Scott & Huutsch (1989)

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Scott u0026 Huutsch: Directed by Roger Spottiswoode. With Tom Hanks, Mare Winningham, Craig T. Nelson, Reginald VelJohnson. A detective must adopt a rambunctious dog in order to help him find a killer.

“Hanks and Beasley make for an odd couple but they are clearly the best thing about the film. In terms of storyline of u0026#39;Turner u0026amp; Hoochu0026#39; is not developed from a novel concept, the humorous treatment and the hilarious and endearing interaction between the lead pair is what makes it a charming little film. Tom Hanks is totally great in one of his early roles as a policeman who suffers from perfectionism and is challenged by the entrance of a pooch into his life. The guy shows a flair for comedy that has hardly been noticed by many filmmakers. Beasley is fantastic and absolutely adorable (once you get passed the drooling). Mare Winningham is good as Hanksu0026#39;s love interest. They are quite convincing enough as a romantic pair. There are plenty of wonderful moments in the film and it is hard to pick a favourite but the first scenes that come to mind are the stakeout scene where Turner is chatting with a bored Hooch and the scene where he comforts a grieving Hooch. I love the film for its simplicity and heart along Hanks and Beasley. An awesome fun little flick!”

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