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- indianajones-lu...Oct 23, 2015by
The Dog From HELL!
What a great film, it is one of Stephen King's adaptions I still love. I got this movie for a great price, the movie is very entertaining to a point. I think it could have had a better story to it, if 35 minutes where not spent on just the dog attacking the car. The only problem I had with the film was I am such a huge dog lover, and watching the dog suffer through the different stages of rabies, was very hard to watch. A movie with a message , protect your pets.
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- tigerbaby007112May 24, 2013by
Cujo (DVD, 2001)
Donna Trenton is a frustrated suburban housewife whose life is a turmoil after her husband learns about her having an affair. Brett Camber is a young boy whose only companion is a Saint-Bernard named "Cujo", who in turn is bitten by a rabid bat. Whilst Vic, Donna's husband is away on business, and thinking over his marital troubles, Donna and her 5-year-old son Tad take her Pinto to Brett Cambers' dad's car shop, the car fails, and "Cujo" is very, very sick. What is great about Cujo is how it shows the dog coming unravelled. We see the transformation from lovable family dog, to vicious killing machine that has an insatiable need for blood. It is understood that Cujo has to have a happy hollywood ending, and that is fine, but the book tells a much more clear yet paradoxically involved tale of a boy, his dog, and how sin is never really forgiven. Cujo is a great movie. It is scary and has a point. It does a good job of bringing King's vision to life. A movie that tells you that your demons will come back to haunt you.Read full review
- 773.wwkingm31Jul 26, 2016by
this movie was great
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- marsdamanMay 16, 2008by
Full of Sadness, Suspense, and Horror!
Here's where I stand on the animal issue; I don't want to see an animal hurt, but I'm not going to allow an animal to sleep in my home. That being said, I felt sorry for Cujo in this movie.
A young family of 3 is having marital problems, because of the woman's affair and because of the man's long working hours. He's not much of a man anyway, if you ask me. What "man" drives a luxury sports car, while his wife drives a "pile of junk", condemned, Pinto. All things considered, that's enough to drive even the most loyal enthusiast into the arms of another man. Did I forget to mention that he's this top level executive, who seems to neglect full financial responsibility? Anyway, although the affair is probably mostly his fault, he becomes bitter and they spend more and more time apart. After Cujo gets bitten by a rabid bat, he embarks on a gradual, but complete change. The residents at the home are either killed by Cujo or gone. On an outing to get the Pinto fixed, mother and son meet Cujo head on. With nobody home and the car not working, it's the very, very fragile mother and son against monstrous, mountainous Cujo in a battle for survival. They don't need any more problems, when Tad, their young son, is so traumatized by the carnage that he starts having seizures. An unsuspecting cop comes out to investigate, under the advice of her husband, believe it or not, and Cujo makes easy work of him. Her son's illness and near death experiences push up the time table for survival, as she has no choice but to become even more desperate and take more chances. This will pay off for them in the end and the end seems to point to the family getting back together again. I won't spoil it.Read full review
- roosters74harle...Jan 30, 2010by
TERROR HAS A NEW NAME...FROM THE TERRIFYING NOVEL BY STEPHEN KING.
I RURAL MAINE,VIC AND DONNA TRENTON (HUGH-KELLY AND WALLACE) STRUGGLE TO REPAIR THEIR BLING MARRIAGE, WHILE THEIR YOUNG SON TAD (DANNY PINTAURO) BEFRIENDS A HULKING, LOVABLE,200-POUNDS ST. BERNARD NAMED CUJO. WITH VIC AWAY ON BUSINESS, DONNA AND TAD TAKE THEIR DECREPIT CAR TO BE FIXED AT THE REMOTE FARM OF THEIR MECHANIC (LAUTER). AS THEIR AGING PINTO SPUTTERS TO A STOP AND DIES, CUJO APPERARS. BUT THE ONCE DOCILE DOG HAS UNDERGONE A HIDEOUS TRANSFORMATION-AND BECOMES A SLAVERING,DEMONIC,IMPLACABLE KILLER POSSESSED BY ALMOST SUPERNATURAL STREGTH...AND UNHOLY CUNNING. CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED,CUJO IS A FEARSOME, SPINE-CHILLING TOUR DE FORCE FROM THE MOST POPULAR NAME IN HORROR.