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      The Dogwalker

      2000 1 hr. 45 min. Comedy Drama List
      50% 10 Reviews Tomatometer Jerry (Will Stewart) has no job or home, and his unscrupulous nature has left him with few prospects for future success, but things change for him after he meets elderly Alma (Carol Gustafson) while she's taking a stroll with her dog. Alma falls and breaks her hip, and Jerry helps get her to the hospital. Alma's daughter, Helene (Stepfanie Kramer), then rewards Jerry by giving him a job as her mother's live-in assistant. But the rude Alma and her cranky pals soon make Jerry's life a living hell. Read More Read Less

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      Lael Loewenstein Variety An indie that benefits from amusing characters, strong thesping and taut situational humor. Aug 25, 2006 Full Review Michael Rechtshaffen Hollywood Reporter It's mighty tedious for the viewer who has to contend with unpleasant characters, hit-and-miss performances and awkwardly staged scenes. Oct 15, 2002 Full Review Manohla Dargis Los Angeles Times This isn't a retooled genre piece, the tale of a guy and his gun, but an amiably idiosyncratic work. Rated: 3/5 Sep 12, 2002 Full Review Pete Vonder Haar Film Threat The Dogwalker starts off strong, but loses steam towards the end. Rated: 3/5 Aug 26, 2006 Full Review Luisa F. Ribeiro Boxoffice Magazine Trying hard to be cute, The Dogwalker is instead as muddled as can be, tripping up the film as if its ankles were entwined in its own leash. Rated: 1.5/5 Aug 25, 2006 Full Review Emanuel Levy EmanuelLevy.Com Rated: 2/5 Aug 27, 2005 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis Jerry (Will Stewart) has no job or home, and his unscrupulous nature has left him with few prospects for future success, but things change for him after he meets elderly Alma (Carol Gustafson) while she's taking a stroll with her dog. Alma falls and breaks her hip, and Jerry helps get her to the hospital. Alma's daughter, Helene (Stepfanie Kramer), then rewards Jerry by giving him a job as her mother's live-in assistant. But the rude Alma and her cranky pals soon make Jerry's life a living hell.
      Director
      Paul Duran
      Executive Producer
      Lon Bender, Wylie Stateman, Stanton Kaye, Terry Myers
      Screenwriter
      Paul Duran
      Genre
      Comedy, Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (DVD)
      Nov 25, 2003
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $6.8K