Atom User Reviews for The Art of Racing in the Rain
Honestly a great movie, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry and will be on the edge of your seat. If you even considered watching it, watch it
excellent movie. great ending
You'll need lots of tissues!
Great movie, original story very enjoyable
Good sad movie! Acting was great. A good movie to watch at home on a rainy day
Feel good when you leave the theater.
I love this movie!! Made you happy, sad, and mad all in the span of just about two hours. It's amazing
get tired of the highly educated dog thoughts narrating the whole movie
I great story and an emotional movie
A fantastic movie; a definite must see.
A must see. Milo was fantastic and who couldn't listen to Kevin Costner read the phonebook (sorry for the old expression) let alone be the voice of Enzo. Just when I thought I knew what was going to happen, it didn't. LOTS of tissues needed.
Such a good feeling movie. I highly recommend it.
if you a pet owner you will love it
Very contrived story and terrible voice over for dog done by Kevin Costner. Still I am a sucker for anything that has a dog in it and who doesn't like the Actor Milo Ventimiglia?
so great and thought provoking...we all need to surround ourselves with good people...
I’m a Ferrari fan , gf loves dogs... perfect combo!
Wonderful story causing so many emotions. Loved it
I don't get out often to see movies since I'm a professional driver. But was able to see this movie and honestly was the best choice It had me from the beginning till the very end definitely a lot of emotional scenes. Movie of the year for me.
Enzo was a loving emotional dog, who loved his family.
Love the movie, makes me want to drive home fast in my WRX and see my Labrador.
Not as great as the book, but really sweet!
The movie had all the same feel that Marley & Me, A Dog's Purpose, A Dog's Journey, and even the original of them all, Old Yeller, had but just enough to be different from the rest. Still a tear jerker, family oriented, and inspiring movie. Great for a date or the entire family.
I'm not crying, you're crying!
They did the book justice!
Some heartfelt performances and an adorable dog aren’t quite enough to combat the sentimentality and contrivances that follow.
Shaped by a near-constant monologue from a golden retriever named Enzo, The Art of Racing in the Rain is watchable but flat, with only occasional flashes of wit and feeling.
This sentimental slog about the relationship between a friendly golden retriever and the growing family of a race car driver is, under director Simon Curtis’ no-nonsense stewardship, about as box-checked and rubber-stamped as mainstream entertainment gets.