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“Does The Dog Die?” Website Answers The Most Important Movie Question
Every movie trailer and poster lists an MPAA rating and the reasoning for that rating. What’s been lacking, throughout the history of film, is an indication of whether man’s best friend makes it out of the movie alive or not.
Luckily there’s a place to check and see which movies are dog-death free. It’s called Does The Dog Die?
The question of whether all dogs go to heaven or not is irrelevant. Watching a pooch bite it on screen is always downright brutal, and we as a people should have fair warning before walking into any dog-massacre.
Yeah, that will take away from the tension and drama towards the end of some films, but ultimately audiences will be spared of the waterworks that are sure to ensue after any Old Yeller incidents.
How does the system work?
DTDD uses this icon set to break flicks down into three categories:
Simply search for the movie of your choice and and see which icon it’s assigned. From there you know if it’s safe viewing.
For example, I searched for Independence Day [Spoiler Alert =X]:
If only we had this back when Where The Red Fern Grows came out :(
Prepare yourself. Visit Does The Dog Die.