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Jay Brazeau Jay Brazeau
Dr. Chuck Nelken
Parker Posey Parker Posey
Meg Swan
Michael Hitchcock Michael Hitchcock
Hamilton Swan
Catherine O Catherine O'Hara
Cookie Fleck
Eugene Levy Eugene Levy
Gerry Fleck
Carrie Aizley Carrie Aizley
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Lewis Arquette Lewis Arquette
Fern City Show Spectator
Dany Canino Dany Canino
Fern City Show Judge


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Christopher Guest Christopher Guest
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An average movie

5 years, 6 months ago at May 31 10:52
I’m not sure where I have seen this flick maybe I saw it in the movie theater at the time but since it received some very solid reviews, I had some rather high expectations. The point is that , this movie, like all Christoher Guest's mockumentaries, enjoy a rather impressive cult following but, somehow, it didn’t really connect with it. I mean, I can see where they wanted to go with their sati... read more
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Description: Christopher Guest, the man behind Waiting for Guffman, turns his comic eye on another little world that takes itself a bit too seriously: the world of competitive dog shows. Best in Show follows a clutch of dog owners as they prepare and preen their dogs to win a national competition. They include the yuppie pair (Parker Posey and Michael Hitchcock) who fear they've traumatized their Weimaraner by having sex in front of him; a suburban husband and wife (Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara) with a terrier and a long history of previous lovers on the wife's part; the Southern owner of a bloodhound (Guest himself) with aspirations as ... (more)
Release date: 20 October 2000
UPC: 085391895121
Tags: Comedy (20), Mockumentary (14), Animals (7), 2000 (6), Dogs (5), 2000s (5), Dog (3), Show (3), Pennsylvania (3), Lesbian (2), Illinois (2), Pet Shop (2), New York City (2), Animal (2), Hotel (2), Philadelphia Pennsylvania (2), PA (2), Congress Of The Cow (2), Dog Show (1), Title Spoken By Character (1)
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"Yes, when it comes to the level of competition in the business of dog shows, it's a dog eat dog world. And yes, I am enough of a low level mongrel (there is no pure breed in my blood) that I am willing to stoop low enough to use that over-obvious and over-used expression. Heck, I can keep digging up a crap-load of doggie-theme phrases to help describe the premise of this movie ("sitting up" with wit, "rolling over" with laughter, etc), but I don't want the unfunniness of those metaphors to dis"


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"Yes, when it comes to the level of competition in the business of dog shows, it's a dog eat dog world. And yes, I am enough of a low level mongrel (there is no pure breed in my blood) that I am willing to stoop low enough to use that over-obvious and over-used expression. Heck, I can keep digging up a crap-load of doggie-theme phrases to help describe the premise of this movie ("sitting up" with wit, "rolling over" with laughter, etc), but I don't want the unfunniness of those metaphors to dis"


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"I really enjoyed this film. The charcters are entertaing. The comedy is also really funny. This is, in my opinion, pretty quotable. I highly recommend this film. 9/10"



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