Beyond The Breed: Exploring The Best French Bulldog Movie Performances

One of the most well-known little dog breeds in the world, particularly among city dwellers, is the French Bulldog. With their huge but cute bat ears and even personality, they are loved by owners alike.

But did you know that they’re also popular, specifically in movies?

In this article, we will tackle some of the movies where Frenchies are spotlighted, and we recommend you watch some of these starting today!

Due Date (2010)

In the 2010 movie Due Date, Sunny, a 15-lb. female Frenchie shone on screen with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis with her pushed-in nose, wrinkled forehead, and sage manner. The pup stole the stage and garnered a loyal fan following after the film’s release.

Robert Downey Jr., someone who doesn’t have a dog, because of Sunny, suddenly thought he might like to have one. Although Sunny is now two years old, her breeder insisted on getting her back when he inquired about adopting the dog.

Bringing Down the House (2003)

The Steve Martin and Queen Latifah-led romantic comedy movie “Bringing Down the House” was released in the United States in 2003. It was written by Jason Filardi and directed by Adam Shankman. Martin plays Peter Sanderson in the movie, a lonely lawyer who meets a woman online only to discover she has fled prison in order to defend her innocence. She then starts to ruin his own existence as a member of the upper class.

The cutie Bulldog stars when Charlene (Queen Latifah) and Howie (Eugene Levy) kidnap Mrs. Arness together with the pup. All knowingly, Frenchies star as dogs for the rich, and the adorable cutie was also kidnapped by the lead actors in the film.

What Happens Next (2011)

Paul, a closeted and self-unaware CEO in his 50s, retires and begins falling for a younger man half his age whom he meets in a dog park.

The French Bulldog starred in the movie in a scene where Paul receives a french bulldog from his appearance-obsessed socialite sister Elise, who causes Paul to take the dog to a dog park where he meets attractive 20-something dog owner Andy. Meeting regularly, Paul starts to explore his long-buried emotions as his desire for Andy grows. Fortunately, Andy and Paul both like each other. In the meantime, Elise wants Paul to get married and tries to set him up with her friend Irene. However, Elsie is also troubled by her art photographer son, Brian, who she wrongly believes is gay.

Grace Stirs Up Success (2015)

The 2015 family comedy-drama film Grace Stirs Up Success stars Joe Bastianich as himself, Virginia Madsen, Eloise Webb, Caitlin Carmichael, Notlim Taylor, Lili Bordán, Fabrice Michel, Roxane Bret, Krisztina Peremartoni, and András Bálint. Olivia Rodrigo plays the title character. Vince Marcello directed the film Grace, which had a script by Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin.

Grace the main character, discovers a solution to save her grandparents’ failing bakery by competing on a season of MasterChef Junior while taking an unplanned trip to Paris. The Frenchie shows up as a supporting character of Grace, who just moved from America to Paris, France.

Slightly Single in LA (2013)

Slightly Single in L.A. is a fun romantic comedy film that you’ll enjoy seeing.

It centers on Dale, a girl with a sassy, cool, and free-spirited nature. She resides in the opulent city of Los Angeles and is single.

After multiple failed attempts at quasi-relationships, Dale comes to the conclusion that it is difficult to find a meaningful relationship in Los Angeles.

When Dale’s old friend Zach, a well-known rock star and heartthrob, reappears in her life, she starts to think that finding love in L. A. may be feasible.

The cast of the film also features Lacey Chabert, Jenna Dewan, Kip Pardue, Carly Schroeder, and Jonathan Bennett, along with another beautiful Frenchie.

Modern Family (2009-2020)

Christopher Lloyd and Steven Levitan are the creators of the American family comedy television series “Modern Family” for the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). From September 23, 2009, to April 8, 2020, it had 11 seasons. Three different family structures are followed in suburban Los Angeles, and they are all connected by the patriarch Jay Pritchett.

Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)

A 2019 American buddy action comedy movie titled Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is directed by David Leitch and written by Chris Morgan and Drew Pearce from Morgan’s original story. It is the first Fast & Furious franchise spinoff, taking place after The Fate of the Furious (2017) before F9 (2021). Along with Dwayne Johnson and a starring French Bulldog, the movie also stars Idris Elba, Vanessa Kirby, Eiza González, and Jason Statham in their respective roles as Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw from the main series. 

The story revolves around the main heroes’ odd alliance with Shaw’s sister as they fight a terrorist (Elba) who has been cybernetically altered and is endangering the globe with a terrible virus.

The Ladies Next Door (2016)

The French Bulldog is the focus of this short film’s whole plot.

Marbeth, the main character, is an eighty-year-old dog enthusiast who has wanted a French bulldog for her birthday ever since she was a tiny child. She and her pals attempt to find a method to acquire the French Bulldog for her granddaughter despite the fact that it is expensive.

Sheila Mudd Baker, Hank Brock, Millie Browner, Bob Elkins, and Amy Goodwin are among the cast members of the film.



You have just seen the different movies that star these magnanimous yet cute Frenchies! Who hasn’t known that they’re the same as humans – they can be superstars because of their beauty. We hope that you’d like and watch these movies, they’re worth the time you’ll spend on each frame the Frenchie smiles and gets the attention more than the characters!


Are there dog movies on Netflix based on true stories?

Some dog movies are based on true stories like Dog Gone: A Lost Pet’s Extraordinary Journey and the Family Who Brought Him Home by Pauls Toutonghi. It is based on a true account of a family who lost their dog, Gonker, in 1998 and launched a determined search to find him

Dog movie titles 1990s

Some 90’s movies about dogs include: A Goofy Movie (1995), Air Bud (1997), Beethoven (1992), and – you’ve guessed it — 101 Dalmatians.

French Bulldog cartoon movie

We recommend you watch the movie Feast First Look (2014) by Disney.