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CRITICS OF "The Shaggy Dog"
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Film Journal International
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February 06, 2007

A surprisingly touching family comedy with real emotion.
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Globe and Mail

March 10, 2006

The unruly pack of subplots make The Shaggy Dog much more convoluted than it needs to be.
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USA Today
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March 10, 2006

The Shaggy Dog may not make you howl, but it does offer a few bona fide belly laughs, which is more than the last few Tim Allen movies could boast.
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Ebert & Roeper

March 16, 2006

We've seen it a million times.
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Toronto Star
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March 10, 2006

This is a classic family fun fare, likely destined for sequelhood.
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Reel Film Reviews
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August 19, 2006

...better than one might've expected, primarily due to the enthusiasm with which Allen tackles his role...
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Movie Metropolis
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July 28, 2006

At least Fred MacMurray had the good sense to let the co-star playing his son turn into a dog. But this is a Tim Allen picture, so he does the honors himself.
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Christianity Today
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September 01, 2006

A good-natured, sometimes silly family fun that will play especially well with the under-13 set.
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Movies for the Masses
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October 03, 2006

full review in Greek
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Denton Record-Chronicle

June 12, 2006

The film just translates the basic idea for a new generation under the ill-conceived notion that it was necessary.
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Village Voice

March 10, 2006

Disney's tried-and-true slapstick material (est. 1959) is here given a heinously unimaginative interpretation by five screenwriters and a director who manages to squander the gifts of an absurdly overqualified supporting cast.
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Seattle Times

March 10, 2006

Director Brian Robbins keeps the special effects and animatronics to a minimum, relying more often than not on real (albeit trained) dogs. That extra bit of authenticity is refreshing.
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