April 22, 2024
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‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ review: Plenty of fur, not a lot of heart

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The Detroit News

There aren’t big red dogs, so it’s completely understandable that in “Clifford the Big Red Dog,” Clifford is a CGI creation. But even before he’s a big red dog, Clifford is a little red dog. And instead of taking a real life pup and making him red — either through the use of nontoxic hair dye, or even color correction in post-production — the filmmakers use CGI, rendering him fake-looking, and making it hard to connect with the young Clifford. Connection is the key in “Clifford,” and the movie — based on the popular series of children’s books by Norman Bridwell — doesn’t do a good enough job o…

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