Full-Length Trailer for Ken Marino's 'Dog Days' Rom-Com About Dogs

June 13, 2018
Source: YouTube

Dog Days Trailer

"This dog has made us a family." LD Entertainment has revealed the full-length trailer for doggie romantic comedy titled Dog Days, a film about how dogs bring us together and connect us. Set in Los Angeles, Dog Days is an ensemble feature that follows a group of interconnected people in Los Angeles who are brought together by their lovable canine counterparts. The film's ensemble cast includes Nina Dobrev, Vanessa Hudgens, Adam Pally, Eva Longoria, Rob Corddry, Tone Bell, Jon Bass, Michael Cassidy, Thomas Lennon, Tig Notaro, Finn Wolfhard, Ron Cephas Jones. Plus tons of cute doggies who also deserve to be credited as well. Unfortunately this doesn't look that good. It seems to be trying too hard to be a romantic comedy and not a dog movie, which is what I was hoping it would be. I wish this looked better…

Here's the full-length official trailer for Ken Marino's Dog Days, direct from LD's YouTube:

Dog Days Movie

You can still watch the first teaser trailer for Ken Marino's Dog Days here, to see a bit more of this.

Dog Days is a hilarious and heartfelt ensemble comedy that follows the lives of multiple dog owners and their beloved fluffy pals around sunny Los Angeles, California. When these human and canine's paths start to intertwine, their lives begin changing in ways they never expected. Dog Days is directed by American actor-turned-filmmaker Ken Marino, director of only the film How to Be a Latin Lover previously, making his second feature film. The screenplay is written by Elissa Matsueda. This has not premiered at any film festivals or elsewhere yet. LD Entertainment will release Marino's Dog Days in theaters everywhere starting on August 10th later this summer. Follow @DogDaysTheFilm for more. Who really wants to see this film?

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Really, really would not have expected Marino to make such a vanilla-looking film.

DAVIDPD on Jun 13, 2018


Yeah, I'm with you. Given his background, this was pretty disappointing.

grimjob on Jun 13, 2018


Films like this will make dogs repulsive to people. And people to people ...

shiboleth on Jun 13, 2018


Yeah, I am, I know. It's not about the dogs, but more about people. In fact, I don't dislike that relationship, I just don't see very interesting. Of course, I had a dog (and a cat) as a kid (I even liked that old film version of Benji, sometimes in 1980s), but it was never very special thing for me. I guess I always saw some master/slave complex in it on behalf of the humans. And I saw that only as a phase in my life, which doesn't interest me anymore. But then again, I have friends with dogs and cats and I just do fine with all of them. Same goes for you Bo, do enjoy this and never mind my attitude about the whole thing. Cheers ...

shiboleth on Jun 15, 2018


Well, I'm not running out to see this bit of trifle, I can tell you that. Some night, looking for something to watch on cable, if it's there I'll give it a try. As to if I can get thru the whole thing...that's another story. I just tried to watch Tom Cruise in American Made and couldn't generate enough interest to see it thru to the end. He and it was just terrible. Same for Ghost in the Shell or whatever with Scarlett J. Not much for me these days. Tonight I'm going to give that trapped on a mountain movie with Idris Elba and Kate Winslet a shot because I really like Elba as an actor. Hope to get thru it to the!

Bo on Jun 15, 2018


Yeah, that's my choice sometimes, too. To see what just come along. As for other films you mentioned, I could only watch what you mentioned, the one with Elba and Winslet. I didn't have very much interest in T. Cruise's film so far, and Ghost in the Shell was the idea for going out from one of my friends. Not good choice for me either, to be honest, which means I absolutely agree with you with this one too. Let's take it slow, huh? The other night, for example, I watched a small British film called Copenhagen (2014), about a young man (he's an American in this story) looking for his Danish ancestors. It's about young people's defining moments in life. I thought it was pretty good. Just a suggestion. Well, if not that, something good will come at some point, right? Cheers.

shiboleth on Jun 16, 2018


Angeliuum AI Prediction: FINANCIAL FAILURE for 'Dog Days'

Angel Tsvetkov on Aug 4, 2018


Angeliuum AI Prediction: FINANCIAL FAILURE for 'Dog Days'

Angel Tsvetkov on Aug 4, 2018

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