A Dog’s Purpose Review

Having watched the trailer for A Dog’s Purpose, I knew the film was gong to give me a warm fuzzy feeling. The Plot The film is set spends the film in the simple mindset of a dog (voiced by Josh Gad), , who continues to be reincarnated every time it dies. The weirder part is that the dog remembers all of its memories and experiences from its past lives, but for some reason does not utilize them. Ethan and his mum were in town shopping when they saw a cute puppy locked in a car dehydrated in a car. They break the car window and end up keeping the dog. Ethan calls him Bailey. The film spends most of the time with Bailey and his first family. Ethan as a child finds solace and companionship with his dog while growing up in a tumultuous household. As Ethan grows older he… View Post

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The Boss Baby Review

We had seen the trailers and it looked like a funny film, so we were excited to finally get to see The Boss Baby. The Plot The film follows Tim an imaginative seven year old and his family. Life is good for Tim, until a new baby arrives, but this baby is not an ordinary baby. One morning Tim wakes up and looks out of the window to see a taxi arriving. Out of the taxi, appears a baby dressed in a suit. Tim runs downstairs to see what is going on to then be introduced to his new baby brother. From the moment Boss Baby enters the house he takes over the Templeton’s home. As Tim was an only child he soon gets jealous of his baby brother because he takes up all the time and attention of his parents. Tim discovers that Boss Baby can talk – and confronts him. Boss Baby tells Tim… View Post

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