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K-9 (Widescreen) [Import]


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  • Actors: James Belushi, Mel Harris, Kevin Tighe, Ed O'Neill, Rando
  • Directors: Rod Daniel
  • Writers: Steven Siegel, Scott Myers
  • Producers: Charles Gordon, Donna Smith, Lawrence Gordon, Lloyd Levin, Steven Siegel
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Mca (Universal)
  • Release Date: Sept. 15 2003
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00000IQW2

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A not very subtle variation on the buddy picture, this fluff comedy/action story squeaks by on the surprising charm generated by Jim Belushi (About Last Night, Salvador). Belushi plays the typically acerbic loner cop who relentlessly pursues a criminal mastermind while trying to juggle a relationship at home with girlfriend Tracy, played by Mel Harris of television's thirtysomething. The catch is that Belushi is saddled with a partner, an unruly German shepherd named Jerry Lee, and the gruff but lovable cop learns to love the dog of his dreams. The film is predictable from its first moments and survives only on the strength of the loose charm of its lead and the inoffensive performance of its lead canine. --Robert Lane

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By classicmoviefan on June 27 2004
Format: DVD
This is a fantastic bargain. There is one disc here, but you get all 3 K-9 films. The first 2 films on side one. The 3rd film of the trilogy on side 2.
James Belushi is perfectly comfortable in his ad-lib role as the cop with the German Shepheard partner. The timing is right on and the action non-stop. Bravo!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Susan Stapley on Sept. 7 2005
Format: DVD
What a great buy!!! All 3 of the K-9 movies for the price of one. The first movie is the best, Jerry Lee really has an attitude in that one, but I loved them all. James Belushi is funny in all of the movies. This set is a must for every dog lover.
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K-9 ranks with some of my favorite buddy cop action comedies from the '80s such as Beverly Hills Cop, Stakeout, Running Scared, Red Heat and 48hrs. Although the unique twist with this buddy cop formula is the cop is teamed with a police dog. James Belushi is very good in the role of detective Dooley not too much unlike his cop role in Red Heat but this time Belushi is carrying the film and he does a fine job of it. Dooley is a bit of a slobbish and unrespectable detective in the Sandiego police force who neglects his long suffering girlfriend (Mel Harris) and pisses his superiors due to his obsession with nailing an elusive and prominent socialite (Kevin Tighe) who Dooley suspects is smuggling drugs on the side. After a near attempt on his life by the bad guys Dooley is forced to squash his lone wolf attitude and take a partner. He decides to get around the issue by taking a police dog - a German shepherd named Jerry Lee - who turns out not to be as low maintenance as he thought as the dog is very uncooperative with him at first but and causes jealousy for Dooley as the dog competes for his girlfriends attention and aggravates him by interrupting his sex life, barking all night, leaving doody on his floor and tearing up his car. But these learn to respect and work together during situations like barfights, attempted assassinations and discovering how the villain is smuggling his drugs. Of course there's the obligatory girlfriend gets kidnap for ransom routine where the two cops go outside the law to get her back . Its not Oscar winning stuff here but its enjoyable nonetheless if you like this genre.
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Format: VHS Tape
I first saw this film in 1990 or something and now I'm 21 and
I still love it!
K-9 is about a cop (Jim Belushi-according to Jim)who has been
after a drug dealer for 2 years and after choosing to get a german shepard named Jerry Lee-a chili eating drug sniffing
dog Dooleys world is flipped upside down!
This movie has made me love those German Shepard doggies and it makes me want to go out and buy one!
I rented the 2nd one and it is good as well-but nothing can
compare to the 1rst one-thats for sure!
That scene when the bad guy shoots Jerry Lee always makes me sad
(how can anyone shoot a dog?)
then the scene when Dooley gets in that fight with the doctor was
good.
EITHER YOU HELP HIM NOW OR HES GONNA DIE
DONT GET SO EXICTED-HES JUST A DOG
HES NOT JUST A DOG-HES A COP-AND HES NOT JUST ANY COP HES MY PARTNER!
YOU KNOW ABOUT MEDICINE-YOU KNOW HOW TO REMOVE A BULLET
HMM?
(SLAMS GUN DOWN ON THE TABLE)
Doctors dont think animals have a right to live when they get
seriously injured-that only humans do?
next you'll be telling us these human beasts have souls!
My favorite scenes were:
Jerry drinking Dooleys iced tea through the straw
the car wash scene
the cupcake scene
and the part when Dooley and Jerry first meet-and Jerry lunges
at him!
Actually every scene was great-but not that scene when poor
Jerry got shot.
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Format: DVD
I might be a bit biassed in writing this but my shepherd named Shepherd of Bourne is a carbon copy of Jerry Lee. The dogs personality definetly shines through with his own little grunts and whines mixed with body language as close to human without looking fake or acted out. The story line is well written with Jerry Lee a headstrong K-9 dog who is well trained, but has his own way of doing things. This goes with the Police officer's character as well. I saw this movie when I was young, loved it, and have continued to love it as I have grown up over the years. I recently purchassed the DVD of K-911 and loved it equally, but nothing compares with the original. It's just now that I am finding K-9 on DVD and amazon.com is the only place that carries it. All other stores in my local area of Cape Cod do not carry this movie. 911 on the other hand is somewhat accessible. If you do choose to purchase this film I would recommend it for the age ranges of children from 8 and up. Some scenes involving some light violence and a suggested scene of the sexual nature of animals may bring up some questions to the parents.
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By A Customer on April 7 2002
Format: VHS Tape
This is about a "Stupid" cop who teams up with a 100% clever but annoying dog. This movie's got everything you want in a movie - humor, fast paced... and best of all DOG! Jerry Lee the German Sheperd dog is a realistic German Sheperd. I've got a Sheperd of my own, he is equally annoying, clever, out smart me. Some times I wonder if the dog thinks I'm stupid. The video is recommended to mature children, there are some rather embarrising moments when Jerry Lee trying to swoon a "lady".
Swear to god, you've got to watch K-9, because it is the best movie that ever made with a dog as a main charactor. IT IS A CRIME NOT TO WATCH IT!...
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