Here Is What People Are Saying About RUBY THE DOGUMENTARY - More Reviews
"I believe Ruby The Dogumentary is quite engaging and I think the characters are, well people featured, not characters are interesting. I think the dog is interesting and I think it is worth watching. From a dog loving public, finally is a movie that will speak to their hearts." - Laura Whitney 5/2/2015
"I did enjoy the movie. I loved it. Well I think that actually if your not really dog crazy, some people are not going to probably hold it close to their heart like the other ones. They are not going to have that mindset subjectively to relate to all the definitive what the hell is he doing here. I could find the placements of all of that because I have kind of been there. I had a soul mate dog that I lost to cancer. Mine ended up with a rare form of cancer and I ended up doing 11 months of whatever I could and lost her. That was really hard. I have lost alot of animals. Losing animals for me has not been easy. But anyway, hard loss. We don't want to talk about that. It was a very good movie." - Jody Marks Shannon 5/2/2015
"Awesome. Honest. Minnesota. Intelligent. Because it is so honest. You have to be from here to know what I mean, not here, this is Wisconsin. I am talking Minnesota. Welcome to Minneapolis, this is what we are like. There is a certain quality to it. It's very honest. It's clean. It's well done. Thoughtful. What other state would do a film like this? Have you seen any other films like this? Well seriously, he had to be from where he was at to get the idea in the first place. To fall in love with his dog, but then someone from Sioux Falls could do something else and you could make a dogumentary with your own personality. I don't know. I just really love Minnesota." - Beryl Wells Hamilton 5/2/2015
"Alright, it's a dog treat day." - Nelson T. French 5/2/2015
"What a great night at Red Mug Coffee! Magic Marc presented his film Ruby the Dogumentary (obviously about his Doberman Ruby). Thanks Marc, Ruby, and everyone who attended. It was a great night, great movie, and lots of fun." - John Bushey 5/2/2015
"Great premiere of Ruby the Dogumentary last evening! Thank you. - Zane Bail 5/3/2015
"Went to see Ruby the Dogumentary last night at Red Mug. LOTS of fun. Here's a review with photos and lessons learned."
"What a great event. Thanks, Marc, Michael and everyone involved. Fun!"
"Here's a good quote I meant to use in my blog entry: "Nobody can know the meaning of love unless they have owned a dog." ~ Marc Percansky" - Ed Newman 5/3/2015
"Ruby the Dogumentary was a big hit at the Red Mug Coffeehouse in Superior, WI last night. A good time was had by all - including Ruby!"
"Fun with friends. Suzanne Johnson pulled out all the stops with cotton candy, popcorn, and yes chocolates shaped human treats! Marc Percansky was every bit of himself and more - and Geno regaled us with a Crow River story extraordinaire. What a fun evening - dedicated to our friend John Bushey - puts life very much into perspective. Thanks..."
"Wonderful evening with friends."
"Still trying to describe Ruby the Dogumentary to Hazel...what a fun evening."- Nelson T . French 5/3/2015
"Thank you! It was fun. If everyone and every animal could be loved and treated as well as Ruby, the world would be a much better place. Enjoy your Sunday."
"I loved hosting the event. I'm giving my cat Frances some extra love today. No psychic collage in her future though." - Suzanne Johnson 5/3/2015
"You hit the nail on the head Ed! It was a fun night of gratitude for life and the friendship of a dog." - Gene LaFond 5/3/2015
"Ruby the DOGumentary. The first ever premiere screening of a dog movie at a dog park with dogs present. The night was perfect as were the guests. And Ruby was a very special girl. LOVED HER. Watching her and Marc and the movie was watching the human/dog bond." - Anne Hendrickson 9/26/2015
"I thoroughly enjoyed the Dogumentary about Ruby. What a fun idea to screen it in a dog park. Lots of subtle humor weaved in the film. Anyone that loves their dog could relate to the situations you chose to film. Your family and friends are good sports for helping with your project. Is Ruby ll in the works? Ha. Sorry we didn't quite make it to the end of the movie, but mother nature called and we didn't see any bushes big enough to hide behind." - Jim Portesan 10/15/2015
"I just really enjoyed seeing Marc express himself. His love of Ruby reminds me of my love for my dog Ollie, he was a white Samoyed and I get it, I get the love of your pet." - Jeff Victor 11/22/2015
"Unconditional, unconditional love." - Steve Grossman 11/22/2015
"That was adorable, thank you for inviting me, she is very cute. George and I looked much younger back then. Both of us did. We are both getting older. George is 10 now. I think that was when he was 2 or 3. It was nice to be in it. There were just a couple of bits where I recognized some of the people or some of their dogs and I wanted to point out to them that they were in it. George got to be in the movie so that was cute. Nobody commented on him but he was still there. George is my mother's dog technically so he is sort of the center of the family and he keeps us from yelling at each other." - Jacqueline Kjono 11/22/2015
"Marc, your movie was not only a statement about the relationship of you and Ruby, but spoke well of the basic bond of man and dog. A Doberman is not supposed to be so gentle, yet, I guess you can have an influence! Technically, the interleaving of the time periods in the sequencing worked well for me. Good job." - PAL (Phil Little) 12/17/2015