Awakening one morning to find his faithful canine companion Paul has vanished without a trace, distressed dog lover Dolph Springer (Jack Plotnick) sets out on a frantic search for his four-legged friend with the help of a mysterious guru named Master Chang (William Fichtner) in this surreal comedy from Rubber director Quentin Dupieux. During the course of Dolph's quest, he encounters a wide array of eccentric figures, including an unorthodox pet detective (Steve Little), a compulsive jogger, and a sexually insatiable pizza-delivery girl. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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This movie is REALLY bad. I am a fan of the purposefully bad film "Rubber" by the maker of "Wrong", which is why I rented it. But it turns out that this filmmaker only knows how to make bad movies. This movie makes very little sense and is totally stupid. It is weird for the sake of weird and very rarely funny. On top of that, the pacing is slow. The movie contains too many scenes that are WAY too long and are supposed to be funny but instead just made me wish I had a pencil to stab my eyes with...stay away from this stinker.