If you liked the previous movie “A Dog’s Purpose,” then by all means you should see this.
If you are a huge fan of dogs, then by all means you should see this.
If you find comfort in the idea that your dog that has already passed away could be reincarnated just for your benefit, then by all means you should see this.
If you are the target audience for this, then expect a crowd pleaser, and probably a tear jerker of a movie.
Kathryn Prescott is really good in her role, and plays a sympathetic character that I found myself really invested with what happens to her.
The plot progression moves at a good pace, and despite the many cliche moments, it wasn’t hard for the movie to keep my attention.
Kudos to the dog actors. What a talented cute bunch to see perform on screen.
Is it cheating if I say that every scene involving dogs are just the best ones in the movie?
Can’t really deny it, but it really is a derivative story.
There are some nitpicky plot things in this movie that kinda bugged me.
Story is arguably emotionally manipulative, and pandering.
Betty Gilpin’s character was much too cliche for my taste.
I never liked the nickname “Boss Dog”
In all honesty, they should have switched the titles. This movie should have been “A Dog’s Purpose,” while the previous one should have been “A Dog’s Journey.”
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