|Seven Psychopaths (Movie) Shih-Tzu|
It's a wonderful day when movies are made featuring our favorite furry friends and family members can receive the credit they deserve by having movies made about them - highlighting their best qualities - modeling shots. The "Lion" dog is known primarily for its long, illustrious mane of hair that requires daily combing as a maintenance ritual, oral dental cleaning for proper hygiene, eyecare and more. In this film; however, the shih-tzu's job is the same as it was in royal Tibetan palaces when they weren't busy chasing rodents out; looking as cute as a princess and nothing more. The shih-tzus are so-loved by kings, queens, and a few, select Hollywood Union cardholders - that whether the Director calls "action" or "cut", the shih-tzu stays in character.
The shih-tzu pictured in this blog was found in a movie entertainment magazine ad on the free shelf/rack at the local public library. The DVD was reserved online and watched to the horror of too much violence in this reviewer's opinion. Save your time and rescue an animal from a pet shelter instead; it's a much greater contribution if you have enough love to share.
75% of 105,043 online movie reviewers at RottenTomatoes.com rated the film highly and it was considered by public library researchers/purchasers as good enough to buy and share with the public. "Seven Psychopaths" has a plot involving the kidnapping of a shih-tzu for ransom. Spoiler Alert: "The bad guy loves the shih-tzu!"
One thing that can be said on behalf of shih-tzus is that "it's about time" someone made a shih-tzu the main prop of a movie plot.