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'See Spot Run': Bad Dog. Bad, Bad Dog.

By Rita Kempley
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, March 2, 2001

   


    'See Spot Run' David Arquette, left, and Angus T. Jones in "See Spot Run." (Warner Bros.)
"See Spot Run." See Spot poop. See Spot chase balls.

See Paul Sorvino in pain.

Or just see "Big Daddy," which is the same movie – infantile doofus (David Arquette) bonds with lovable tyke (Angus T. Jones), wins over dream girl (Leslie Bibb) – only this time there's a dog on the lam from Sorvino's mob kingpin.

Spot, a canine cop, slips an attempted hit and finds refuge with our hero, who is stuck baby-sitting the kid. Man and dog are transformed by child after each member of the cast, including a zebra, cuts the Limburger at least once.

See critic run. Oh, for the days of Smell-a-Vision.

"See Spot Run" (95 minutes) is rated PG for crude humor.

 

Copyright 2001 The Washington Post Company


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