Like Cats & Dogs

Synopsis: Spencer (Wyatt Nash) and Lara (Cassidy Gifford) couldn't be more different. He's a cat person and she loves dogs. When a reservation mix-up lands them -- and their pets -- in the same vacation house, they have to find a way to get along without killing each other.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Ron Oliver
Production: Front Street Productions
 
IMDB:
6.4
TV-G
Year:
2017
84 min
105 Views


Yes, mom, I'm getting

off the train, right now.

Okay, I told you

I would call you

when I got

to the rental place.

Mom, it's only for two weeks.

I'm sure you and dad

will be fine.

Yes, I know

it's our busy season, mom.

Yes, but you're also

the one who told me

that I needed a vacation,

so here I am.

Yes, I will keep my receipts,

don't worry.

Fi love you, too...

Frank! Frank!

Shoot...

Frank! Frank! Frank!

Frank! Frank!

Down!

He got away from me,

I'm sorry.

It's okay.

It's... it's okay.

You all right, Mozart?

Mozart?

Yes, after the composer.

I know who Mozart is.

I'm sure you do.

No offense.

You okay, Mozart?

Is this mean dog

scaring you?

Frank's not really mean.

Frank?

Yeah, after the singer.

Well, anyway...

Excuse me.

Hope you have a nice day.

You too.

You're not really mean,

are you, Frank?

No, you're not.

Let's go.

It should have

wireless capabilities.

Electric, obviously.

And if it has a sunroof,

it should have a uv coating

on the interior

of the glass as well.

Excuse me for a second.

Hi, honey.

I'm just getting my rental car.

Electric?

Obviously.

UV?

You know how you burn.

I'm not going to be outside

that much anyway.

I have two weeks

to finish my thesis.

Well, I'm glad to hear that.

You really need

to focus, Spencer.

My father doesn't give out

these grants to just anybody.

I know.

I wi promise.

Okay, I've gotta go.

Call me later.

I wi love...

You.

That's my girlfriend.

She worries.

This place is so beautiful.

No wonder you love living here.

Well, I can't wait to see you.

How long has it been?

Since your wedding, right?

A whole year?

That's crazy.

We've got a lot of

catching up to do.

Yes, just let me

get settled in at the house,

and then we'll go out, okay?

First Margarita's on me.

About that.

What? come on,

don't tell me

you've changed that much

since college.

Like I said, we've got

a lot of catching up to do.

I'll see you later.

Okay, see you later.

Do you believe it, Frank?

This whole place is ours,

just us, two whole weeks.

This is amazing, Frank.

Do you see this?

My gosh...

Look at this view...

Didn't look this big

on the website.

Frank...

Come here.

Frank...

They must have

a big family.

This is nice.

What, not up to your standards?

Now, this is more like it?

Yeah.

I think it's exactly

what we need.

Now, while that's chilling,

let's go take

some shots outside.

Come on, Frank.

All right, Mozart,

this is home

for the next two weeks.

Isn't that thoughtful.

It's good, too.

Deserves a better glass

than this.

How about this one?

No?

Yeah.

Anybody could've taken this.

Maybe that's my problem.

What do you think, Mozart?

How do you like the place?

What's wrong with you?

What?

What's wrong with you?

Frank!

Frank!

Frank!

Frank!

-You!

-you!

What's your dog

doing in my house?

What's your cat

doing in my house?

Actually, what are you

doing in my house?

That's an easy one.

It's not your house,

it's mine.

Come on, Mozart.

Let's get you

somewhere safe,

away from that animal.

He has a name.

That's okay,

you're not a mean dog.

No, you're not...

It's fine, buddy.

Please don't be scratched.

Please don't be scratched...

It took me an entire year

to find this album.

Can't you just

download it?

It's not the same.

It's like the difference

between the sunshine

and a tanning bed.

Okay...

Would you like to tell me

what you and your dog

are doing here?

Look, all I know is

that I rented this house

for spring break.

See?

I had to fill out

this whole questionnaire.

And then I go out

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