Daniel and the Superdogs
- MPAA Rating:
- Not Rated
- 102 mins
- Dorothée Berryman, Claire Bloom, Annie Bovaird, Wyatt Bowen, Annie Chaplin, Samantha E. Cutler, Patrick Goyette, Matthew Harbour, Andrée Lachapelle, William Phan, Jan Rubes, Jamie Scavone, Herb Williams
- André Mélançon
Content at a Glance
man shoots at dog; bloody body of dog that was hit by a car
disrespectful attitude against others; boy and girl play pranks on each other
Eleven year-old Daniel is devastated after the sudden death of his mother. Receiving little comfort from his workaholic father, he finds support in his best friend Colin and William. Together, the boys decide to train a dog for the upcoming Superdogs competition. But with his father forbidding Daniel from seeing his mischievous buddies, the three boys will have their work cut out to transform their lovable pooch into a winner!
This film tells a story of loss, growing up, and relationships. Not only the kind between humans, but also between pets and their owners. After the loss of his mother, Daniel becomes angry and destructive, while his father becomes a work-a-holic, trying to cope with the death of his wife. But with his friends, Daniel also shows that there is an emotional connection between the family and their show dog.
This is a heartwarming story of friendship and healing. We award this movie with the Dove :Family-Approved” 12+ seal.
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