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See Spot Run

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A mailman takes care of a dog that, unbeknownst to him, is an FBI drug-sniffing superdog that has escaped from the witness protection program after becoming the target of an assassination.
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Globe and Mail
There are eight credited writers on this rapidly paced jumble of a movie, which could be a record. (You have to wonder: What movie titles did this octet of high foreheads reject?)
March 22, 2002
Common Sense Media
Too dumb and too vulgar for anyone.
December 28, 2010
A wheezing, underpowered affair that pads two amusing scenes out to feature length with some canned sentiment, lame ad-libs and break dancing.
March 02, 2001
Cincinnati Enquirer
A messy, though mostly amiable, comedy that can't quite decide who it wants to entertain.
October 15, 2002
RTÉ (Ireland)
Only young Jones and the dog come out of it with their reputations intact.
April 16, 2003
It is possible, in fact highly probable, that the writers of this movie are as idiotic as the fat-headed lead character on screen.
May 28, 2001
Empire Magazine
The plot is so ridiculous and the execution so poor that nothing can save this floundering mess.
June 01, 2001
San Francisco Chronicle
The perpetrators of See Spot Run want you to know who in this brutally dumb canine comedy is the idiot. David Arquette aside, depending on how long you stick around, it might be you.
March 02, 2001
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Adults will find little to entertain them, but at least it's not an ordeal to sit through.
November 06, 2002
Seattle Times
See Spot Run, the new movie starring David Arquette is no good. It stinks, it's stupid, it's not funny.
March 02, 2001