Alone for Christmas

IMDb Rating 3.5 10 380


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David DeLuise as Detective Jennings
Davis Cleveland as Dillon
Kevin Sorbo as Producer
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700.08 MB
23.976 fps
87 min
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Reviewed by robinsonsright 6 / 10 / 10

Silly but great Sorbo

This little film isn't a subject for serious review, being a lesser version of "Home Alone" with a dog instead of a kid, but Kevin Sorbo's bit as Quentin, a tough freelance dogcatcher, is worth checking out. His take on Quint in "Jaws" is so brilliant that I think he deserves some kind of Oscar, if only for keeping a straight face. Apart from that, the dogs are handsome and the canine cleverness may make the kids giggle (I must admit I found it amusing when the burglars' ringleader was sneaking around covered in furry toys and squeaking with each step). The real appeal is Sorbo, however-I don't think I've ever seen him in a film before, but I'll be watching for him now.

Reviewed by giedriussmm 1 / 10 / 10


This is the worst film I've ever seen! I can't believe that this film was made in 2013. The effects is ridiculous. I think that this film budget is 10$... Just look at this film 36:33. It's "really a REAL car".. And there are many other fails. So I think this film is BULLSHIT! Maybe the idea of the film is good, but the staging is horrible. When I was watching this movie, for me it was hilarious because of the "amazing" effect and disgusting at the same time. For example let's take some shots of the film. Just look at 01:04:27. I really don't think that man can drown in a shower cabin. 01:04:56 - there water looks very "realistic". I think that 7 year old child would notice these fails. So in my opinion this film is worthless.

Reviewed by flora68 1 / 10 / 10

I LOVE Christmas movies, even some kinda dumb ones. I LOVED "Home Alone"; I LOVE dogs. I DID NOT LIKE this movie.

This movie had a semi-interesting premise, for a Scooby-Doo cartoon episode, but, alas it wasn't a cartoon. It was trying to pass for a real family-friendly movie. Kevin Sorbo was in it, but this was decidedly NOT your typical Kevin Sorbo film, other than the fact that it was completely unbelievable and memorably this mess he played the baddest bad guy and, as such, a total loser. The basic concept is that a family leaves for Christmas and leaves their Australian Cattle Dog at home, supposedly safe and sound. Would-be thieves invade, and the dog, who of course has audible thoughts, has to defend his home. Cute? No. In reality this was tediously unfunny and a waste of time.....although it WAS at least pro-dog and anti-criminal. Otherwise just silly. And not in a good way. The only valid message I could find was that it's not cool to ditch your dog at Christmastime (or any other time). Dogs are loyal members of the family and at the very least feel badly when they're left behind. Beyond feeling lonely, dogs left home alone can be put at unexpected risk if criminals invade....not THAT much risk, though, as it turns out, if the criminals are merely clueless, greedy morons. Seriously, no matter HOW much you adore dogs and enjoy Christmas movies, I really wouldn't bother with this one. And I'm the owner of a freaking AWESOME Australian Cattle Dog. This gimmicky stunt flick might amuse a few not-very-bright kids, but

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