Looking for a lost dog movie. there was an airport scene and the movietitle began with an e or f. That is all I remember
I would have never guessed. This movie might not be as bad as #3, but it's certainly getting there. Though the acting might be a little better in this movie...really, who wants to see another Air Bud? The magical thought that all of Air Bud's puppies can also play sports is just laughable. Although baseball is a great sport, it's a little strange (and totally fake) that a dog can really hold a metal baseball bat and not break all its teeth hitting the ball. Well, that's pretty much all I have to say...hmmm...I'll give it a 4 out of 10.
Dogs rule! The air bud movies totally show that, and i love the fact that they used soccer! I would have liked to see Mia Hamm, but the other superstars are great too. A few of the actors are cheesy, but the animal training is great! But lets just hope that next time they include a yellow lab... haha! lol Also, "Tammy" (the sister's friend) is a dork and they should have used someone else. Josh is kind of cute, (lol) but he keeps acting stranger and stranger. It's like he's out grown them. This is one of the best air bud movies, but it has a few flaws. However, i recommend it
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A dog that helped US Marines in Afghanistan returns to the U.S. and is adopted by his handler's family after suffering a traumatic experience.I really enjoyed this movie. I have seen most of the other air buds andam wondering what sports they will come up with next. Tennis,Gymnastics? well i am a soccer player and really did like it,especially as a kid. In the movie it also makes a point that no matterwhat you are you can do anything. Out of all of the Air Buds, this isby far my favorite. I suggest it for family's. Also another good AirBud movie I liked was Air Buddies. Some people may not like that onebecause the dogs talk but that was my other favorite. It is more forkids than adults but some may still enjoy it. i don't know what towrite so i am just typing stuff sorry. I hope you enjoy this movie andfind this helpful. LAWRENCE -- Who could resist a real-life "Babe" tale of a baby pig being raised by a dog? Certainly not the cable network Animal Planet, which will show the work of two University of Kansas students to a national audience.In April, Animal Planet plans to broadcast the story produced by KU student television station KUJH-TV and journalism seniors Megan Sinclair of Wichita and Zachary Lee of Highland Park, Ill., on its "Amazing Animal Videos" show.The show's producer learned about the news story and contacted Dick Nelson, KUJH-TV newsroom supervisor, about broadcasting the story. The KUJH-TV piece reveals the story of a Franklin County family's terrier, Clementine, who is raising a runt pig called Wiggles with her own litter of puppies. The family initially bottle-fed Wiggles but then discovered that Clementine was feeding the piglet along with her puppies. When separated, the piglet would squeal until reunited with her adopted dog family.Lee, who will graduate from KU this summer with a bachelor's degree in journalism with an emphasis in television news, attended Highland Park high school in Illinois and is the son of Carole Howard-Lee of Highland Park, Ill.Sinclair will graduate in May with a bachelor's degree in journalism with an emphasis in news and information. She attended Kapaun Mt. Carmel high school and is the daughter of Rob and Debbie Sinclair of Wichita.The 1995 Universal Pictures movie "Babe" told the tale of a pig who is raised by a border collie and defies its destiny -- the meat locker -- by daring to be, of all things, a sheepdog.For more information about KUJH-TV, please visit its Web site, .Known offscreen as Buddy the Wonder Dog, the star of last year's demi-hit Air Bud passed on peacefully in his sleep Tuesday, losing a year-long battle to cancer, Daily Variety reports today.Buddy was believed to be about 10 years old (people time).But Air Bud--the character, the movie franchise--lives on. A sequel to the family flick, Air Bud 2: Golden Receiver, is already in the works, starring Buddy No. 2 and human actor Gregory Harrison.A replacement pooch was required when the original Buddy was diagnosed with synovial cell sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, in January 1997. The disease cost him his right hind leg, which was amputated shortly after he wrapped shooting on his Disney feature film debut.So as not to unduly worry the movie's target audience (i.e., kiddies), the Magic Kingdom sat on the news of their three-legged basketball-playing dog until late last summer--after Air Bud's theatrical release.At the time of the announcement, a Disney spokeswoman said Buddy was in good spirits, even if he was down a leg. "He can still shoot baskets," the studio publicist said.Basketball was Buddy's ticket to big-screen stardom. In Air Bud, he played a golden retriever (well, he was a golden retriever) who befriended a little boy and pitched in on the kid's roundball team as its furriest member.Ever the athlete, Buddy also enjoyed soccer, hockey, baseball and football, where the retriever played receiver, according to Variety.Other credits include: numerous TV guest appearances, including Late Night with David Letterman, Full House and America's Funniest Home Videos.He is survived by nine puppies and his owner, Kevin DiCicco.