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Gabe the Cupid Dog

posted by Nell Minow
B
Lowest Recommended Age:All Ages
MPAA Rating:G
Profanity:Very mild language
Nudity/Sex:Mild
Alcohol/Drugs:Social drinking, cigar
Violence/Scariness:Mild peril
Diversity Issues:None
Movie Release Date:2012
DVD Release Date:October 23, 2012

A dog named Gabe plays Cupid for his newly single master in this sweet family-friendly story.  Gabe belongs to Eric (Brian Krause of “Charmed”) a journalist planning a move to the UK.  But animals have to be quarantined for six months before they can enter the country and Gabe really doesn’t want that.  So he has to figure out a reason for Eric to stay home, and decides his best bet is to find him a new girlfriend.  A pretty neighbor named Sarah (Boti Bliss of “CSI: Miami”) seems like a good candidate.  There are complications along the way but Gabe is on hand to make sure that it all ends happily ever after.



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