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With 2018 being such a massive year at the movies, it's easy to overlook some potential gems in what's become a crowded summer. As of this writing, family-friendly superheroes still rank heavily in the Top 10, with Marvel Studios' Ant-Man and The Wasp, Disney-Pixar's Incredibles 2 and Warner Bros. Animation's Teen Titans GO! to the Movies jockeying for position in a crowded field currently dominated by Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: Fallout, Disney's Christopher Robin (reviewed here) and sequels from the Hotel Transylvania and Mamma Mia! franchises (did ABBA spawn a franchise? I guess I just said it). Call it "counter-programming," but there's something charming about a little movie about the ways that canine companions can help bring people together arriving in theaters just two days ahead of a film about a prehistoric, everything-eating shark (THE MEG). From LD EntertainmentDOG DAYS is a late-summer surprise that's worthy of a look - a family film with crossover appeal that's driven by the strength of its ensemble cast... a cast that doesn't spend a lot of time on-screen with one another.

August is the month that famously ushers in "the dog days of summer," so what better time to release the new ensemble comedy, DOG DAYS? From Actor/Director Ken Marino (How to Be a Latin Lover, MTV's The State) comes a hilarious and heartfelt ensemble comedy that follows the lives of multiple dog owners and their beloved fluffy pals.  When these human and canine’s paths start to intertwine, their lives begin changing in ways they never expected. In theaters on Wednesday, August 8 (look for my formal review soon), it's a surprisingly cute movie with a fantastic cast and a ton of heart! Now, to celebrate DOG DAYS release (get tickets via my affiliate, Fandango), The Rock Father™ and LD Entertainment have teamed-up to help you pamper your pup (or pups!) with a $50 Petco Gift Card!

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