FLUKE (1995 USA)


Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.5|5.0 Starsììì

Fluke—a ‘feel good’ story, worth watching—has an original, creative concept with great voicing by Samuel L. Jackson and Matthew Modine. Although some of the actors/actresses seem to be prompted a great deal to get through their assigned dialogue and scenes, the movie presents a thoughtful presentation of reincarnation and life cycles. Watch for Ron Perlman and Bill Cobbs.

Storyline

Fluke (voice of Matthew Modine), a dog who remembers who he was before being reincarnated, makes the long journey home to find his family.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Carlo Carlei for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Tom Coleman and Jon Turtle for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include:Rumbo (voice of Samuel L. Jackson), Thomas P. Johnson (voice of Matthew Modine), Carol Johnson (voice of Nancy Travis), Jeff Newman (voice of Eric Stoltz), Brian Johnson (Max Pomeranc), Sylvester (Ron Perlman), Boss (Jon Polito), and Bert (Bill Cobbs).


Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Except for one suggested ‘sleepover’ scene, the movie is decent, clean, and serves as a good family watch.

Ben Meyers

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