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Beethoven

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An adorable puppy named Beethoven wins the heart of George Newton (Charles Grodin) and his family - only to grow up into 185 pounds of romping, drooling, disaster-prone St. Bernard!

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Charles Grodin, Bonnie Hunt
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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Genres Drama, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Brian Levant
Starring Charles Grodin, Bonnie Hunt
Supporting actors Dean Jones, Nicholle Tom, Christopher Castile, Sarah Rose Karr, Oliver Platt, Stanley Tucci, David Duchovny, Patricia Heaton, Laurel Cronin, O-Lan Jones, Nancy Fish, Craig Pinkard, Robi Davidson, Sherri Paysinger, Patrick LaBrecque, Jacob Kenner, Matthew Brooks, Chris Little
Studio NBC Universal
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format: DVD
This was one of my favorite movies as a kid and now even as an adult I see all the magic that made me enjoy it when I was younger. After watching this movie even the person in your family who is not an animal lover will want to go out and adopt a St.Bernard!

It starts when Beethoven is just a puppy by narrowingly escaping a pet store robbery Beethoven wanders the streets until he enters the lives of the Newton family. After Emily Newton the youngest member of the clan awakes in the morning to see a cute little fluffy St. Bernard puppy in her bed "I dreamt I had a puppy and my dream came true." George and Alice Newton are besides themselves on what to do with the dog- they can't keep it is George's first reaction. It will ruin the yard, destroy the house, it will grow to be enormous, and then it will die and we'll have to replace it and start the whole process all over again. Well George despite, being an a non-dog person decides to keep it for the sake of the kids "It's just temporary" he says. But, soon Beethoven the lovable St.Bernard becomes a member of the family- dealing with all childhood crisises from bullies and to first crushes- as this happens he also gets REALLLY big creating huge messes that George Newton reluctantly puts up with! Well, Beethoven is a very special dog with a remarkable love for his family sensing danger for the Newtons from saving George from the finical ruin of his company to the near death drowning of little Emily. But, suddenly Beethoven finds himself in the grips of an villianious vet who wants to use him to test out a new gun anumition on- only problem is the Newton family isn't going to give Beethoven up with out a fight! Even George loves the creature now.

This movie made my eleven year old host sister roll over on the floor with laughter.
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First, I gotta admit to my partiality towards St. Bernards in particular and big dogs in general. So, naturally, my review of this film is somewhat skewed in that direction. Still, I think it's a wonderful film, even in the context of "family movies." And like the title of this review says, it's a wonderful oasis from all the other movies out there that seek to anthropomorphize animals, rather it just portrays a dog being...well...a dog. Refreshing. Grodin does a good job, I'd rank it somewhere between "Midnight Run" and "The Great Muppet Caper." And whoever trained the big lug that was Beethoven deserves due credit, too!
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Beethoven is a comedy about a family with a Saint Bernard dog and all the trouble the dog gets in to. A laugh-a-minute.

Highly recommended for the entire family, especially dog lovers.

Gunner April, 2008
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Who doesn't love Beethoven? I bought this movie because we needed something to watch as a family. My kids (9,5,2) loved it! It brought back a lot of great movie memories for me as a kid as well. Forgot about semi adult scene where Beethoven climbs into the bed and the dad thinks it's his wife.....oppps.. Overall we enjoyed this movie as a family and look forward to watching it again.
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I remembered this movie from my childhood so my husband and I watched it with our 6 year old. He laughed through the whole thing, and I enjoyed the nostalgia of watching a childhood favorite. Turned out it was my husbands first time watching it as well and he enjoyed the antics, and darker bits of the story as much as the kiddo.
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This isn't exactly an original movie. There have been plenty of movies, shows, and books about a person or person adopting a dog that radically disrupts their life while stealing their heart. Beethoven follows this tried and true formula, but seems (to me, at least), to do it better than most. This movie has aged well and is a timeless family movie that I still enjoy as an adult.
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IF i bought it and its rated 4 or 5 STARS then YOU should WATCH it or READ it. and if your don't end up liking it then you have no sense of good movies so i really don't know how found any of these amazing products
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Puppies are always fun and at a time when movies are full of F this and F that a movie that is just plain old school fun was a real treat. Predicable and yet I am looking forward to the other Beethoven series. Relax and give Beethoven a try - order a pizza!
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