When a police dog is killed in the line of duty and his grieving human partner seeks answers from a local medium, the canine-loving cop soon discovers just how helpful his fallen partner was in this supernatural comedy starring Jack Wagner and Daphne Zuniga. Kyle's partner Hunter was killed in a high profile stakeout, but a series of strange events lead the officer to suspect that his four-legged friend isn't as dead as it may seem. Convinced that Hunter's ghost is trying to reach out from beyond the grave, Kyle implores local medium Madame Wanda and her gifted son Howie to help him find out if Hunter really is still around. As the séance gets under way, Howie soon begins to show signs that he is possessed by the spirit of the deceased police dog. Later, when Howie begins to display a variety of traits more suited to man's best friend than man himself, Kyle gets one last chance to avenge Hunter's death and finally allow his loyal partner to rest in peace. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I tried my best to sit through this movie and give it the benefit of an unbiased viewing--even after my kids left the room in disgust.
Was it due to the mediocre acting of the main characters (not including the dog)?
Was it due to the predictable plot that seemed to flat line as it was unfolding?
Maybe it was due to the time it took to watch a movie that was tedious to even a six year old? I think it was all of the above. The only ones who really seem to benefit from this movie seem to have been the people who got paid to make it.
Rarely do I ever pan a movie, but this really doesn't even deserve a review. Find something better to do with your time. Doggone it! Don't waste it watching this.