Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

Remake of the popular Disney classic, this time featuring some well known voices as two dogs and a cat trek across America encountering all sorts of adventures in the quest to be reunited with their owners.

Three pets Chance, an adventurous American bulldog; Shadow, a wise golden retriever; and Sassy, a cautious cat, are dropped off at a friend's ranch. When the animals get worried because they believe they have been abandoned, they escape from the California ranch to find their owners in San Francisco. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mohammed A (br) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Eydra e (mx) wrote: Trop dlirant ce lyce de jeunes bastons, c'est trs symbolique en mme temps. j'ai ador. Les scnes de combat pas trop exagr, avec trop de sang etc. Les diffrents personnages rendent le film trs amusant. j'ai ador!!!

drew v (ru) wrote: Naughty, but i do wanna see it

Allyson H (us) wrote: another cute Mary-Kate & Ashley movie where they win the boys they fall for by overcoming obstacles - same old story

Private U (jp) wrote: First time i saw it, it was on TV, and i missed about 30 minutes of the thing. Watched it FULL the other day, and it is AMAZING! I don't normally watch movies like this, but, i got into it. It's NOT too sappy, and it is actually really funny! Jason, David and Mili are AMAZING! Jason Lee's character, Jay, Kinda reminds me a little bit about me! Definitely worth at least a rent! Easily predictable however, that's the one draw back :)

John T (ca) wrote: I thought this was pretty freaky (a long time ago). It's about a girl who's mute and she witnesses a killer.

Carlos M (nl) wrote: Although Viola Davis offers a fantastic performance here, this disgusting melodrama is much more concerned about making you cry than saying anything meaningful, while most of the characters are one-dimensional and several unnecessary details are constantly added to the story with the sole purpose of cheap sentimentality.