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the Invisible Dog Abner

Abner, the Invisible Dog (2013) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  90m  •    •  Directed by: Fred Olen Ray.  •  Starring: David DeLuise, David Chokachi, Daniel Zykov, Molly Morgen Lamont, Ben Giroux, Robert R. Shafer, Nancy Sullivan, Ted Monte, Jennifer Keller, Jacqui Holland, Jane Kean, Bryce Hurless, Christopher Bones.  •  Music by: Matthew Janszen.
      Bumbling thieves steal top secret Government formulas and hide them in a toy store chemistry set, which is sold and given to a 12 year old boy for his birthday. The boy experiments using the vials and when the family dog licks the concoctions, one makes it TALK and the other makes it invisible! When the parents are away and the boy and dog are home alone, the thieves break in and get more than they bargained for.

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Image from: Abner, the Invisible Dog (2013)
Image from: Abner, the Invisible Dog (2013)
Image from: Abner, the Invisible Dog (2013)
Image from: Abner, the Invisible Dog (2013)
Image from: Abner, the Invisible Dog (2013)
Image from: Abner, the Invisible Dog (2013)
Image from: Abner, the Invisible Dog (2013)
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A beautiful tale of both courage and compassion, filled with heartwarming ingenuity, and with the director and actors having a knack for timing adds up to one of the top films of the decade. The star, however is clearly the dog, as his true talent shines throughout the film, as he prevails against the dastardly villains time and time again. All I could say from scene to scene was wow, as I was dazzled by the acting from each minute. The director also accurately portrays evil incarnate in the form of a local bully named something I forgot. I was taken aback that this film was not considered for awards such as an Oscar or golden globe, seeing as it clearly deserves it. One might only view the childish side of this film, but I believe that as the actors, both human and canine are viewed by a film critic one can see this is a film about the finer things in life.

Review by Jonathan Silberstein from the Internet Movie Database.