|chumbucket - 2015-04-09 |
The audience capacity for these movies doesn't appear to be waning..why??
Dumb people having dumb kids?
People of any sort having kids of any variety.
Yeah, it's weird that children are still a thing.
It says she played "Bunny" in one movie and "Raven" in another, but I believe those are the names of people, not talking animals.
It must've cut out early. I meant to say "try to find a working actor who hasn't sucked thousands of dicks and did anal with the Cheshire Cat once."
|Jimmy Labatt - 2015-04-09 |
This movie will sweep the Oscars...the Poop Oscars that is!
|Scrimmjob - 2015-04-09 |
If my best friend talking dog had the voice of John Lovitz I'd have him euthanized immediately.
It would be a mercy killing.
At least Andy Dick could hook me up with drugs. Hey there's an idea! A talking dog movie for adults. Andy Dog, a drug lord's dog, assumes the identity of his K9 pal (and identical twin) who was an undercover dog cop until he was killed in the line of duty, but will he choose the drugs and companionship of his drug lord owner over the law? A talking robotic chimpanzee is there too, because how can you not?
Rodents of Unusual Size
The hard nosed human partner cop should be played by Sarah Silverman. If you accomplish this casting I will see your movie!
|The Mothership - 2015-04-09 |
Also, 'another goddamn Disney talking dog movie' tag is needed here.
|EvilHomer - 2015-04-09 |
I'd like to see Boomer star in his own talking dog movie.
Boomer The Dog
I'd love to voice a talking Dog, that would be like a dream, especially if the Dog was a Pyrenean Shepherd like my breed.
I did a few seconds of a transformation for TV, where I walked along and where it was like I fell forward slowly and became a Dog in my suit on 4 feet. They spliced the footage of me and then me in costume together, so it looked like I transformed as I fell.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-04-09 |
Even when I was a kid I hated movies like this.
|spikestoyiu - 2015-04-09 |
There's a 100% chance they wrote this movie around the title
|Ugh - 2015-04-09 |
i thought animated dog mouth technology had come so far, and yet here we are again.
|BHWW - 2015-04-09 |
A Talking Dog!?!
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-04-09 |
This isn't a Disney movie.
Also, this looks like something straight out of the 90s-released-exclusively-on-VHS bin.
Also, those CGI talking dog mouths are pure nightmare fuel.
|Boomer The Dog - 2015-04-10 |
I love talking Dog movies, I'm a connesewer of them.. :) It's true though, the Shaggy DA was the basis to my fandom, and that's all about a transforming Dog who then talks.
I don't know if they did great with the lip sync here, but it looks better than Abner, The Invisible Dog at least. In Abner, it looked like they used a puppet mouth on a Dog's face.
It seems like they told the whole Bark Ranger story here in the trailer! The Krofft brothers were probably behind this.
Hey Boomer, have you ever considered doing your own talking dog movie? If you started acting, even just voice acting, I'm sure that would fulfill the whole "stage name" thing to help your name change.
Maybe something with G Hannelius from "Dog With a Blog" and produced by Disney?
Oh, nevermind, saw your reply above!
Boomer The Dog
I certainly have the desire for it, just have to get the situation. I've never really done different voices on my radio shows, but I could come up with something.
There are different Doggie voice types, like the gruff Dog or little yapper, and the ones who don't know how to talk exactly, like Doggy that Soupy Sales does. How about ones with a Bronx accent, like Rosie?
I'd like to do something new and have it be real, not harmonized hopefully. I could be the Dog with a Pittsburgh accent, because actors don't typically have those on the screen, I don't even think Bob Dog from Mr. Rogers talked like a Pittsburgher. Get dahn 'n' at, at the Dog hus.
Oh yeah, Ric and me both think that Avery is going to be a breakout success after Dog With A Blog. Working with her would sure give me fame for court, but all the time I'd be thinking, 'She worked with Stan, wow!'.
Yeah, Avery is going to be huge; I could easily see her being the next Miley Cyrus (size-wise, that is). She's certainly the biggest name in "talking dog" media these days, and getting her on board with your dog movie would guarantee great sales, even if it was only a direct-to-digital, funded-through-Kickstarter affair. And yeah, learning to do multiple voices would help. You could have a whole pack of talking dogs in it, and rather than pay for new actors, you could just do all the voices yourself!
And YOU were the one who brought up Soupy Sales before, right?! I was out with a friend of mine the other day; we got to talking about dogs, and she decided she really wanted to watch Soupy Sales. We wound up going through old Youtube playlists for a couple hours. Now I'd never actually seen Soupy Sales, he's before my time (my friend is your age), but for some reason the hand-puppet dog characters sounded souper familiar. I couldn't place where I'd seen or heard of them before, but I had a feeling it had something to do with you.
Boomer The Dog
Hi Homer. They needed Avery for that part, she's the more mature counterpart to bounce off of Stan, and of course Tyler and their parents have to be on the nutty side. Ric compares Bennett to Alf's dad. The parents always notice something going on with Stan, but never put it together. We forgot that we thought we heard Stan talking yesterday.
I don't remember barking about Soupy Sales for a while, don't know if I've ever brought him up here or not, but it would have been for his character Doggy, or Doggie, don't know how it's spelled.
As kid's TV hosts go, I like Captain Kangaroo a lot, he was a sweetheart more like Mr. Rogers, and cared about kid's education. I wrote to him at CBS Broadcast Center in NY several times and he sent autographed pictures back. I wish I could see some of those old shows but can't find them on line, not even on torrent, like no one cares any more.
Soupy was the mischievous brat of kid's TV, not all the time, but he had that side to him. His most famous prank I know of is when he did a bit where he told kids to go into their parents' room and find money and send it to him, and took the time to explain how to do it carefully. That's one to look for, surprising for kid's TV.
On the radio I play Doggone Doggie From Doggieville by Soupy, and he does the Dog's voice, more by intonation than actual words.
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