I couldn't help but watch this on a plane to Chicago this weekend. I was that bored.
I mostly watched this movie without sound, but here's what I've always wondered: why is it that when a person gets turned into a dog, they can only bark? You'd think that if a person's brain was represented in a dog's body, they'd be able to figure out how to use the dog's vocal chords to enunciate something other than "Woof!"
Even dogs with dog brains can be taught to enunciate. Here's a dog saying "I love you" on Letterman http://www.devilducky.com/media/35588/
Here're more examples of talking dogs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbBmOuSt8rM
So why, WHY does every movie where someone turns into an animal have that person just able to make animal sounds?
Maybe I'm reading too much into stupid Tim Allen movies. Besides Galaxy Quest, does this guy have any good movies? He might be the biggest sell-out actor in all of Hollywood. After doing Toy Story he'll do anything Disney throws a bag of money at him to do. Most of them involve him changing into something like a dog or santa claus.
And yet people still pay for these movies. When will you people learn??