Dog park
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Format:
DVD, Videorecording, Projected Medium, Visual Materials
Publisher, Date:
Burbank, California : Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, [2017]
Description:
1 videodisc (91 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
digital optical surround Dolby audio 5.1
video file DVD video
Summary:
Romantic comedy with bite about a group of twenty-something dog owners who search for love and friendship at the Dog Park, the new meeting place for the nineties.
Audience Note:
MPAA rating: R; for sexuality and language.
System details:
DVD.
Cast:
Natasha Henstridge, Janeane Garofalo, Luke Wilson, Bruce McCulloch.
Credits:
Music, Craig Northey ; editor, Christopher Cooper ; director of photography, David A. Makin.
Language:
English dialogue; English or Spanish subtitles.
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Notes:
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1999.
16x9 wide screen (1.85:1).
  
Other Number:
984130543
Control Number:
3546001
  
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Former Kids In The Hall member Bruce McCulloch wrote and directed this comedy about the romantic tribulations of a group of Toronto twenty-somethings whose relationships with their dogs are more stable and long-lasting than their romances with people. Nice guy Andy (Luke Wilson) gets dumped by his girlfriend Cheryl (Kathleen Robertson) when she meets another man (Gordon Currie); worst of all, Cheryl also ends up with custody of Andy's dog. On the rebound, Andy meets Lorna (Natasha Henstridge), the host of a children's TV show, but she's too obsessed with her dog Peanut to pay Andy much mind. Keiran (Kristin Lehman), on the other hand, is a bit too enthusiastic for Andy, leading to yet another short-lived relationship. Cheryl ends up taking her dog (formerly Andy's dog) to a pet psychiatrist (Mark McKinney) who thinks that her promiscuity may be traumatizing the pooch. Meanwhile, Bruce McCulloch and Janeane Garofalo are cast against type as Jeff and Jeri, Andy's cheerful and annoyingly romantic friends. Although it was completed in 1998, Dog Park's U.S. release was delayed until September 1999 due to the film's sale to New Line Cinema; as a result, Bruce McCulloch's directorial debut hit theaters only a month before the scheduled release of his second film, Superstar. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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