See Spot Run

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"The Smart One Isn't Wearing Any Pants."
  • PG
  • 2001
  • 1 hr 34 min
  • 5.4  (9,676)
  • 24

See Spot Run is a comedy action film released in 2001, directed by John Whitesell and produced by Robert Simonds. It stars David Arquette as Gordon Smith, a mailman who is given the task of protecting a police dog named Spot from a dangerous criminal organization. Michael Clarke Duncan plays Murdoch, the leader of the criminal organization called "Laundry' and Leslie Bibb plays Stephanie, a single mother and Gordon's love interest.

The story follows Gordon, who is a well-meaning but bumbling mailman. One day, he accidentally intercepts a package intended for a crime lord named Sonny Talia. The package contains a video tape that incriminates Laundry, a criminal organization run by Talia's right-hand man, Murdoch. In retaliation, Talia sends two hitmen to Gordon's house to eliminate him, but they end up killing his neighbor's pet instead of Gordon.

Meanwhile, due to his success in capturing criminals, Spot has become a valuable asset to the police department. However, a disgruntled police officer releases Spot from his care, and he ends up on the streets. Spot eventually ends up at Gordon's doorstep, and Gordon takes him in, unaware of his previous identity.

As Gordon begins to bond with Spot, he learns about his training as a police dog and his exceptional skills. When Gordon discovers Spot's true identity and the danger he is in, he resolves to protect Spot from the wrath of the Laundry gang. Gordon and Spot, along with Stephanie and her son James, go on the run, leading to a series of comic encounters with the hitmen and Murdoch's goons.

See Spot Run is a hilarious film with excellent performances from its lead actors. David Arquette's performance as Gordon is unforgettable; his comic timing and delivery of punchlines are spot on. Michael Clarke Duncan's portrayal of Murdoch adds depth to the character, despite the comedic nature of the film. As usual, Leslie Bibb excels in her role as Stephanie, adding a touch of romance to the story.

The film is not all about comedy, though. See Spot Run also offers some action-packed scenes, especially when Spot puts his police training to use. The chase scenes involving Spot and his captors are well-staged and choreographed, adding excitement to the film.

One of the strengths of the film is its affectionate portrayal of Spot, the police dog. Spot is not just a prop in the movie, but a fully fleshed-out character with his quirks and personality. He adds heart to the story and has a unique bond with both Gordon and James. The relationship between Spot and Gordon is especially touching, as Spot helps Gordon to become a better person.

The film's soundtrack also deserves a mention, as it features many catchy and upbeat songs. The soundtrack adds to the fun and light-heartedness of the film and makes it a joy to watch.

In conclusion, See Spot Run is an enjoyable comedy-action film, perfect for a family movie night. The film has a unique premise, excellent performances, and some heartwarming moments. It's a feel-good movie that will leave you smiling and entertained.

See Spot Run is a 2001 kids & family movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.4 and a MetaScore of 24.

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    1 hr 34 min
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    5.4  (9,676)
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