Woman Photoshops Her Dog Into Movie Posters, And It’s Too Much Cute To Take

In this current cinema landscape chock-full of asinine adaptations, redundant reboots and subpar sequels, I think that there needs to be more films centred around dogs. There simply aren’t enough films featuring man’s best friend, and the likes of Marley and Me, Turner and Hooch or Homeward Bound show us just how great a dog movie can be.

Unfortunately, as Snow Dogs and Air Bud (as well as its many inexplicable and increasingly ridiculous sequels) demonstrate, movies featuring dogs are almost exclusively terrible. Thanks to Irene Van Pelt and her terrific pup, Lucy, I don’t think I mind that too much. Irene has photoshopped her dog into famous movie posters, and I think I speak for all of us when I say that I’d love to see some of these movies come to life one day.

1. This would make a Mastiff profit at the box office

2. Janis Joplin as played by a dog?

3. I think this would also fetch a tidy profit

4. You don’t even have to change the title of this one

5. I think this version would be a bit more lighthearted

6. A dog doing ballet sounds kind of awesome

7. Significantly less scary

8. It’s always dangerous to miss a dog’s dinner

9. “Call in the military! She’s fetched all the balls!”

10. A classic with a doggy twist

11. I think this version would have definitely won the Oscar

12. …Maybe without the Colin Firth romance

13. 12/10 would see

14. And in the sequel he could fight Dogzilla

15. You’d be barking mad not to see this

16. She’ll get that ball if that’s the last thing she does!

17. It would be too adorable to be scary

18. Forget Matt Damon, I’d love to see how a dog could survive by itself on Mars

19. We’re gonna need a bigger ball

20. As if this film wasn’t weird enough

21. It puts the lamb chops in the basket, or it gets the hose again!

22. Will you take the red ball, or the blue ball?

23. This wouldn’t exactly be an Arrr’d sell for me

24. So many balls, so little time

25. This would truly be unique

26. This version would end with Kevin Spacey playing fetch

27. Ushering in a new era of fireworks-horror movies

I think it’s always really interesting to see life through the eyes of a dog, and it’s a little disappointing that there are so many movies that don’t quite do the noble canine justice. In any case, I can enjoy these movie posters, and imagine a world where dogs control the movie industry, and I think we can all agree that it would be a better world.

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