Finally, for all you sensitive animal people out there, there is a database of film that you can find out if any dogs bite the big one on screen. This way you can decided how many boxes of tissues you need to have by your side while watching the movie.
Here is a handy checklist in case you are not sure if you are a sensitive dog person:1) You would rather see a human offed on screen than a dog 2) You cried the entire length of Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey. 3) You get upset that kitty litter commercials are so negative towards what is natural and expected in all types of living things that eat and poop. (and sometimes eat their poop) 4) Hearing the name; Sarah McLachlan brings a single tear to your eye. 5) Your house pet has a better bed then you do. 6) You make baby cooing noises at your animals and you have proper names AND nicknames for them.
How it works is simple. You plug in the name of the movie you are about to watch and it brings back the answer based on this chart:
It’s that simple.
We did some research and compiled a list of movies that dog lovers should definitely avoid:1) Old Yeller 2) Turner & Hooch 3) I Am Legend 4) Marley and Me 5) American Psycho 6) My Dog Skip 7) The Road Warrior 8) Eight Below 9) All Dogs Go To Heaven 10) Cujo
So, now to be fair (and not to lose subscribers), here is a list of great dog movies:1) The Adventures of Milo and Otis 2) Lassie 3) Lady and The Tramp 4) Best In Show 5) Beethoven 6) Air Bud 7) Bolt 8) The Shaggy Dog 9) The Dog Who Saved Christmas 10) 101 Dalmations
These are not all necessarily great cinematic masterpieces, just no dogs die in the films.
Is it insensitive of us to suggest to the Does the Dog Die? people that the icon for a dead dog should have little Xs over the eyes?
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