1. Seattle author of Racing in the Rain enjoys the new attention - KING 5 Evening  KING 5
  2. Simon Curtis on 'The Art of Racing in the Rain' and Directing Dogs  Collider.com
  3. The Art of Racing in the Rain: A tired narrative in a saturated dog movie market  National Post
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Angelo Muredda: As in the other talking dog movies, the dog’s overly folksy voiceover feels artificially grafted onto prosaic visuals and a tedious plotAngelo Muredda: As in the other talking dog movies, the dog’s overly folksy voiceover feels artificially grafted onto prosaic visuals and a tedious plot

The Art of Racing in the Rain: A tired narrative in a saturated dog movie market | National Post

Angelo Muredda: As in the other talking dog movies, the dog’s overly folksy voiceover feels artificially grafted onto prosaic visuals and a tedious plotAngelo Muredda: As in the other talking dog movies, the dog’s overly folksy voiceover feels artificially grafted onto prosaic visuals and a tedious plot

The Art of Racing in the Rain: A tired narrative in a saturated dog movie market | National Post

The Art of Racing in the Rain movie director Simon Curtis tells us what it was like working with the dogs and why they added more lines for Kevin Costner.The Art of Racing in the Rain movie director Simon Curtis tells us what it was like working with the dogs and why they added more lines for Kevin Costner.

Simon Curtis on The Art of Racing in the Rain and Directing Dogs | Collider