Best in Show
Comedy • PG-13 • 2000 • 1 hr 30 min
Comical parody of dog shows and the eccentric contestants. The dry humor is the best.
A classic comedy featuring some of the best actors out there!
Hilariously accurate depiction of relationships between humans and dogs. Experience Levy and O’Hara before Schitt’s Creek.
Quirky and enjoyable mockumentary. If you like Guest's humor, you'll enjoy it. Not exactly laugh out loud, but so clever with the improv
A Guest classic, maybe best. Based on the comment’s - you may want to be at least aware of the ‘mockumentary’ gag before watching?
A movie I could talk or not talk about all day and still find things in it to not talk about.
Casting, writing and acting are top notch. Hilarious and rewatchable.
My favorite of the Guest mockdocs. Everyone is on their A game and also it has dogs. Perfect combination.
Guest peaks in this film. Unrelenting satirical comedy from start to finish. Better than Spinal Tap, and that isn’t easy.
Hilarious and fun, especially if your a dog owner/lover
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