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See MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE IN C.
See Beauty In The Broken (Full HD .
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This documentary gets an 8/10 for me because of the general message inside it that needs to be spread. The realistic side to shelters and what happens when you dump your dog.However, many downfalls are in this movie that I did not like. Instead of speaking of responsible dog ownership, it fell back on the ole just spay and neuter your pets campaign. Which, in hindsight, works for the ignorant viewer, but if you're making a professional film, place some thought into it.The content was also a bit...mismatched. The beginning follows bite situations around the same dog and its owner, then jumps to a very short blip about a wealthy couple cloning their dog and then jumps to the shelter/rescue/euthanasia bit. What is their main target here? They were all over the board with content. It was quite difficult to understand what the main message was. So, as a entire piece, it's quite ugly.But the general message that shelter dogs are in danger and the trouble is not going away as things sit actually is a strong one that needs to be spread, regardless of production value. The sad thing is, being an HBO flick, the folks who need to see this the most will never see it.
I give it a 5 because it's a topics so close to my heart, but this movie is a mess. One short sequence after another, and just as you start to feel something for the animals/people involved, they slash to the next segment. Nothing is allowed to develop. And when your greatest piece of footage was shot by a high school kid, well, that cute much tells it all.I so wanted to like this, but ended up walking away angry, not at the truly horrible facts presented in the film, but because the topics deserves SO much more, SO much better. And while I was never a large fanatic of the movie Shelter Dogs, that is the Citizen Kane of dog movies compare to this.In the mean time, here's the same database without having to sit though a mundane 75 minutes: help local shelters (not national animal organizations where your dollars go to huge salaries), understand that ALL puppies in pet shops are from puppy mills, and ALWAYS adopt from shelters, and ALWAYS have your pet spayed or neutered. (I personally think we could have a law, everyone has the choice, your pet gets spayed or neutered, or you receive spayed or neutered. It would be a much better world.)
Wondering whether the film-maker had in mind some sort of class contrast between the upper class dogs who receive away with biting -- until expensive litigation forces owners to accept to have the dog place to death -- and the abandoned puppies whose fate it is to be gassed and thrown away as garbage. An terrible lot of heartache and a several joys: seeing dogs believe again, seeing them regain their health. It is mostly sadness, though, and it would be my suggestion that the film carry a warning label. The sound of puppies screaming as they are gassed to death is traumatizing.
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