Doggie Boogie dances into the hearts of its family audience as they cheer for a devoted Bichon pup, Pijo, who helps his owner and her dog dancing uncle achieve their dreams. Cassie’s wish to become a Vet is crushed by her mother, who has become a slave to the world of personal injury law and is forcing Cassie to follow in the family legacy. Peter Wolfe, her dog-dancing Uncle, dreams of winning a national dog dance championship but is blocked by his guilt over a tragic dance accident. Gertrude Spinner, a ten-time dog dance champion and keeper of the legendary Dog Dance Bible, will do anything to stop them. Supported by a colorful cast and enchanting dogs, Pijo uses the lessons of Barkananda (“healing bliss”) to provide Cassie and Peter with a fresh start as they dance through life’s twists and turns. He breathes life into everyone’s dreams as he dances away with their hearts.
User Reviews: You’ve got to be kidding. Bad acting. Horrible costumes. Awkward script. Special effects are so stupid. The dog was obviously on Valium. The entire movie has as much personality as a clam. I watched it to the end just in case there was something redeeming about it. I usually love movies about dogs. This one is the exception. My review has to be ten lines long. Why should I waste your time and Internet bandwidth on something this dumb. I don’t want to insult other viewers who liked the film, but I do wonder about their level of, shall we say, sophistication. Perhaps this film originated as a project for fifth grade students. I paid $4.99 to rent it on Comcast. That is a rip! Don’t waste your time.