Max 2: White House Hero

Synopsis: Max is assigned to the White House while Charlie, the secret service dog, is on maternity leave. He meets TJ, a 12 year old boy, who is the President's son. Due to his father's high profile, he is trying hard to fit in and lead a normal life. During a state visit by the Russian President and his daughter, Alexandra (Alex), TJ is asked to accompany her, during their stay. TJ befriends Alex, but when they get into trouble, Max comes to the rescue!
Genre: Family
Director(s): Brian Levant
Production: Orion Pictures
85 min

Have a seat.

Now this is highly irregular, Agent Thorn.

Never had to recall this type of

specialist back into active service.

Desperate times call for

desperate measures.

Saved more lives than

he could possibly know.

Smart, loyal, keen military instincts.

Best I ever served with.

And the family?

Very Supportive.

No, the Wincotts are

military through and through.

They were only happy to lend him to us.

He looks good on paper,

but he's been out of the game for a while.

How do we know he's still got it?

Agent Thorn,

meet Max.

Welcome to the Secret Service, Max.

And Russian president Vladimir Bragov

will be arriving later this week

to attend President Bennett's

first state visit since taking office,

an event that's set to kick

off a full week of arms

negotiations at presidential

retreat Camp David.

These two leaders

couldn't be more different.

The question remains

if Bennett's laid-back style

can handle Bragov's stronger,

- more aggressive stance.

- What?

Critics will be watching...


Just because the Kremlin

cowboy hunts tigers,

it doesn't make him strong.

Dad, can I talk to you about something?

It's about school.

Look, these things, they just take time.

You're the new kid on the block.

Look, TJ. Why don't you

invite some of your

new friends over to the White House?

I mean, how many kids your age

have their own bowling alley?

No, I'd love to invite

my new friends over.

If I had any.

Okay, you know, it's kind of

hard to make friends

when every time someone comes

up to you, they get frisked.

We know this is hard, TJ.

It's a big adjustment for all of us.

It's more than just an adjustment, Mom.

It's like living in a fish bowl,

and I'm the only one

who didn't ask for this.


There have been a lot of kids

who grew up here,

and I'm sure every single one of them

felt exactly the way you do right now.

But I will bet that

they wouldn't trade that experience

for anything in the world.

You know, so,

maybe, do your mom and I a favor

and just try to give it a chance.

I guess.

That's the Bennett spirit!

Go have a good day.

- Bye.

- Bye.

Baby bird, hold on.

Don't forget your lunch.

Baby bird? Seriously?

Oh, man. I've gotta get

a cooler code name.

Hey! You're new here.

And well-trained!

Well, I guess I know what you want.

Who's a good boy?

Who likes his belly rubbed?

- What's your name, fella?

- His name is Max.

And he's not here to play.

I wasn't playing with him,

Agent Thorn. I was just...

Okay, maybe I was

playing with him a little.

What's he doing here?

Max is one of the country's

highest-trained tactical canines.

He's been called to duty

to replace Charlie,

who's out on maternity leave.

Hmm. Charlie's a girl?

Let's go, Max.

Now, if you'll excuse us.

We have work to do.

Max, come.

Nice to meet you, Max.

Good luck in the fish bowl.

Hail to the geek.

You know that's cheating, right?

Does anyone want to trade for a PB&J?

Hit me! You can hit me!

Come on! They're not gonna

do anything to you.

Come on! You can hit me! Someone hit me!


And fun fact number 41...

It's TJ.

It's First Son, TJ Bennett.

I told you we might get lucky today.

I love you, TJ!

It's bad enough that

I had to dance with my mom

at the inauguration.

But now I'm a part of the tour, Coop.

I live here

but I feel like I'm on exhibit

365 days a year.

At least a gorilla in the zoo

gets Christmas off.

Look at the bright side, T.

At the zoo, they don't let

you feed the animals.

Think about it.

Worst case, you're only gonna

be here for eight more years.

Less if your dad gets impeached.

Thanks for cheering me up, Coop.

I do hear what you're saying, T.

But for some reason, they put a really

high value on security here.

Did you know that they X-ray

everything that comes into the kitchen?

Even the grapes.

I mean, what can you hide in a grape?

But it's not just that.

I miss my old life, my old friends.

I didn't run for office, you know.

Might just grow on you, T.

Why do you think so many presidents' sons

go into the family business?

Like you said, at least

the food's good here.

I mean, what do you put

in these things anyway?

Secret ingredient. Hold on.

That one's still probably

- a little bit hot-

- Hot! Hot!

Hey, Max! Come here, boy!

Come here, boy!


Good boy.

We'll get right on that.

I want someone on the ground

at 0800 hours for this situation.

Hey, TJ.

Who's your new friend?

Sit, Max, sit!

Good boy. Meet Max, our newest addition

to the White House staff.

Well, hello, Max.

I hope I can count on your

vote in the next election.

Oh! Yes! What a good boy!

Yes, what a good boy!

Uh, Dad, I don't think.

Agent Thorn wants anyone to

be playing with Max like this.

TJ, come on.

I'm the President of the United States.

I'm pretty sure petting any dog

I want is in the constitution.

Isn't that right, Max?

Yeah, isn't that right?

Mr. President,

I apologize. Our new security canine

shouldn't have left his station.

We're still getting him up to

speed on his duties here.

Good, then it's not too late.

Too late for what, sir?

To add a few more duties.

Like playing with TJ on his off hours.

Sir, as head of White House security,

I must voice my concerns.

This is an important week.

And I would hate for the dog to get

confused about his purpose here.

Noted, Agent Thorn.

But I'm sure a man with your abilities

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