My Dog Skip is a 2000 American family drama film, directed by Jay Russell. It is based on the autobiographical book My Dog Skip by Willie Morris. The movie was released March 3, 2000. The movie recounts a few anecdotes about nine-year-old Willie growing up in Yazoo City, Mississippi. The son of a veteran of the Spanish Civil War and a housewife, Willie is the daily victim of three school bullies. Then one day the title character, a dog he names Skip (bought by his mother over his dad's objections) comes into his life, and everything changes. The dog is Willie's entry into a world of new and even stronger and closer friendships. Thus, Skip teaches him that the strongest and truest friendships can be just as wonderful and precious like life. Wikipedia
Willie Morris: Canine 4-F! I can't believe it! He obeys orders really well, I know. (Willie, Rivers and Skip start walking) Willie Morris: And he can do all those tricks. I don't know what got into him. Rivers Applewhite: Maybe he just got scared. Willie Morris: You're saying my dog's a chicken? Rivers Applewhite: No, I'm not saying your dog's chicken. I'm just saying maybe he might got scared. (a car horn horns) Mrs. Jenkins: Dink's coming home, Willie! Dink's coming home! My boy's coming home! Willie Morris, Rivers Applewhite: (jump excitedly) Yes, Dink's coming!