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November 16, 2015 Though littered with sentiment and family movie hokum, this story of a military dog suffering from post-traumatic stress finds the essence of true friendship, prompting uncontrolled saline leaks from the eyeball.Read in Source
ABC News Radio
January 02, 2016 I'm sure a few people will be easily manipulated and distracted by the cute dog. It happens. Otherwise, Max is a waste of your time.Read in Source
December 04, 2015 There are life-and-death moments for both people and animals. But there are also moments of great vividity, of tearing through the woods with a dog at your side and choosing difficult honor over expedient disgrace.Read in Source
June 29, 2015 Max is an absurdly violent PG-rated movie in which kids and dogs are repeatedly in peril.Read in Source
June 26, 2015 Lassie and her child companions often got into some dicey scrapes, but as much as I can recall, they usually didn't result in much of a body count.Read in Source
June 26, 2015 Yakin executes the touching material with the expected serviceability.Read in Source
The Sun (UK)
January 01, 2016 Despite some great performances from both the young Wiggins, Thomas Hayden Church and the impressive and loveable Max, if you're looking for anything other than a minor distraction you're barking up the wrong tree.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
June 26, 2015 Yakin doesn't condescend to his audience, and infuses his plot with a surprisingly ambitious and revealing commentary about the experience of war.Read in Source
August 03, 2015 Not as flag-wavingly cheesy as it might have been - but that doesn't make it a good film.Read in Source
June 26, 2015 It's like they invited the Coen brothers - or maybe Quentin Tarantino - to script a few scenes of a "Dora the Explorer" episode.Read in Source
December 17, 2015 Lost in this shuffle of bullets and narrow misses is Yakin's stated goal of telling a story about the great service that military dogs provide... I'm not sure where that film went, but the bizarre, violent mess I saw isn't it.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...