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April 26th, 2015 ● ● 0 comments
If you love dogs, then it is highly likely that you’ll see “The Flash” star, Robbie Amell’s upcoming film “Max.” The film revolves around the younger brother of a Marine, who was killed in action; using lots of love and patience, he helps his deceased sibling’s Military Working Dog learn to love again.
However, if you still need some persuasion to see what is surely going to be a tearjerker, read on now!
Here are the top five reasons why you should definitely go see “Max” when it opens on June 26:
1) “Max” Celebrates The Bond Between Human And Canine
However, there’s a very special bond between handlers and their Military Working Dogs.
For example, Marine Corporeal Jose Armenta adopted his German Shepherd Zenit in 2012 after he was injured in Afghanistan. His loyal friend’s presence helped him during the rehabilitation process, said Armenta to the National Geographic.
2) The Spirit Of The Belgian Malinois Breed Is Honored In “Max”
However, these beautiful working dogs are not your average house pet: Belgian Malinois are intense. They need an experienced owner who can work with them in getting daily required physical and mental exercise.
For dog owners who have experience in handling high-drive working dogs, the Malinois make the perfect pet; they excel at dog sports such as IPO/Schutzhund, agility and nosework too!
3) The Audience Learns More About The Role Of Military Working Dogs
In fact, “War Dogs: Tales Of Canine Heroism, History, And Love” author Rebecca Frankel calls them the military’s greatest advantage in overcoming IED, noted Scientific American.
Now, “Max” will honor these canines and their handlers by weaving their courage into an incredibly gripping film.
4) “Max” Does Not Gloss Over The Topic Of Canine PTSD
The four-legged canine is not a superhero unlike “Lassie” or “Rin Tin Tin;” instead, he’s suffered the loss of his handler and is traumatized by what he’s seen as a Military Working Dog.
Sadly, Max’s issues were not made up as a plot point for the movie. Many Military Working Dogs have returned from the battlefield suffering from PTSD; they often need lots of extra love and training to help them overcome their behavioral issues, added NPR.
5) “Max” Is A Loving Homage To The Armed Forces
“Max” is a loving homage to the armed forces courageous soldiers, who face a lot of struggles while on the battlefield.
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April 21st, 2015 ● ● 0 comments
"The Duff" Projects
Lionsgate Home Entertainment and CBS Films have officially announced that they will release on Blu-ray The DUFF (2015), starring Mae Whitman, Bella Thorne, and Robbie Amell. The release will be available for purchase on June 9.
Based on the best-selling book by Kody Keplinger, The DUFF reveals that while social media can amplify even the little things, high school social hierarchy hasn’t changed since the John Hughes era.
Synopsis: Bianca’s (Whitman) universe turns upside down when she learns that her high school refers to her as a “DUFF” (Designated Ugly Fat Friend). Hoping to erase that label, she enlists the help of a charming jock (Amell) and her favorite teacher (Jeong). Together they’ll face the school’s mean girl (Thorne) and remind everyone that we are all someone’s DUFF…and that’s totally fine.
April 21st, 2015 ● ● 0 comments
On behalf of myself, Robbie Amell Fan visitors and the rest of Robbie’s fans, I would like to wish Robbie a very happy 27th birthday! We all are wishing you a great year full of happiness, joy, love, luck, success, health and peace. And most importantly, thanks for being such an amazing person and inspiration to all of us.
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March 18th, 2015 ● ● 0 comments
"Max" Projects Video
This inspirational true story will be released in theaters on June 26th, so mark your calendars!
March 12th, 2015 ● ● 0 comments
Robbie Amell wears a sweater really well in this new shot from his ShuString magazine cover.
The 26-year-old Flash actor opened up to the glossy about what he does in his spare time, advice he would give others, and more. Check it:
On his hobbies: “My fiancée [Italia Ricci] and I, ya know, we love just going to breakfast, taking it easy whenever we have the spare time to just relax.”
On what he would tell aspiring actors: “I believe that one has to be able to take criticism, and be able to take ‘no’ for an answer. Stick with it and persevere despite the hardships and hurdles that you may encounter.”
For more on Robbie, visit ShuStringMagazine.com.
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