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A Malinois dog that helped American Marines in Afghanistan returns to the United States and is adopted by his handler's family after suffering a traumatic experience.... (Full plot summary below)

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A Malinois dog that helped American Marines in Afghanistan returns to the United States and is adopted by his handler's family after suffering a traumatic experience.

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ReelViews - 8/10 by James Berardinelli Max is a throwback of sorts - a movie about the relationship between a boy and his dog. Lassie springs to mind as the genre classic, but this has a closer kinship to Rin Tin Tin. Although its sensibilities are old-fashioned, the movie offers a modern look and feel.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Walter Addiego The handsome and appealing Max, by the way, is played by five dogs. For the record, he is a Belgian Malinois, a breed that in real life is often used in police and military work.
Los Angeles Times - 7/10 by Katie Walsh Max is a big slice of patriotic, down-the-middle genre fare, but it manages to work — and jerk a few tears along the way.
Wall Street Journal - 7/10 by Joe Morgenstern This fine and welcome piece of family entertainment, directed by Boaz Yakin from a script he wrote with Sheldon Lettich, gets to a sweet spot by way of a smart premise, patriotic undertones and a coming-of-age story that’s downright stirring.
Village Voice - 6/10 by Danny King It's another modest, functional success from a director who used to work on the margins.
Empire - 6/10 by James White The truly effective emotional arc is handed to the furry member of the cast.
Movie Nation - 6/10 by Roger Moore The heart of Max is a boy learning about an always faithful dog, and as sentimental and manipulative as their bonding moments are, that’s what works.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 6/10 by Joe Williams When the movie morphs from a story of mutual healing into a crime-fighting caper, it goes off track.
Washington Post - 6/10 by Michael O'Sullivan Despite the overplaying, Max gets its job done, which is to celebrate the sacrifices of military dogs, while warming the cockles of your heart.
TheWrap - 5/10 by Inkoo Kang None of these plot points are run through with any thoughtfulness or panache. Despite a great, unaffected performance by Wiggins — the only one among the cast — and the primal joy of seeing the dog actors sprinting, leaping and maybe even emoting, the film is sunk because the characters never transcend their seeming origins in a Disney Channel movie project.
Screen International - 5/10 by John Hazelton Max is a genial if somewhat old-fashioned tale that’s too clunky to transcend its genre(s) but effective enough within its own limited emotional range.
Arizona Republic - 5/10 by Barbara VanDenburgh It's the Walmart of feel-good family films: accessible, cheaply made, useful in a pinch and full of American flags.

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