This will be a tough one. Amanda here has a very glossy coat of hair indeed, and her lipstick is pitch-perfect with that marigold gown. But LOOK AT THESE VERY GOOD BOYS:
Since I’ve just now noticed that I THINK I can see through the top of Amanda’s OdlR bodice, to notice that her boobs are smooshed in there most thoughtlessly, I’m going to give this round to those two shiny floofsters. And somehow I doubt she’d mind. Also, Milo Ventimiglia was there.
This is a movie narrated by the dog (voiced by Kevin Costner). What’s with the influx of talking dog movies? We had A Dog’s Purpose, then the sequel A Dog’s Journey just this past May — which, amusingly, was released at the same time as John Wick 3, a franchise that began with a dog — and now The Art of Racing in the Rain. It is a good time to be a dog in Hollywood. I just hop their stage parents are better at it than they often are of their human actor children.