Max

2015

Action / Adventure / Drama / Family / Fantasy / War

40
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 35%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 72%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 22711

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Robbie Amell as Kyle Wincott
Lauren Graham as Pamela Wincott
Thomas Haden Church as Ray Wincott
Josh Wiggins as Justin Wincott
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816.81 MB
1280*534
English
PG
23.976 fps
1hr 51 min
P/S 6 / 35
1.69 GB
1920*800
English
PG
23.976 fps
1hr 51 min
P/S 5 / 24

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by liveyanne 10 / 10

For the dog lovers-a warmhearted tale of heroism

Going into view the movie, I had low expectations. I thought it was just going to be another boring kiddie movie. Boy, was I wrong!! This movie is action packed and intense. It kept me on the very edge of my seat the whole duration. There is some serious suspense to say the least. Not only that, but it's a real tear jerker. Good luck getting through this movie without becoming teary eyed at least once. I ended up falling in love with the dog Max and admired his loyalty toward his family. It really portrays how dogs are wonderful creatures at heart and brilliant judges of character. It's funny how one dog can make such a great impact. If you love dogs, warmhearted family stories, and tales of heroism then don't miss out on this one!

Reviewed by larkinoz-96386 8 / 10

A Worthy Tribute to Dogs at War

This is a fine dog movie and good for the family without foul language and sex. Movies like this are so important because they remind us of how important dogs and other fellow animals are to us and how many of our human lives they have saved. Throughout history we have used animals like dogs, horses - even pigeons - to aid us in wars. Many thousands have been killed or slaughtered. Some have been recognised as the heroes they are but all to often these dear and faithful friends have been regarded as "things" and not sentient beings with feelings and emotions, beings that give us unconditional love and obedience. There have been better dog movies made in the past but Max is good and worth watching. Max is also a tribute to war dogs generally and hopefully will open some minds to the close relationship that exists between man the animal and his other animal friends.

Reviewed by korgman-13117 8 / 10

I Expected Something Different But I Loved The Movie

Don't let those Rotten Tomato critics sway you. This was a great movie and I am an adult who is also a veteran and German Shepherd Dog owner. While I thought it was going to be more about the dog adapting to civilian life it was something a lot different. I still liked the story and action scenes with the dog. The storyline actually had me guessing which I like in a movie. Even though most of the main characters were kids, it took me back to my days as a kid and when I had my first dog. Anyway, this movie will hopefully show people that dogs are actually very smart creatures and how we as humans need to find the best ways in order to provide them homes and prevent unwanted litters of pups. My dogs have never failed me while people have so many times. It's just a good feel good movie that people need to take in once in awhile.

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