Cinema: Odd Couple

A BOY AND HIS DOG

Directed and Written by L.Q.JONES

World War III has happened again, and as usual, the earth has been nuked to dusty desert ruled by violent brigand bands.

The boy and the dog of the ironic title — though R-rated, the film is definitely not a co-feature for Benjie — owe allegiance to no one. Vic, the boy (Don Johnson), is strong and a good shot. It is true that he is a little short on smarts, but Blood, his shaggy pal, more than compensates for that. Though he is able to talk only to his master, his brain is...

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