See Spot Run

See Spot Run
See Spot Run
  • PG
  • 1h 35m
  • 2001
Rotten23%
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Mail carrier Gordon Smith prides himself on his ability to handle any canine along his route. But he meets his match in a crime-fighting superdog fleeing the FBI, the witness protection program and the mobsters who all See Spot Run. The day Smith (David Arquette) offers to baby-sit his beautiful neighbor's (Leslie Bibb) son, the runaway bulldog finds sanctuary in Smith's mail truck--on the lam from both FBI agent Murdoch (Michael Clarke Duncan) and the drug lord the dog can finger--sparking a wildly comic adventure that will forever change both man and dog.

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

TOMATOMETER®
Rotten23%
Critics Consensus: See Spot Run has all the elements chidren enjoy in a movie: a lovable dog, bad things happening to stupid adults, and lots of dog poop. For adults, it's either hit-or-miss.
Reviews
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Jeff Strickler
Rotten

Adults will find little to entertain them, but at least it's not an ordeal to sit through.

June 17, 2017
Globe and Mail
Liam Lacey
Rotten

There are eight credited writers on this rapidly paced jumble of a movie, which could be a record....

June 17, 2017
BBC.com
Almar Haflidason
Fresh

June 17, 2017
BBC.com
Michael Thomson
Rotten

It is possible, in fact highly probable, that the writers of this movie are as idiotic as the fat-...

June 16, 2017
USA Today
Susan Wloszczyna
Fresh

Feebly mixes gangster spoof, buddy flick, Home Alone horseplay, animal adventure and wan romance,...

June 16, 2017
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Too dumb and too vulgar for anyone.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this movie has some mild language, as well as offensive terms like "retarded," testicle and dog poop "humor," and scenes of mild comic violence (lots of property destruction, no one hurt). Some families may be concerned about Benny telling Gordon that he should not get involved with a woman who has a child. And some will object to the anti-intellectualism of the movie, which seems to promote an irresponsible all play and no work point of view.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Action, Comedy, Family
  • Release Date:March 2, 2001
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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