Rotten Tomato Consensus: Making the most of its thin premise, Fido is an occasionally touching satire that provides big laughs and enough blood and guts to please gorehounds.
|Carrie-Ann Moss, a pretty lady|
BUT! A suprisingly moving and touching movie. Lot of pain, these people are carrying. Might be the whole being locked down and what not. But I feel your pain, movie people.
The kid who plays Timmy, as in Timmy and Lassie, is some kid I've never seen named Kesun Loder. Things haven't gone well for him since this movie came out. He also now goes by K’Sun Ray, which is dubious, at best.
His mom is played by Carrie-Anne Moss, whom I'm extremely attracted to, especially in Momento. Meow. Fido is played by one Billy Connolly. I think I recognize him from the Hobbitt movies, but I'm not sure. Other people you'd know are Dylan Baker who always seems to play a child molester or a bitch, Henry Czerny (total that guy), and Tim Blake Nelson. TBN is always great. He's the "Gofer Everet" guy from Oh Brother Where Art Thou? He is the guy having sex with a young zombie who died of a brain aneurysm. Jesus, man. But luckily this behavior is pretty much seen as socially unacceptable, and not that widespread. Though there was a moment I thought CAM was maybe going to ride Fido, which doesn't happen, thankfully.
Winning the movie is the guy who plays Fido. That guy has to be perfect for this to work. Emotive AF while also making you think he would probably eat another boy's face off. No universe does he not win this shit.