Review: You’ll want into hug Your dog following seeing ‘The Art Of Racing at The Rain’The Arizona Republic #Aug_2019August 6, 2019
L-R: Amanda Seyfried, Milo Ventimiglia, and “Enzo” in Twentieth Century Fox’s, THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN(Photo: Doane Gregory)
Fans of dog movies know where this going, and that’s mainly toward a beloved pooch dying.
And this film wastes no time in dealing with pet mortality.
In fact, this film will make viewers want to give their dog a hug.
Based on a book by Garth Stein, the star pooch is Enzo, a Golden Retriever (voiced by Kevin Costner) that is nearing the end of his life.
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But, surprisingly, most of the melancholy moments follow the humans involved in Enzo’s life.
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