The last few months have given our family some much-needed downtime to focus on the simple things in life. We have spent a lot of time connecting as a family, focusing on those things that are most important to us. I imagine that the new pup we brought into our family earlier this year is also loving all of this time at home with us. Lionsgate released Think Like a Dog at the perfect time in our lives where we really are tasked with evaluating what we find to be valuable. The film is now available on Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD.
Think Like a Dog
Josh Duhamel, Megan Fox, and Gabriel Bateman star in Think Like a Dog, a poignant film about a boy and his dog and the science project that transforms their lives. Twelve-year-old Oliver is a tech whiz who finds his middle-school science fair experiment go awry. The bond between them is strengthened by their new telepathic connection.
To complicate matters, Oliver’s parents have announced their plans to divorce. With their new mind-reading abilities in place, Oliver and his best canine friend Henry team up to help rekindle his parents’ marriage. But their efforts are further complicated by a world-famous and highly nefarious cyber mogul who has learned about Oliver’s scientific discovery.
Think Like a Dog is a simple, funny, heartwarming story about a boy and his dog and the bond that they share. It is ironic how aptly timed the film is, where families are spending more time together, likely evaluating what is truly important.
Henry’s perspective is that if humans would just “think like a dog,” life would be simpler and that is the message we all need right now.
Think Like a Dog Printables
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Think Like a Dog is available on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. Bonus features include audio commentary with writer-director Gil Junger and a making-of featurette, offering an inside look at what it took to make this family-friendly film.
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