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Rating: 4.4 / 5.0 (95 votes)

Released: 2012-12-18

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days by 20th Century Fox

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days

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David Bowers
20th Century Fox
PG (Parental Guidance)

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Everybody's favorite wimp, Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon), is back for three times the fun in the latest film based on the super-popular book series! When Greg's dad (Steve Zahn) threatens to send him to military school if he doesn't stay out of trouble, Greg finds all-new ways to land himself in the doghouse! For starters, Greg's in over his head when he pretends to work at the swanky country club where Rowley's family has a membership. Things don't go much better on a father-son camping trip with the Wilderness Explorers, and then there's the Heffley's new dog, Sweetie, who fetches even more trouble for Greg in this hilarious family film!


  • Zachary Gordon
  • Devon Bostick


  • AC-3
  • Closed-captioned
  • Color
  • Dolby
  • Subtitled

Editorial Review

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, the third installment in the Wimpy Kid films, is sublimely funny for all ages. That's a tall order, but it's really true. The script, the jokes, the acting, the dialogue are all appropriate for pretty much all ages of children, but manage to be super-appealing to adults too. Zachary Gordon is back as Greg, the wimpy kid who just can't quite square his true desires–to play video games all summer, indoors–with his well-meaning dad's intention that he do something worthwhile, and preferably outside. When Greg starts hanging out at the swanky country club pool to be nearer his crush, Holly (Peyton List), he lets his dad (Steve Zahn) believe he's gotten a job there. The jokes and gags are not highbrow, and yet director David Bowers and the talented cast and well-written script keep things moving along, if you will, swimmingly. What's great about the Wimpy Kid films is that the kids are believable and on-trend, and yet wear age-appropriate clothes and don't drop swear words. It's endearing to see middle-schoolers treated as the almost-teens they are–emphasis on “almost.” Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days is truly a comedy that the whole family can enjoy together. —A.T. Hurley

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