Funny. Funny. Funny.
This has got to be one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Two
shifty gentlemen (one played by the irreplaceable Jaleel White) steal a
car and find two dogs in the back locked in a cage. The not Jaleel
White shifty guy orders Mr. White to take the caged creatures and tells
drop it off of a bridge into a river. But he cannot. His conscience
gets the best of him and he decides to leave them under a tree. Still
caged, mind you.
All of a sudden some spoiled new kid, living off of Janine Turner's
'Northern Exposure' money, finds said caged canines and proceeds to
bring them home. His evil sister was apparently bitten by a dog once,
and has the invisible scar to prove it, so he must hide his canine
companions from Janine and sis.
Charles Durning plays this old dude who goes by the handle of Captain
Pete. Captain of what? I have no idea... probably a spaceship or a
fleet of Oscar Meyer Wiener mobiles. He says, "Hey kid, keep the damned
dogs in my closet at this old folks home. No one will ever find out."
Then, hilarity ensues. Oh, and the dogs help sick people get well.
Hence 'Miracle,' get it?
I don't want to give it all away but it eventually spirals into an
amazing tale that mirrors my own reality. The only things that could
have made this FILM any better would these: 1)A script not written by a
quadriplegic monkey. 2)More scenes with the jerk from Starship Troopers
'Miracle Dogs Too': Learn it. Like it. Love it..
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I liked Miracle Dogs Too....so will you, and I'm now waiting for Miracle Cats
Paula (Janine Turner) has moved her family to the small city of Hope
Springs, after a divorce. She has a daughter, Sarah, who is sixteen and
deathly afraid of dogs. This is because she was once attacked by a dog
and she still bears the scars above her right eye. Sarah wears dark
glasses on most occasions and is pretty bored with her new place of
residence. A teenage boy in the neighborhood makes friendly gestures
toward her but she will have none of it. Paula also has a son, Zach,
who loves his new clubhouse. After finding two dogs in the woods, Zach
installs them in his secret home away from home and hopes to better
their lives. Paula, herself, works as a nursing home administrator. On
the job, she meets the modern version of Nurse Ratchett (Lesley Ann
Warren) and the nice visiting doctor. Zach gets the idea to bring the
dogs to the home when an elderly resident (Charles Durning) suggests he
can keep the canines in his closet! Meanwhile, some nefarious men are
looking for the dogs, for they learn in the newspaper that the furry
ones have been credited with curing illnesses. Outcome, please? This is
a sweet movie but there is almost too little of the darling dogs! With
so many story lines, the cute canines are not on the screen nearly
enough, in this viewer's opinion. Then, too, dogs and cats are credited
with extending lives, but it is never explained why the mutts in this
film can actually cure sickness. Nevertheless, the film has a low key
charm and messages that are welcome. The cast does a fine job, although
the man playing the doctor is somewhat lacking in the male lead
category. Warren is a stitch as the overbearing nurse. That being said,
the nice script, costumes, sets and direction make this a good choice
for any family viewing. You might even play host to another miracle,
that of the whole family watching and enjoying the same darn movie.
Doggone, now that is incredible..