Here’s how you appropriately deal with the collaborative trauma of being in multiple Michael Bay transformers movies, right? Therapy dogs? Talking about therapy dogs?
While we all wonder when, how and why we would like to go anywhere remotely near a cinema right now, Lionsgate is there to remind us of the magic of cinema. Specifically, the cinema that feels like it has gone through a tear in time and space from the top of Disney direct movies in the 90s or something like that until 2020.
Think like a dog—A film in which a young tech prodigy named Oliver conducts an inevitably wrong scientific experiment and gives him a telepathic connection with his companion dog, so hijackings can now ensue – looks good, of course. Family nonsense which, perhaps in this current climate, may well release on demand when parents are done lining up Trolls: World Tour for the seven billionth time rather than waiting for theaters to reopen. There may not be many people biting their teeth to risk peaks of infectious disease on behalf of Think like a dog– and if there are, they should clearly reconsider, because it is scheduled on request in June.
But I’m more fascinated by the fact this which reunited Megan Fox and Josh Duhamel again, years after their orbits intertwined in two of the bay transformers films before Fox’s explosive release of the franchise’s third film. Fox and Duhamel have both had long careers since being released from Bayhem’s destructive orbit – Fox even briefly returned to orbit for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles“But… I need to know. What was it Think like a dog who hooked them both? How? ‘Or’ What? Why? Weft?
Maybe we will know when Think like a dog-Featured 12 MBnkey’s Todd Stashwick as the voice of said dog and Big Bang Theory star Kunal Nayyar, is inevitably added to your list of must-have pandemic classics when it is released digitally on June 10.