Sox (2013) is a English movie. J. Horton has directed this movie. David DeLuise,Kerry Feirman,Jamison Haase,J. Horton are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2013. Sox (2013) is considered one of the best Comedy,Family movie in India and around the world.
The Levy family is just starting their new life together, but there seems to be something missing. The boys, Jesse & Liam, are not getting along and their Mom (Ashley Noel) doesn't know what to do. Things get worse when their dad (Jamison Haase) has to leave town on business. Things seem hopeless until Uncle Nick (David DeLuise) come to visit and brings a present: Sox the dog! But Sox is hiding a secret too: He can talk! But the F.B.D.I and local dogcatchers are after him. Can the Levy family keep him safe?
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This film is devoid of all character, charm or any quality that makes even the most dismal of films watchable. My two kids wanted to watch a family film and they both love dogs. To that end, this film ticked those two boxes...that's where the positives end. The quality of the overall film, cinematography and direction were possibly the cheapest and naffest I have ever seen. It was a though it had been filmed on a camcorder...and not in a cool 'Paranormal Activity' kind of way...just a low budget, high school project kind of way. The acting is dire. The storyline is non-existent. There is no comedic timing by any of the characters, the script and dialogue are terrible and there a no special effects.Conveniently the dog speaks through telepathy so no need to pay out for any CGI either. The minute the dog is about to do anything, the camera pans away and you don't see anything that it is supposed to be doing. You just see a few cheap camera wobbles, or unfunny expressions from the wooden cast. It is as if this film was made up as it went along. It certainly did not appear to flow. Even the credits were cheap and nasty. The only way this has scored as highly as it has, must be because the cast, crew and any investors have bumped the figures themselves. I presume Virgin Media must have bought the rights to this drivel and that is the only reason that it is on their movie rentals list. Do not waste your time, do not waste your money and pray that the makers of this film do not recoup the £15 they spent on this film and make a sequel.