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Best in Show

(Rated PG)

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“We have so much in common. We both love soup”

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Overview

Centering around the annual Mayflower Kennel Dog Club Show, Best in Show jumps between various contestants and their pets, all a little unhinged and completely pooch obsessive. We see them before, during and after the show, getting the full surreal spectrum of their semi show biz lives. All the characters are memorably competitive — anxious yuppies (Parker Posey, Michael Hitchcock) fight in front of their neurotic Weimaraner; a bloodhound owner (Christopher Guest) has ventriloquist dreams; a trophy wife (Jennifer Coolidge) eyes off her poodle’s handler (Jane Lynch); two men in kimonos (John Michael Higgins, Michael McKean) pamper their pooches to the hilt; and a couple (Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara) keep running into the wife’s past lovers.

Why You Should See This Film

Not so much a mockumentary as a dogumentary, Best In Show is one of director Christopher Guest’s (This is Spinal Tap,Waiting For Guffman) most loved movies. One of our favourite comedies of all time, Best In Show was largely improvised by the cast, most of whom had worked with Guest before and continued on in his next film A Mighty Wind. Endlessly quotable, and utterly essential.

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  • Year: 2000
  • Rating: PG
  • Director: Christopher Guest
  • Cast: Eugene Levy, Jennifer Coolidge, Parker Posey, Catherine O'Hara, Christopher Guest, Jane Lynch, Fred Willard
  • Duration: 88 minutes
  • Language: English
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