Soccer Dog: European Cup | Full Movie
- 1h 25m
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When an unexpected accident leaves a young boy motherless, he must travel from America to live with his estranged father in Scotland. There he finds himself teaming up with a scientifically enhanced soccer-playing dog that has escaped from the evil scientists who designed him for more nefarious means. Father, son and the incredible soccer dog all band together to bring victory and pride to the downtrodden town.
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Common Sense Says
Odd father-son comedy has cute dog, mature themes.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Soccer Dog: European Cup is a 2005 comedy that briefly touches on three sensitive issues: scientific animal testing, the death of a 13-year-old's unmarried mother, and the fact that she never informed his father of the boy's birth. The plot focuses on belated father-son bonding. An adorable, highly intelligent, soccer-playing dog brings them together. Some action takes place in a Scottish pub. Two soccer teams get into a brawl. A dog is kidnapped but safely returned. Brief instances of "s--t" and "f--k" are hinted at but censored; language includes "marble-mouth," "doo-doo," "Yank," "coward," and "dung-smelling." Scottish accents may make it difficult for some kids to understand the dialogue.
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- Genre:Kids, Family, Comedy, Franchise, Sports
- Release Date:July 21, 2004
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD