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Friday, February 6, 2009

Gone to the dogs

Posted By on Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 1:42 PM

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Real dogs.

In the face of this massive print media crunch, where newspaper all over are losing staff and killing sections left and right, Karen and Philip Martin have a plan to steel the Dem-Gaz's weekly MovieStyle from cuts. Phil's writing reviews in the voice of a dog.

In today's section, nine-month-old puppy Paris makes her second appearance. Several week back she wrote about "Hotel for Dogs." This time, she tackles the new "Pink Panther" movie.

It's about what you'd expect
.

Anyway, the movie starts with a cartoon with a panther prancing around (grrr!), which is funny. And then comes along the part where I wanted to snooze. But professional movie critics like me can’t take a nap during the movie they’re reviewing - not unless they’re at a film-festival screening of Gus Van Sant’s Gerry, dad says. But you can!

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