What could be better than a good dog? Or a good movie? Probably a good movie about a good dog. Below we presented the top 5 best films about dogs, – furry, but always the best friends of man.
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Marley & Me (2008)
Young journalist John Grogan (Owen Wilson) and his wife Jennifer Grogan (Jennifer Aniston) move to Florida. In order to test their readiness for a future child, the couple decides to have a dog. The choice falls on a Labrador puppy. After it has been purchased, the quiet life of the family turns into a series of small trials. The dog turns out to be very harmful and tries in every possible way to attack his new owners.
A film about the eternal values and the role of the dog in the lives of people who are only trying to create a family.
Eight Below (2005)
The film is a remake of the Japanese film “Antarctica” (1983), which is based on real events.
The action of the remake takes place in 1993. A sledding expedition in search of a meteorite led by Jerry Shepard (Paul Walker) suddenly collapses. Its participants get serious injuries: leg fracture and frostbite. The train evacuates, and eight dogs of the breed northern riding remain at the station, in captivity of the icy desert.
The film is about the hard test that fell on the share of sled dogs and human indifference.
A Dog’s Purpose (2017)
We all know that a dog, like a human being, has its own purpose and purpose. Love, play, serve. And as long as they do, everything makes sense. The film touches upon the known theory of rebirth of the soul in another body. The main character is the dog, memory and habits that do not cease to exist in every new appearance.
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009)
The film is based on the real story of Hachi, the Japanese dog Akita, who after the death of his master waited for him at the station for 9 years. And Hachi at different times played three adults and three little dogs. Now the history of Hachi is a symbol of loyalty, friendship and devotion. In honor of the dog, a monument was erected at Shibuya station in 1948. It embodied the image of a dog, who will always be waiting for his master.
White Bim Black Ear (1977)
Two-part film of the Soviet production is based on the novel of the same name by the Voronezh writer Gabriel Troepolsky. Adapted film story will tell about the fate of the Scottish setter Bim. By an unforeseen coincidence, the dog temporarily loses his master, and with him the house he lived in. On the street the dog is confronted with human egoism and indifference, which leads to sad consequences.