctively do not like each other, and Bodi, the Mastiff, and a cat named Angus Scattergood, an aging rock star, were no exception at the beginning of their time together. Bodi left his home on the mountain to pursue a career in rock 'n roll, and Angus, with an inflated ego and an emancipated underweight physique, dreaded writing a new song which was so desperately needed to revive his flailing career.The animated film "Rock Dog" was not a Disney movie, nor a DreamWorks, nor any other big movie studio movie, but it worked like a dream in my eyes. Lying in our <more>
reclining seats two rows from the front, my beautiful 10-year old granddaughter Hannah and I laid our eyes for the next 80 minutes on the screen that projected before us. At times I cried, at times I sang quietly and almost all the time I was dancing with my shoulders, my feet, my hands. I LOVED this movie more than she did.Bodi's father was one that is characteristic... he wanted Bodi to follow in his footsteps, and his particular footsteps were walking back and forth guarding their mountain home from wolves. He tried and tried to train him, but Bodi wanted to be a rock 'n roll guitarist in a band. Finally, he gave in and told Bodi to go to the big city and follow his dreams.His dreams eventually became reality and his adventures that preceded involved sharply dressed wolves, a low rider black Cadillac, a bunch of colorful characters and so much more. The message of the movie was clear. Do what you need to do to make YOUR life what YOU want it to be. Don't just go with the flow or the status quo. Be yourself. Everyone exceeds at something. No two people are the same. Use your uniqueness and follow your dreams!!
I was looking for a movie that is clean and fun for my child to watch. We had already watched a couple and I saw this one and thought it might just be cheesy humor but I was wrong. This movie has a lot of lessons that kids and adults alike can learn from. Clean, fun and awesome every minute!
Great Music-Themed Animated Family Film (by lindseyflagg)
I'm not really sure where all the negative reviews for this film are coming from. I am not the biggest animated film fan AT ALL, but I really found Rock Dog to be enjoyable. The music was fun mostly thanks to Adam Friedman , the characters were funny and generally likable, the story was creative, AND my 2-year-old niece loved it. I do love music, so for me, an animated film about music was much appreciated. I highly recommend this one, especially for families. Not sure why others don't.
Doggone Inspirational (by kathleenw-53163)
One night, in the midst of finals week, we stumbled upon this unique tale of a courageous canine. Did we go into this with high expectations? Not really, but boy were our minds blown. Bodi's empowering optimism and commitment to his dream were pawsitively enlightening. This little dog with a big heart demonstrated the power of individually and being true to yourself. Bodi's relationship with his father was strained, but he did not allow his creativity to be crushed by the expectations of those around him, which is a great message for anyone. Every character is not only complex, but <more>
also adorable. Unfortunately, we felt the need to deduct one star from our rating. One half star because the title dog did actually rock enough for our taste. To be clear, this is not due to our dislike of the music, but its failure to fit into the "rock" genre. Another half star because neither of us quite understood why the sheep needed to be sheared only to be clothed once again in their own wool, this time in sweater form. Overall, Rock Dog is an underrated tale of self discovery. When times are ruff, you can count on Rock Dog to unleash your inner fire.
Interesting story, although obvious crime. (by Exenon541)
It's based on becoming a musician right? & in the disappointment when someone gets their success, someone will be coming to tear down the whole thing right til it's no longer going. But I gotta say, becoming a musician is kind of my thing I wish to be doing too, that's not a bad choice, in fact it can be pretty entertaining, it's just so obvious these days, you can't see anything new about it. So basically this was quite an adventurous encouragement for the real goal. I'm going to admit, this was good, not that I'm tired of seeing movies like this, but it's <more>
getting too obvious now.So yeah. We're just starting to notice all this too soon. Like I said. 9/10.
As a Rock musician, I find the concept of any film portraying an aspiring musician chasing their dream intriguing. I went and saw this film at the theater, and I must say I was not disappointed. The animation may be a bit on the simplistic side compared to most animated films, but the characters are cute, fun, and most of them are likable in one way or another. Of course, the concept of the film itself has been done before, but I feel like this movie does it in a relatively original way, and there's another group of characters, the antagonists, making the story a little more interesting. <more>
There are several humorous moments, but the film doesn't completely revolve around humor. There are several heartwarming moments. A few moments you'll feel disappointed or empathetic towards the characters, and overall, if you can get into the film, I think it's a great balance of emotions. And I love "Glorious", the song that plays at the end.The only critical thing I have to say about it is that it felt a little unfinished. Not in a sense that there were unanswered questions or anything, but I felt like the ending was a bit rushed, and when it was over, I found myself wishing there was more.I love the message this movie sends and how it portrays the power of music. I also admire that this movie is honest in the sense that there are a lot people in this world that aren't going to be nice to you and try to downplay your dream. This is a story that shows you can beat the bad guys with music, and "if you work hard enough and you want it bad enough, dreams do come true" - Mark Wahlberg, RockstarOne thing's for sure, if I had saw this movie as a kid, it would have inspired me Heck, in a way, it did at 23 years old, lol , and I hope it's able to inspire at least a few young music lovers with the same dream as Bodi.
I went to go see rock dog, having very little knowledge and expectations of the movie. After sitting in my chair for 90 min I thought "Despite some clichés, it was better then I hoped for it to be." I saw the movie to be more fun and heartfelt then funny but it does have humor the whole family can enjoy.
Much better then I had thought (by SimplySapphic)
I saw the trailer for this, which played along with the trailer for Sing, which I think may have hurt the ratings for this partially. Both cliché movie ideas that BOTH turned out to be well done in the end. I thought I wouldn't watch either, but did, but I do find I like this movie better than Sing- primarily because of Sing being another American Idol, Got Talent, etc reminiscent flick/show and piggybacking on that old hype. Rock Dog has clichés, but it's certainly more heartfelt and uplifting, you can't help but adore Bodi's cheerful attitude and blissful innocence. The <more>
last couple end songs were pretty good, too, which is also surprising. I give this movie a rating of 8 / 10 because I would have preferred perhaps a few different voice actors better suited and the animation models to have more variety within species- say, the crocodiles. Not that I expect it to be as diverse as the heavily funded Zootopia, which had each shown character/background character in the film with its own character sheet and specialized design/sculpt and even gait; I just wish there had been a bit more variation in some of the designs; it makes sense, I suppose, for the sheep to be over simplified to push the purposeful trope. I digress. . .It's a simple storyline that we've seen before with simple character models/sculpts, but it's heartfelt, sometimes comedic, with a bout of passion- it's a truly good feel movie that all ages can enjoy, I recommend it for a rainy day that needs a pep talk.
This movie was given no promotion whatsoever in Australia and so I watched this with my children 14 and 11 with no expectations.While the movie didn't break any new ground, it was entertaining, family-friendly and quite fun overall. The kids enjoyed it and there was enough humour to keep the parents happy too. When I came online to recommend it, I was quite shocked to see the low ratings and critical reviews - although the financial flop explains why it never made it to cinemas or even rated a mention locally.Rock Dog isn't brilliant - this isn't 'Kubo' or a Pixar <more>
classic. But it's fun, family entertainment and for that audience, it's definitely worth a watch.