I am feeling blessed that I was able to sit down on a one-on-one (okay one-on-two) interview with W. Bruce Cameron and his gorgeous wife and screenwriter, Cathryn Michon prior to watching “A Dog’s Way Home” on opening night. I met Shelby and learned all about her prior to seeing it. I am so happy and blessed to share my “A Dog’s Way Home Review” with all of you!
First of all my day was overall amazing! I interviewed them, met Shelby (and I love dogs), and also was able to take my daughter to meet them all three prior to the screening! I bought her a new book about Shelby and she was literally jumping up and down with excitement. Besides all of this, the movie truly is a great family film. I wish I would have had my youngest and my husband with me that evening. It is just a sweet story about a sweet dog and shows the true compassion that us as humans have with our pets.
As we sat down to watch the movie, my daughter and I were both concerned that the sad parts would be too sad. We stayed strong throughout the movie. We allowed the sad parts to affect us, but they made the entire movie more special. If you have ever had a dog missing for a bit of time, you know they have a story to tell. You know they were up to adventures that you are totally unaware of what they might have done while away. W. Bruce Cameron does an awesome job at telling a true adventure about Bella (played my Shelby).
A Dog’s Way Home is based on the New Times and USA Today Best Seller! It truly captures a great adventure. You will be falling in love with Bella, you will be laughing, tearing up, and even gasping throughout the film.