A Christmas Wedding Tail Movie Review
A Christmas Wedding Tail stars Jennie Garth and Brad Rowe, Tom Arnold, and Catherine Hicks. The movie was directed by Michael Feifer.
Dog Voices: Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox
The movie opens with a woman, Susan, walking her dog. Her male dog, Rusty, takes interest in a female dog, Cheri, running through the park and takes off which results in the owners meeting. Of course, the owner of the female dog is a man, Jake. Thus, boy meets girl. As the Jake walks away with his dog, he manages to secure a date with the Susan . . . surprise surprise.
Jake has 2 girls and Susan has three boys, all with interesting personalities. The two families bond including the two dogs (who think aloud). The dogs provide the viewer with a secondary story line, a dog romance.
On Thanksgiving, Jake asks the Susan to marry him and she says yes which makes the dogs happy, but the youngest son who hasn’t spoken much since his father passed away is troubled by the engagement. Jake’s girls are not too happy either . . . at first.
The happy couple chooses a date . . . yep, you guessed it . . . Christmas.