In the Doghouse

DVD Release: April 18, 2017
In the Doghouse
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Synopsis

When a divorced mom tries to start dating again, her kids and dog set out to sabotage the dates. They are successful until her high school sweetheart shows up…a comedic battle ensues to sway their mom’s heart back to their father.

Dove Review

When parents get divorced, sometimes the children try everything in their power to get their parents back together. This story is a hilarious take on that exact theme.

Justin and Amanda are told by their mom Wendy that she is going to start dating again. The children come up with a plan to stop anything that may happen with her dates from leading to something more. There are pranks galore pulled on each unsuspecting man until one high school sweetheart shows up. Can they get this man out of their mom’s life? Are they up to the challenge or will Dave, the ex-boyfriend, win?

A funny movie that sometimes hits home to reality of many in today’s world. Although the antics and extent these kids use is not advised, the movie uses comedy to showcase the situation. We award the Dove Family-Approved Seal for ages 12-plus.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kiss.
Language: Name calling such as: idiot, loser, moron, doofus, stupid and fur ball; crap-4; OMG/OG/G—6; oh gosh-2; for God sake-1; my Lord-1; son of a sea biscuit-1; making fun of a man's name (Dom Massy) by calling him dumb a*sy-3
Violence: Fork is stuck in a man's head; man thinks he hit a dog with car; comment about woman being electrocuted; man steals motel key to room; girl brags about setting garden on fire; stealing a dog; man is stung by bees; man is tasered
Drugs: Laxative put in cupcakes
Nudity: Cleavage; man in robe; dog bites man in crotch and underwear is shown.
Other: Scenes of imitative behavior such as putting hot pepper juice in lemonade, eating whip cream from aerosol can; conning someone for money; lying about one's identity

Info

Company: Breaking Glass Pictures
Director: Paul Rocha
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 81 min.
Industry Rating: TV-G
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe