Homeward Bound - The Incredible Journey / Homeward Bound II - Lost In San Francisco
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The first Homeward Bound movie definitely had some touching moments. The most touching moment that gripped my heart was a scene at the end when the pets were almost home. These animals were excellent actors. The way they acted on the movie fit really well with their voice overs. The characters were wonderful in these movies.
"Sassy" the beautiful Himalayan cat, was a hilarious character in this movie, basically because of her sarcastic wit. She can also be very kind when she wants to be. Especially in the scene where the dog named Chance gets smacked in the face by the tail of a porcupine. (Ouch!) Sassy tries to get the Porcupine needles out of her friend with her teeth, but doesn't succeed because they are in too deep. Or when a young child was lost and scared, Sassy and the dogs kept the child warm until her parents found her.
"Shadow" is the name of the older dog. He's a Golden Retriever and he's very wise, and very loving, both with his animal friends, and his human friends.
"Chance" is an American Bulldog with a lot of energy and an insatiable curiosity about things that he never knew existed. His curiosity gets him into trouble, like when he wanted to sniff the porcupine. He also almost got in trouble with a huge bear, but ran away from it quickly enough to save himself.
In this film, there is a family that is combined by marriage. After the wedding, the family goes on a trip and they decide to leave the animals on a ranch with a friend of theirs.Read more ›
When Lost in San Francisco came out I JUST HAD to see it. Sally Field and Michael J Fox reprised their rolls as Sassy and Chance and Ralph Waite came onboard as Shadow with the unfortunate passing of the GREAT Don Ameche. Ralph did a FANTASTIC job of becoming Shadow and they formed a solid base for the movie and the good times began again! A new cast of canine characters was introduced and they blended into the story perfectly. Homeward II was just as good as Homeward Bound and I laughed my way through the movie and totally enjoyed myself from beginning to end.
I've wanted both movies and when I saw that they had been released in a double movie collection I just HAD TO HAVE THEM!!! I watched them as soon as they arrived and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND these movies to everyone!!!
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I used to watch Homeward Bound when I was in my young teens. I told my children about it and they wanted to see it. I saw the two DVD set for a great price and ordered it. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Doreen T.
First movie is in fullscreen, second widescreen. Can't beat the price for both brand new at $7.99 My son loves watching the animals and I must say I cry way more than I should with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Redheaded Beauty