- Dog Gone revolves around a father-son relationship which strengthens on a hunt of their missing dog
- Critics called the film a ‘cliche’ stating that the makers should have focused on the dog
- Fans can watch Dog Gone on Netflix from January 13, 2023
Movies which involve pets often tend to win hearts. In the past, films like Marley and Me, A Dog’s Purpose, Dog, Max, A Dog’s Journey, and others did strike a chord with the audience, with a few getting listed on the favourites list of many. Fans who enjoy such films are in for a treat, as 2023 will begin with Dog Gone
Dog Gone: OTT Release Date – Where and When to Watch Online
Presented as a direct to OTT release, fans can watch Dog Gone on Netflix on January 13, 2023.
Dog Gone: Cast and Crew
Based on the book written by Pauls Toutonghi, the screenplay for Dog Gone is written by Nick Santora. Stephen Herek has directed the film, which stars Rob Lowe, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Susan Gallagher, Johnny Berchtold and others in pivotal roles. Nick has also produced the film along with Jeremy Kipp Walker.
The cinematography has been managed by Michael Martinez, and the editing has been done by Amy McGrath. Emily Bear has given the score and music for the film.
Dog Gone: Trailer and Story
Presented as a family drama, Dog Gone revolves around a lost dog and the search that brings bonds together. The official synopsis, as mentioned on Netflix, reads, “When his beloved dog goes missing, a young man embarks on an incredible search with his parents to find him and give him life-saving medication.”
The team has stated that the film is inspiring and heartfelt and would make the audience feel good about many aspects. The subtitles for Dog Gone will be available in Arabic and English, and the audio has been provided in English and Hindi
Dog Gone: Reviews
Despite a predictable storyline and several likeable factors, Dog Gone failed to impress the critics. Flaws were identified in the story and direction. Reviewers have stated that many aspects of the film are cliché, and the makers have neither put effort into delving more into the emotions or stories nor presented the actual story in an entertaining fashion.