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Rated PG (MPAA) · 88 min. · 2009

Comedy
Maniacally slapstick, utterly charmless and ultimately unfunny, Old Dogs is devoid of merit but slightly unique in PG entertainment. John Travolta and Robin Williams play aging bachelor sports-marketing magnates and co-dependent male BFFs who find their sleek lives up-ended when Williams discovers he has children.

When "family" films often boast that old saw about the supposed inability to enjoy both a family and a career, Old Dogs is surprisingly non-judgmental about the characters' jet-set lifestyle. Yes, there is the obligatory board-meeting/birthday party crisis, but Old Dogs never declares that you can't enjoy the perks of both fatherhood and business. Interesting, but that doesn't mean that I liked it! –Hillary Titley


See our full review: <i>Old Dogs</i>, no new tricks

Old Dogs, no new tricks

At least this unfunny slapstick is nonjudgmental. »

Official Site: www.Disney.com/OldDogs
Director: Walt Becker
Writer: David Diamond and David Weissman
Producer: Andrew Panay, Robert Levy and Peter Abrams
Cast: John Travolta, Robin Williams, Kelly Preston, Seth Green, Ella Bleu Travolta, Lori Loughlin and Matt Dillon

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