A Dog's Way Home (2019) - Adventure, Drama, Family

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A female dog travels four hundred miles in search of her owner throughout a Colorado wilderness.

IMDB: 6.7
Director: Charles Martin Smith
Stars: Ashley Judd, Jonah Hauer-King
Length: 96 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 20 out of 150 found boring (13.33%)

One-line Reviews (38)

Cliché .

Harmless but pointless .

I took my daughter along who loves movies but often struggles with unexpected loud sounds, lack of a clear narrative and complex visual scenes because her vision impairment.

"A dog gets lost and must find its owner" what a dumb and cliche plot.

She was fine with a very bland script.

Predictable and boring .

Sorry for the spoilers but like others have said, save your money and watch the trailer.

Dont waste your time, avoid this movie.

The story/narrative is beyond basic and past the first half hour mind numbingly tedious as an adult.

Nearly made me cry about 12 times, felt good, really enjoyed it.

Pitbull propaganda at it's worst .

In fact, the same sex couple added the only spice to this bland as balls movie.

Slow, I hate this, its sooo dumb and predictable.

It's boring, has awful cgi, terrible performances, really bad script, less than competent cinematography, forgettable soundtrack, and an interesting enough idea for a story told in the worst way possible.

The different characters are so cliche it hurts.

One of the worst movies I ever saw and I seriously hope that the people involved (if they even were truly involved) stop making movies altogether and find a new job.

She picked up this storyline in great detail as it was presented with such a clear and compelling narration from Bella who is a beautifully natured and very lovable dog, as are her family members.

Terrible movie, don't waste your time .

it is very enjoyable.

Movie was kind of slow to be honest.

It may feel a little stark and contrived to older viewers.

Slow paced .

The execution is a bit too drawn out.

For Pete's sake, don't waste your time and avoid this movie, you'll thank me later.

From Jonah Hauer-King's bland Lucas, Ashley Judd's lifeless Terri, Edward James Olmos's homeless Axel or Alexandra Shipp's token love interest to Lucas Olivia, no humans in the film make much of an impact in the story and dilute any true investment in Bella's dangerous and adventure filled plight and more time spent developing these additions to the film could've gone a long way to making Home a more memorable and heartfelt story.

Fun And Exciting Dog Movie .

The fact that it is predictable lies in the nature of this type of film, so I expected that.

Boring, predictable, and dumb .

It was predictable and not good at what it is.

These are the tears that come from that sudden swelling of your heart that is so intense that it feels like it overflowed and pushed the tears right out of your eyes!

I just went and saw this little gem of a movie over the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it.

Maybe we just don't like the movie because it's a unsalvagable piece of trash, and I wish that I could get my 2 hours back, because the plot was boring, slow and predictable.

I highly recommend it.

My dog even enjoyed it.

If you really love dogs and have young kids you'll probably enjoy the film but the whole thing is just so pointless and so ridiculously far fetched at times.

If you love animals, you can't not enjoy the movie, but it's cliche after cliche .

Boring movie, not fun at all.

Complete waste of time