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Friday, April 4, 2014

*The Dog Who Saved Easter- Review and Giveaway*

Lionsgate Home Entertainment< available April 8th

**As the Bannisters get ready to go on a lavish family cruise, they send their beloved dog Zeus to a doggy day care. But Zeus' Easter vacation is interrupted by a trio of crooks out to sabotage the hound hotel and funnel their clients to a rival day care.
Rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for some rude humor.**

      This was a cute movie most definitely child related with a bit of suspense packed full of adorable pooches on the move to Save EASTER.  With Easter approaching this is an ideal Easter basket filler for those hard to surprise kiddos on your list. 

      My kidlets were in a movie coma the entire beginning to end of the movie and even watched it on multiple occasions afterwards. The plot I was concerned might be to advanced for a 4 year old but to my dismay she was totally understanding of the whole "good guy" bad guy" between the 2doggie day cares. Like any other suspense movie this keeps you on the run and not knowing how it was going to come out. Great movie for even the teens(at least in my home) it was enjoyable. The chicks that showed up were very cute through the movie.
Mario Lopez – TV’s “EXTRA!,” TV’s “Saved By The Bell”
Nicole Eggert – TV’s “Baywatch,” TV’s “Charles In Charge”
Dean Cain – TV’s “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman”
Elisa Donavon – Clueless, TV’s “In Gail We Trust”
Beverly Mitchell – TV’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” TV’s “7th Heaven”
Patrick Muldoon – Spiders, Starship Troopers
Catherine Hicks – TV’s “7th Heaven,” Child’s Play
Joey “Cocoa” Diaz – Grudge Match, The Longest Yard
Mindy Sterling – A ustin Powers Franchise, How the Grinch Stole Christmas
  • Audio Commentary with Director Sean Olson, Producer Peter Sullivan and Executive Producers Barry Barnholtz and Jeffrey Schenck
  • Stills Gallery
  • Behind-the-Scenes Featurette

Thank you to Lionsgate for the opportunity to review an advanced copy with my family. All opinions are 100% my own, receipt of product does not promise a positive review.**

I have a copy up for grabs!!!!!!!!!! Oh yes, a GIVEAWAY!! Raise your hand if this should be yours:)

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  1. I would keep it for my kids to watch!! Thank you!

  2. My granddaughter Gwen would love this.

  3. I would let my son watch it and then probably give it to our school.

  4. My daughters would really enjoy this!

  5. to my friends daughter

  6. I would keep it and watch it with my kids
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  7. I would put this in one of my children's Easter baskets. Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. It would go to my boy, he would love it and we would have to watch it over and over for awhile.

  9. I would give it to my 10 year old, she is an animal lover!

  10. I would be keeping this for family movie night!

  11. I would give this to my son and daughter. They love these Dog Who Saved Movies