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See Spot Run (A Movie Review)


Starring David Arquette, Leslie Bibb, Michael Clarke Duncan, Anthony Anderson, Paul Sorvino, Joe Viterelli, Angus T. Jones, Steve Schirripa, Kimberly Hawthorne and Constance Marie.

Screenplay by Dan Baron.

Directed by John Whitesell.

Distributed by Warner Brothers Pictures. 95 minutes. Rated PG-13.

See Spot Run.

Run, Spot, run!

See the hideous movie coming up on the screen!

See a dog with less personality than the plush toy that will undoubtedly come out if this film lasts even a week in the theaters.

See David Arquette make an even bigger ass out of himself than he did in Ready to Rumble and those annoying 1-800-CALL-ATT commercials.

See Paul Sorvino play a mobster… for like the millionth time in his career!

See Michael Clarke Duncan lose all the acting goodwill he had built up with his solid performances in The Green Mile and The Whole Nine Yards.

See a 94-minute comedy that doesn’t have one single laugh.

See it sold as a family film because it has a cute dog and a cute kid, despite the fact that the violence and pratfalls in this movie shouldn’t be seen by anyone under fifteen-years-old. Or… for that matter, it shouldn’t be seen by anyone under a hundred-and-fifteen-years-old.

Run! Run! See the audience run out of the theater.

Run, audience, run! (3/01)

Dave Strohler

Copyright ©2001 All rights reserved. Posted: March 2, 2001.

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