Clifford The Big Red Dog

Clifford The Big Red Dog

By Walt Becker

  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Release Date: 2021-11-10
  • Advisory Rating: PG
  • Runtime: 1h 36min
  • Director: Walt Becker
  • Production Company: Paramount
  • Production Country: Canada, United Kingdom, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 5.99
7.3/10
7.3
From 1,306 Ratings

Description

When Emily discovers her little red puppy named Clifford has grown ten-feet overnight, she turns to her eccentric Uncle Casey for help. But when a mad scientist tries to capture the larger-than-life playful pup, it takes the entire neighborhood to hide Clifford as they race across the city. Get ready for the incredible, laugh-out-loud comedy adventure that is BIG fun for the entire family!

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  • Bad live action

    1
    By CriticalLovee
    Darby Camp is too old for this role and she is supposed to be a blonde not a redhead and the CGI is terrible
  • It’s okay I guess

    3
    By Alyssa michelle gladden
    The part with the doctor is the best part but in the park I was a little bored so I skipped that part but everything else was bomb
  • I love the movie 🍿

    5
    By rhiley walker
    By rhiley
  • Trash

    1
    By Derfboy
    Offensive and poor taste. Why did they have to put magic in it smh
  • What subtitle languages are available for this movie?

    2
    By NissimB
    What subtitle languages are available for this movie?
  • Great kids movie

    5
    By ~Seth N.
    Fun movie!
  • I’ve seen it 20 times…

    5
    By wadbndslp
    …kids. Ya know how it is. I’m not gonna say this movie is Oscar worthy (who analyzes moves like that anyway when they’re clearly just for fun). I give it 5 stars for being a tolerable/fun movie that can be watched over and over with kids.
  • Nicolas Douglass is so wrong

    5
    By Scorbunny phyco
    Clifford isn’t stupid!
  • Clifford The Big Red Dog

    5
    By Jay W. Y
    This is one of the most OUTSTANDING movies ever!!!
  • Ruining childhoods yet again

    1
    By Nicholas Doulgass
    Stop prioritizing money, and ruining beloved classics. The children’s animation should RIP.

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