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Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog DaysDiary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days
It is really hard to care about a movie when it seems like everyone involved doesn't seem to particularly care about it either. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days is the bottom of the barrel when it comes to kids' movies, relying on peeing-in-the-pool jokes and exaggerated facial expressions to try and coax a chuckle out of its audience. The third movie based on the popular books by Jeff Kinney is a series of vaguely related vignettes that chronicle the misadventures of Greg Heffley (Zach Gordon), the eponymous wimpy kid. Greg's main problems are that his crush Holly (Peyton List) didn't get a chance to leave her entire number in his yearbook before she was whisked away, and that his dad Frank (Steve Zahn) wants him to do something other than play video games all day. His solution is to tag along with his friend Rowley (Robert Capron) to the fancy country club where Holly teaches tennis lessons to kids. As a bonus, Greg tells his dad he's got a job there, too. It's hard to not be cynical about kids' movies and studios looking to make a quick summer buck, and Dog Days is a great example why. There are plenty of other interesting films for you and your family to enjoy in theatres this summer.

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