Movie Cast: Josh Gad, Dennis Quaid, KJ Apa, Peggy Lipton, Juliet Rylance
Direction: Lasse Hallstrom
Duration: 1 hour 40 minutes
Story: Astonishingly this movie is narrated by the dog and how he is incarnated as a dog several times, and how he encountered so many humans.
Review: Bailey (Josh Gad), a red retriever, a protagonist and who is rescued by his young owner and his mom Elizabeth (Juliet Rylance). Bailey is instinctively connected to smells and that is due to Ethan and all American master of Ethan , has purpose of having girlfriend , winning school match ,getting drafted to college on the All – Star scholarship among the championed moments.
Bailey’s comes to a tearful end when he has to die but he is again born as a dog, one breed to another breed and thus he is incarnated as dog. After several incarnations, Bailey discovers some colourful insights of the humans and the dogs too.
It is quite an interesting experience from the Bailey’s point of view and while watching, A Dog’s Purpose, you will get several concessions. For the viewer point of view, this movie is a complete tear jerker and this has also brazenly blackmails you emotionally when it comes to the runtime of 1 hour and forty minutes, as after the tears, some things work in the favour too.
But the movie is crafted in the over sentimental position and nobody in the world torture the way; it is shown to the canines. We hope the in the movie shooting too, the canines are not being subjected to this.
And if you are dog lover, then you might eat your hands, in no time and if you are a cat – lover then you will be finding the scenes humorous and can enjoy with the family. Overall the movie is a pack sweet, sentimental and emotions.