Fluke

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A man learns to be a better person when he turns into a dog in this thoughtful and surprisingly somber drama for the family. Tom Matthew Modine, a businessman, is so driven to succeed that he all but ignores his wife Carol Nancy Travis and their son Brian Max Pomeranc. Tom's perspective changes when he dies in an auto accident and is reincarnated as Fluke, a big brown dog. Fluke wants nothing more than to be with Carol and Brian, but he gets lost as he tries to make his way home. He's adopted by a homeless woman,...
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A man learns to be a better person when he turns into a dog in this thoughtful and surprisingly somber drama for the family. Tom Matthew Modine, a businessman, is so driven to succeed that he all but ignores his wife Carol Nancy Travis and their son Brian Max Pomeranc. Tom's perspective changes when he dies in an auto accident and is reincarnated as Fluke, a big brown dog. Fluke wants nothing more than to be with Carol and Brian, but he gets lost as he tries to make his way home. He's adopted by a homeless woman, and with her, Fluke truly learns to give and receive love for the first time, but when she dies, the dog is left with nowhere to go. Fluke is soon befriended by Rumbo voice of Samuel L. Jackson, a guard dog at a junkyard who teaches him how to survive on the street, but before long, Fluke once again hears the call from his heart to find Carol and Brian. Fluke also stars Eric Stolz, Ron Perlman, and Jon Polito.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/5/1996
  • UPC: 027616584335
  • Original Release: 1995
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Matthew Modine Voice Only
Nancy Travis Carol Johnson
Eric Stoltz Jeff Newman
Max Pomeranc Brian
Samuel L. Jackson Voice Only
Ron Perlman Sylvester
Bill Cobbs Bert
Federico Pacifici
Collin Wilcox Paxton Bella
Jon Polito Boss
Clarinda Ross
Technical Credits
Carlo Carlei Director, Screenwriter
Elisabetta Beraldo Costumes/Costume Designer
James Carrington Screenwriter
Thomas Coleman Producer
Mark Conte Editor
Richard Fojo Art Director
Dayna Lee Set Decoration/Design
Mark Mangini Musical Direction/Supervision
Paul Maslansky Producer
Raffaele Mertes Cinematographer
Dave Nelson Animator, Special Effects
Lata Ryan Producer
Carlo Siliotto Songwriter, Editor
Lynn Stalmaster Casting
Hilda Stark Production Designer
Jon Turtle Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    "Fluke by name..."

    This is the best dog lovers' movie ever!! It's really sad, and wonderfully funny! I recomend it to everyone!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Fluke- U make my heart sing!

    I loved this movie and I cried so much! The music was so wonderful, I wonder if there is a soundtrack!? I want this movie so bad for Christmas! I wonder why it was never really heard of?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Fluke isn't just a fluke of nature...

    .. he's a fluke of a movie. When I was very young, I wanted to see this movie so badly it was amazing. I love dogs, and since the main character was a dog, this movie called to me. But, I never saw it in the theater. At the time, "Far From Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog" was playing, and I was too caught up in that movie, and forgot about Fluke. At a local video store, 6 years later, I saw it and remembered. But it sounded too... somber? to be a kids movie. I found it at Wal*Mart for $7.50, 4 years later, and I bought it. I am glad I never saw this as a child. I think I would have bawled my eyes out. There needs to be a huge tearjerker alert on this DVD. The human acting isn't the best. The plot is sketchy for a reason, and I won't elaborate, because if I did, it would wreck the entire point of the movie. Barney, the dog from Homeward Bound 2, did a wonderful job. I think everyone should see this movie. It reminds us what love is REALLY about- something we may not have realized we forgot until you see Fluke. 4 Stars to Fluke for reminding me. This is a very touching movie, and I think it deserves better press than what it got- and NOT to be advertised as a little kids movie. It's message is just as real as in 1995, and I hope it touches you as much as it touched me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Elizabeth, My review

    This movie is very sad. Watch this movie yesturday with my dog Prince. Some scenes are very sad went he friend get shot and he tell him to leave him their and for fluke to stay their in forest. It was hard for fluke to leave his friend their almost going to die. In the end of the movie he realize that he know that life should be cherih in every form.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Fluke is so cute!!

    This is a very cute movie about a dog trying to find out who he really is and trying to communicate with the ones he loves. This is really good because it's touching and really shows love.

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