Zoey is a talented dancer whose organized life is rudely disrupted when she moves in with her new step-dad and three step-brothers, until she discovers a dog-training app that can get boys to obey her every command. But she soon learns that it isn’t the cure-all she had hoped for.

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Film Cast:

  • Zoey Stevens: Zendaya
  • Rachel Todds: Chanelle Peloso
  • Jackson Kale: Spencer Boldman
  • Taylor Dean: Emilia McCarthy
  • Adam Thompson: Adam DiMarco
  • Ben Thompson: William Ainscough
  • Ted Thompson: Aleks Paunovic
  • Jeannie Stevens: Lucia Walters
  • Tripp van Winkle: Jedidiah Goodacre
  • Yuki: Louriza Tronco
  • Zach Thompson: Conner Cowie
  • Charlie Wang: Samuel Patrick Chu
  • Short Dork Dancer: Zachary Gibson
  • Shirtless Guy: Drew Ray Tanner
  • Principal Mumford: Christine Willes
  • Ogre Boy: Andrew Herr

Film Crew:

  • Executive Producer: Harvey Kahn
  • Executive Producer: Carol Baum
  • Executive Producer: Jane Goldenring
  • Executive Producer: Michael Prupas
  • Casting: Candice Elzinga
  • Editor: Richard Schwadel
  • Director: Peter DeLuise
  • Producer: Lisa Towers
  • Music: James Jandrisch
  • Art Direction: Cherie Kroll
  • Executive Producer: Fernando Szew
  • Post Production Supervisor: Dawn Knight
  • Production Design: Jill Scott
  • Choreographer: Aakomon Jones
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Greg Stewart
  • Hair Department Head: Ian C. Ballard
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Angelo Nicoloyannis
  • Costume Design: Farnaz Khaki-Sadigh
  • Script Supervisor: Alison Hunter
  • Set Decoration: La Vonne Girard
  • Teleplay: Billy Eddy
  • Teleplay: Matt Eddy
  • Makeup Department Head: Tana Lynn Moldovanos
  • Teleplay: Rachelle Skoretz
  • Novel: Leslie Margolis
  • Director of Photography: James Alfred Menard
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Roger Morris
  • Production Manager: Allen Lewis
  • Music Supervisor: Valerie Biggin
  • Production Sound Mixer: Eric Lamontagne
  • Second Assistant Director: Catherine Kretz
  • First Assistant Director: Bill Mizel
  • Property Master: Yasmin Wallace
  • Construction Coordinator: Glenn Burdett
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Dale Shippam
  • Location Manager: Michael Farias
  • Production Accountant: Melissa Ruffle
  • Transportation Coordinator: Dean Fitzpatrick
  • Assistant Editor: David Grave
  • Production Coordinator: Nancy Elizabeth McKenzie

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: **Flopped terribly!**

    I did not know why there was so much hate on this film. I never give any preference to those criticisms. Instead, I always prefer taking chances and that’s how I saw this film. I was not expecting much. Like usual any Disney films, I thought it would be fun, but my prediction went totally wrong. I am really sorry to join those criticisers, but this film is the worst I have seen in many years. Seeing the bad films are part of my watch, but I never expected this low. The last time I rated this low probably half a decade ago.

    There’s nothing much different in the story comparing with other Disney films such as the recent ‘Adventures in Babysitting’ and ‘The Swap’. But those films fared decently, while this one was utterly crap. Firstly, the cast was unbelievable. It was totally a disaster, including the lead, Zendaya. The only bright spot was the Chanelle Peloso.Especially the mean girl was very annoying. Not as a character, but as an actor with her character execution.

    The film was based on the book called ‘Boys are Dogs’. But the narration was very slow in the film, it took forever between each scene. Only by dragging the film got past the 90 minutes, otherwise it is an hour long film. Only her fans might enjoy it. Not even the little kids or the grown-ups would do that, so I totally recommend to stay away from it. I never used such words that I wrote here for my reviews. I regret for that, but the fact remains that the film is not good, not even average, only very bad.


  • Cam_and_Vyond: I don’t like how this movie depicts boys. It seems pretty sexist. And the plot is just dumb. Ain’t no way the world a phone can get zapped by dog food and then magically controls boys.
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