I loved this movie but it's so sad.
I watched this movie with my dad
and I saw a Little tear in
his eye.But I had two big tears.
I gave this a four stars because it's
BUT I still love it because it had
a Mountain lion but even with that
I Cried . Because she had to say goodbye to it.
That is when I had the Second tear.
But you should get it.
It was also two years before
she found Luke.
Do you want a tiny Little piece
By I hate the isel of dogs
The movie is so interesting but good but you would cry on the movie it is so weird tho because how would she know her way home after 2 and a half years like what the what it is crazy but it's good watch it it is interesting.
By SOSO MOVIE
DO NOT LIKE IT THAT MUCH IT WAS OK
By lds 🙂
The main guy is hot
Look, don't hate so much
I am a dog lover and was a bit disappointed by the movie but other than that I think it was decent. Why I wasn't pleased: I saw this shortly after 'A dogs purpose' and I loved that movie, though it made me cry. This movie made me kinda sad especially at the homeless guy part and the skier guy who was being nasty to his dog, but not a good cry sad. Just a depressed sad. Also, they did not give you enough character history to really appreciate the characters. In a dogs purpose, you knew Ethan and his family from the time Ethan was like 8. Here, you just suddenly are told that this kid Lucas who is like 17 already lives with his veteran mom. I'm not saying that was bad, I’m saying how they presented it wasn't well done. But not enough to give it 1 star.
This movie gay.
A dogs way home
By squishy girl brooklyn
I love this movie so much ❤️
A Kid's Film with a Little LGBT Message Tucked In There for Your Kids
Don't put two men in bed together in a kids' movie. That's a good Disney rule to live by. It appears Columbia Pictures thought it would be a good idea though. It's subtle, but there. And for five minutes of this film as the gay couple (bi-racial to be super politically correct) took on a pair of unwanted dogs, I was wondering with my wife whether Hollywood was going to speed up a lot of the super fun conversations we'd like to wait a lot longer to have with our young kids. Fortunately, it went over their heads, but left me asking, why?
I'm glad they asked TD Jakes (a well-known African American Pastor) to be an executive producer. Giving him the benefit of the doubt, I can only imagine what those husband and husband scenes might have looked like before he had input. I'm sure he wanted to take the whole thing out but figured it was better to have some influence than none.
Anyway, it goes without saying that pushing an LGBT message in a kids movie is objectionable to a large part of the population. Completely unnecessary in a kids' film like this. Typical Hollywood obliviousness, pushing an agenda in a movie targeted completely at kids.
So for Christians (or others) who are concerned with protecting their kids from the outlier cultural anomoly this film tries to lull viewers into accepting as norm, be warned to avoid this one. And be reminded that we shouldn't get too comfortable with letting Hollywood take the lead on deciding these issues for our kids. It's happening more and more frequently. It's a good reminder to me to be a responsible parent on movie night and check trusted sources before renting what appears to be a harmless kids' movie on the Apple TV.
And that's not the only objectionable thing about this movie from a filmmaking standpoint. I could go on and on, but it is the only thing that would cause me to take to iTunes to post a one-star review, mainly as a warning to those who care about these things.
To all the others who don't care, enjoy. It's a mindless film that will needlessly cater to your liberal biases and pull at the strings of your bleading hearts.
Hard Pass: Even for kids
If Homeward Bound is a 8, this movie is a 1. Squashed, flattened, rotten tomatoes. If I had to hear 'Go Home' one more time I just might scream and break the TV.