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The Dog Problem

The Dog Problem is a 2006 comedy film directed and written by Scott Caan and was produced by Thousand Words Films.

Along with Caan, the film stars Giovanni Ribisi, Lynn Collins, Kevin Corrigan, Sarah Shahi, and Mena Suvari. The film also stars Don Cheadle and Steve Jones in uncredited roles, supermodels Joanna Krupa and Melissa Keller, and Ultimate Fighters Tito Ortiz and Kimo Leopoldo.

Plot

In the film, Solo (Ribisi) is a down-on-his-luck writer who is encouraged by his psychiatrist (Cheadle) to get a dog. Solo meets his love interest (Collins), whom he assumes to be a dog owner when meeting her at a dog play park, but dog problems stand in their way.

Cast

Main cast
Supporting cast

Reception

The Dog Problem was screened at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival. Erik Childress of eFilmCritic.com says it is, "A romantic comedy which doesn't force its charm down your throat and instead allows the viewer in to peek around its quirks and discover the true heart beating within."[1]

Soundtrack

The film features a score by Mark Mothersbaugh, and the music used during the title sequence is based on the Devo song "Gut Feeling".

References

  1. ^ http://efilmcritic.com/review.php?movie=14985&reviewer=198

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