The Art of Racing in the Rain


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance / Sport

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 45% · 120 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 96% · 5K ratings
IMDb Rating 7.6/10 10 38353 38.4K


Top cast

Milo Ventimiglia as Denny Swift
Gary Cole as Don Kitch
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966.53 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
Seeds 33
1.7 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
Seeds 64

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nanettemeau 10 / 10

Watch to the end. Beautiful story!

Tears. This is personal. I have a 2 year old naughty, loving, beautiful and mischievous golden retriever boy. A stranger at a local dog park struck up a conversation and asked me where I got my golden. Then proceeded to tell me that I've got to go watch The Art of Racing In the Rain. So I kept the idea tucked away in my to do list. Finally cpl weeks later I purchased it on my Prime account. Movie is very heartwarming. A little sad. Unfair. Hopeful. Profound. Thoughtful. Touches on life's moments that seem to grab us. Moving along life's gifts come and go stealing our hearts. Dogs are God's gifts to us, especially those of us who are alone in age, loss of our human best-friend, single, looking to complete a family, widowed or need love to give and receive. Watch it and relax. It brought tears to my eyes knowing one day my 2 year old golden will be gone. So I embrace all of his naughtiness and love him for his big sweet heart of gold.

Reviewed by deloudelouvain 9 / 10

A box of tissues is required.

I didn't know anything about the movie before watching it. As soon as I saw it was about the life of a dog 'Enzo', beautifully narrated by Kevin Costner by the way, I looked at my wife and told her I will probably cry with this movie. When it's about animals I have difficulties not to cry when something 'happens' to the animal, and that even though I know it's just a movie. And oh boy did I cry with this movie, and so did my wife. At one point we were both balling without ending. Just thinking about it makes me want to cry again, and that's a day later. It's the kind of movie that reminds you previous dogs you owned, or the dogs you have at this moment. I watched it with Lou, my lovely poodle that I rescued, sitting in my lap, and Jef, my Andalucian waterdog, cuddling next to me. You can't help it to compare things from the movie with your actual life and pets. The story itself is not flawless, but it doesn't matter as it is too beautiful to stand still at those little imperfections. The relationship and endless love between Milo Ventimiglia and his dog Enzo is something a lot of dog owners will recognize. I love my dogs so much it hurts just thinking one day I will have to let them go, but knowing they had a good life eases the pain. The Art Of Racing In The Rain is a movie for animal lovers, a movie where you will need a box of tissues. I loved it, but I wonder if I could watch it again.

Reviewed by muamba_eats_toast 10 / 10

Absolutely fantastic

I expected this to be about average but what a pleasure to watch such a range of emotions. Heartwarming, breaking and also at time so much fun perfectly balanced and acted. A breath of fresh air.

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