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In memory of Robin Williams. It’s a tribute to release his last work a year after the tragedy, and 2 to screen.
The movie was a sci-fi comedy with aliens determining if human beings should live by giving 1 chance to 1 person to do whatever for 10 days, and judge.
Simon Pegg has tried to use his powers to enable his friends and himself, to eventually realize life sometimes cannot be better by being perfect. That life is through struggles to have the almost chaos theory.
His now talking dog, played by Robin Williams, has played a supporting role until the end which turned to be the most crucial.
A very light comedy with not too much going on. Idea is not new and the writer was not trying to. However, the background of the movie was more interesting with the 2 theme songs written and played by Roger Taylor (Queen’s drummer) and another performed by Kylie Minogue. The movie is released exactly 1 year after his tragic passing, and 2 years for screening.
Watch the credits rolled with Robin Williams, as his usual improvising way of doing a voice over as Dennis the dog f-bombed a really funny scene.
Keywords: scifi, comedy, dog, dogtalking, moviereview
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