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Have you ever wished you could talk to your pet? Well, anything is paw-sible this summer as Josh Duhamel and Megan Fox star in Think Like a Dog, the whimsical family comedy about a boy, his dog, and the science project that will change all their lives forever.

Twelve-year-old whizz-kid Oliver (Gabriel Bateman) is a tech prodigy who accidentally creates a telepathic connection between him and his furry best friend Henry when his middle school science fair experiment goes awry. The new bond brings Oliver and Henry even closer together, as they join forces to solve problems at school and begin to rekindle his parents (Josh Duhamel, Megan Fox) marriage, with hilarious consequences.

But when a cyber-businessman (Kunal Nayyar) arrives on the scene who will stop at nothing to get hold of the breakthrough technology, Oliver and Henry are going to need the help of a crack team of adorable pooches to save the day…

With fast-paced comedy, adventure and a parade of paw-some pups, Think Like a Dog is the perfect summer holiday treat for the whole family. Starring Josh Duhamel (Transformers franchise), Megan Fox (Transformers franchise), Gabriel Bateman (Child’s Play, Playmobil: The Movie) and Kunal Nayyar (The Big Bang Theory, Trolls World Tour). Think Like a Dog is directed and written by Gil Junger (10 Things I Hate About You).

Run time: 90 mins approx
Cert: PG
Special features:
• ‘Anything is Paw-sible: Making Think Like a Dog’ Featurette
• Audio commentary with writer/director Gil Junger

You can read my review of Think Like a Dog here.

    Ben Peyton

    I'm a former actor and now full-time dad and husband. My passion for movies has led me to being Time & Leisure Magazine's resident film critic. I also write for The Movie Waffler and Filmhounds Magazine. To get in touch, click on the contact link. Thanks for stopping by!

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