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  • I think overall it is most notable for a few scens of great physical comedy like the dog going on a rampage and such

    • by TheReaper
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      I watched Beethoven the movie last night. This movie is pretty flawed but a decent time overall, if you are into dog comedies.

      It stars Charles Grodin and is produced by comedy legend Ivan Reitman.

      It came out in 1991.

      I think overall it is most notable for


      a few scens of great physical comedy like the dog going on a rampage and such.

      This si the story of a family that adopts a dog they find that escaped from some dog nappers.

      It starts as a cute pupy and we watch ti grow to adult ...


      • form, the joke being that it is huge!

        Thew canine nappers of course come back and try to ctach it throughout the movie.

        That is a big source of the entertainment.

        Of course it all climaxes in a big physical comedy routine that will probably at least mildly

        amuse even cynics like me.

        Overall this movie is not even good… it has not aged well.

        But I think it is average and that if you like Charles Grodin or the notion of physical comedy involving a large dog putting people through the ringer then this movie fits the bill to a “T”.




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    Cory Meals says :

    What is the actors name that played the father of the family that owned Bethoven.

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    Vital Expressions says :

    Charles Grodin plays the father, George Newton. In both Beethoven and Beethoven’s 2nd.

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