Gabe the Cupid Dog
Recommended for ages 12 and over
Video Release: 10/23/2012
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe
Director: Michael Feifer
Runtime: 91 min.
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Brian Krause, Boti Bliss, Ralph White
Gabe the dog's happy life is turned upside down by his owner Eric's (Brian Krause) plan to move to England. Facing six months in quarantine, Gabe plays "Cupid Dog" to make Eric fall in love with girl-next-door Sara (Boti Bliss, "CSI: Miami") to keep him in America. When his plan starts to unravel, Gabe must go to extraordinary lengths to get Eric and Sara to tie the "leash."
"Gabe the Cupid Dog" is dog-gone good fun from start to finish. Gabe is a talking dog - (only other animals can actually hear him). His master is vying for a promotion that will take him to England and Gabe would have to be placed in quarantine for several months so he attempts to find a girlfriend for his master in the hopes that he will decide to stay.
There are plenty of funny scenes in the film and Gabe's owner does finally fall for a nice neighbor. Will it be enough for him to forgo the new position? You will have to watch this entertaining film to find out. Dove is pleased to award this film our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for ages 12 and over due to the language and excessive cleavage issues.
Sex: Romantic kissing a few times
Language: Stupid; Pervert; G-2; D-2; "for the love of God" said reverently.
Drugs: Beer and wine consumed in a couple of scenes; Man gives another a cigar.
Nudity: Woman takes bikini top off to sunbathe and dog steals top (a little cleavage is seen); Girls on a beach lean down to pet dog revealing a great deal of cleavage;
Other: Talk of a boy flushing his sister's Barbie doll down the toilet