Watch Dog Park
- 1 hr 31 min
Dog Park is a romantic comedy movie released in 1998. The film is directed by Bruce McCulloch and stars Natasha Henstridge, Luke Wilson, and Kathleen Robertson in the lead roles. The movie revolves around a group of dog owners and their furry friends who frequent the local dog park. The story begins with Andy (Luke Wilson), a struggling writer, and his girlfriend Cheryl (Kathleen Robertson) deciding to take a break from their relationship. Andy becomes a regular at the dog park, where he meets a beautiful woman named Lorna (Natasha Henstridge), who also frequents the park with her dog. Andy and Lorna hit it off and begin to date, but their relationship takes a turn when Lorna discovers that Andy is still not over his ex-girlfriend Cheryl. In addition to Andy and Lorna's story, the film features several other dog owners and their relationships, including a couple struggling with infertility, a man who falls in love with his neighbor after his dog eats her panties, and a married couple who are drifting apart. Throughout the movie, the dogs at the park also play an important role in the story, often bringing the humans together and providing comic relief. The movie's soundtrack features catchy indie pop songs by bands such as Sloan, The Inbreds, and Plumtree, and the film's overall tone is lighthearted and funny. The performances by the actors, particularly Henstridge and Wilson, are also noteworthy, as they bring a sense of authenticity and relatability to their characters. Overall, Dog Park is an enjoyable romantic comedy that succeeds in presenting the ups and downs of modern relationships through the lens of a local dog park. It is a fun and entertaining movie that will make viewers laugh, cry, and fall in love with the characters and their dogs.