The newly released movie “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” is a very pleasurable movie. Though the movie is still entertaining, it contrasts a lot from the novel.
The newly released movie “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” is a very pleasurable movie. Though the movie is still entertaining, it contrasts a lot from the novel. In this third movie, Greg faces the problem of being the middle brother: being bullied by Rodrick, his older brother, and having to take care of his little brother, Manny. Greg and his father have many disagreements over what summer should really be about. Greg plans to spend the whole summer staying inside and playing video games, or seeing his crush, Holly Hills. His father on the other hand, wants Greg to interact more and play outside. Greg decides to stay ahead of his father by pretending to play outside. His father finds out right away, and bans video games and TV. When Rowley, Greg’s best friend, invites Greg to the Country Club as a guest, things seem to look up for him. Through many ups and downs Greg makes many bluffs to his family, friends, and lots of other people. It seems as though he has dug a very deep hole for himself. The question is can he get himself out of it?
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” is a laugh out loud movie that is will amuse the whole family. With some gross humor, moments some can connect to, and some hilarious moments, this movie is bound to get you laughing in no time. Some parts I liked about it were how they use some of the illustrations from the actual book, and that I could relate to being in Greg’s spot as the middle child. This movie is rated PG for some rude humor. It is an adventure movie for the whole family. I think this was definitely a good watch for the whole family!