Zeus is back and ready for a new adventure. He may have landed himself in a military style obedience school due to some accidental bad behavior, but he’s still ready for action. This time he’s out to save Summer and catch some bumbling crooks.
I always loved movies with talking animals when I was a kid. It’s great to see the tradition continue with this series of movies. There is comedy, action and heart warming drama that will make this a family favorite.
The movie is rated PG for mild rude humor. I didn’t really notice anything out of the ordinary and think most of you (and your kids) wouldn’t either. Of course, use your own judgement when determining what’s best for your family.
The Dog Who Saved Summer is a fun movie that younger kids and older kids will enjoy!
The Dog Who Saved Summer
Release date 6/2/15
Synopsis: “When former police K-9 Zeus accidentally destroys an important party, the Bannister family decides it’s time to send him to obedience school. Classes start off on the wrong paw when the no-nonsense instructor Vernon and his Marine K-9 assistant Apollo fail Zeus on every lesson. Fearing the pound may be his next stop, Zeus and the Bannister children enlist help from a janitor who teaches them his unique training methods that could help Zeus win “Top Dog” at the school’s showcase. Meanwhile, a familiar trio of bumbling burglars is planning a daring diamond heist. Zeus must outsmart the thieves, as well as his hard-nosed instructor, in order to win the big tournament and foil the jewelry robbery before it’s too late.”
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