This image released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Milo Ventimiglia in a scene from "The Art of Racing in the Rain." (Doane Gregory/Twentieth Century Fox via AP)
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This, friends, is the definition of a trap.In other words, you already know if this movie is for you.Director Simon Curtis, writers Mark Bomback and author Garth Stein and the appealing cast including Amanda Seyfried and Kevin Costner (who voices the dog) have some restraint and style.Stein helped adapt his bestselling 2008 novel about a wannabe race car driver, Denny (Ventimiglia) and his dog Enzo for the screen (and tissue sales). It's told from the dog's point of view, although thankfully there's no uncanny, mouth-moving CGI happening here. For the most part, though, Enzo is just a dog with an interior monologue.This idea, seemingly central to the book, is introduced curiously late in the film however.
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