Hotel for Dogs (January 16, 2009) is a film based on a book which was written in 1971. It is the story of two foster kids, brother Bruce (Jake T. Austin) and sister Andi (Emma Roberts), and their dog Friday.

The movie is about the struggle of the siblings to stay together and to take care of their dog. Through various circumstances they have to keep Friday from going to the pound and to keep their social worker from splitting them up. At one point the kids find an hotel which they think is abandoned and decide that it is safer for Friday to hide out at the hotel. There are already two dogs staying at the hotel so Friday is not alone.

This is a movie that both kids and adults should enjoy. I mean, who doesn’t like a film with a bunch of cute dogs anyway? I would definitely recommend that you watch, and maybe even buy, this film. It is an excellent movie with plenty of comedy. I give this 5 stars out of 5.

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3 Thoughts on “StevenF Review of Hotel for Dogs

  1. pauly10 on March 17, 2018 at 4:57 pm said:

    Even though a few of the characters annoyed me (foster parents) this movie was really good and I am glad I watched it. Ok, I know it isn’t really believable but the underlying story is.
    Thanks for recommending it Steven.

  2. Remmy2013 on March 17, 2018 at 4:57 pm said:

    Many people have tried to have a hotel for dogs and failed. The reason being is that they get no public support, and a lot of NO-KILL shelters need that support, and actually, they adopt out more animals than a pound. A pound kills dogs within one day to two weeks. Mine was killed the first day she was incarcerated, and she was micro-chipped.

    This movie brought tears to my eyes for several reasons, some sad, many happy ones. The point is, I rate this movie ten out of ten stars, and I hope you will think the same.

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