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The Shaggy Dog

Struggling against having a normal life, Dave Douglas, a smart attorney at Los Angeles County, who after being infected by a secret serum by accident, finds himself transformed into a four legged sheepdog.
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Globe and Mail
March 10, 2006
The unruly pack of subplots make The Shaggy Dog much more convoluted than it needs to be.
Movie Metropolis
July 28, 2006
At least Fred MacMurray had the good sense to let the co-star playing his son turn into a dog. But this is a Tim Allen picture, so he does the honors himself.
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Film Journal International
February 06, 2007
A surprisingly touching family comedy with real emotion.
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Village Voice
March 10, 2006
Disney's tried-and-true slapstick material (est. 1959) is here given a heinously unimaginative interpretation by five screenwriters and a director who manages to squander the gifts of an absurdly overqualified supporting cast.
Reel Film Reviews
August 19, 2006
...better than one might've expected, primarily due to the enthusiasm with which Allen tackles his role...
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Seattle Times
March 10, 2006
Director Brian Robbins keeps the special effects and animatronics to a minimum, relying more often than not on real (albeit trained) dogs. That extra bit of authenticity is refreshing.
Christianity Today
September 01, 2006
A good-natured, sometimes silly family fun that will play especially well with the under-13 set.
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USA Today
March 10, 2006
The Shaggy Dog may not make you howl, but it does offer a few bona fide belly laughs, which is more than the last few Tim Allen movies could boast.
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Toronto Star
March 10, 2006
This is a classic family fun fare, likely destined for sequelhood.
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Denton Record-Chronicle
June 12, 2006
The film just translates the basic idea for a new generation under the ill-conceived notion that it was necessary.
Movies for the Masses
October 03, 2006
full review in Greek
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Ebert & Roeper
March 16, 2006
We've seen it a million times.
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