It wasn’t meant to be that way. Earlier this year when the trailer for Walt Becker’s film Clifford the big red dog on the Internet, we all had a good laugh. “He’s too small,” we said. ” He’s a strange shade of red, ” we nitpick. ” Anybody could possibly afford a New York City apartment large enough for Clifford,”, We have correctly stated.
Well, all this chatter on Clifford, backed by a pandemic-compliant box office and kids at home pounding on their playroom tables to learn more Clifford, resulted in the announcement that we are getting what we deserve: more Clifford.
Through Variety, Paramount Pictures has announced the sequel to ‘Most Viewed Original Movie’ on Paramount +, Clifford the big red dog. To think, more people looked Clifford that that of Mark Whalberg Infinite. Never underestimate the power of children to find the same watch over and over again.
All right, it’s over. Were be a little hard with Clifford. to hercredit, the critics found Clifford the big red dog mostly harmless, unlike the other film of the same name, the Martin court horror movie Clifford, and the gigantic red dog who eats a small dog in the trailer. Film review for Le Club AV, Jessen Hassenger wrote:
Even if Clifford do not inspire PaddingtonAt the level of invention, personality, or basic dignity, there are hints of an approach to this material that might be softer, less needlessly pleasing, and less interested in conflict waving hand beneath it. covered in a dog-loving unity. Full of Clifford books take place in bland, indescribable places with paper-thin characterizations. By moving the story to New York City, the film ultimately seems eager to join in on gentrification.
As disappointing as this is for Becker to direct something that was just fine in the place of another so-bad-is-good classic, like Wild pigs and Old dogs, it is probably for the better. A movie like Wild pigs should not be most watched film on any streaming service.