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Film Date :   June 26, 2015 (United States)
Genre :   Family Adventure   
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Maxis a 2015 American adventure film directed by Boaz Yakin , and co-written with Sheldon Lettich . The film stars Josh Wiggins, Dejon LaQuake, Thomas Haden Church , Robbie Amell , Lauren Graham , Luke Kleintank , and Jay Hernandez . The film was released by Warner Bros. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer on June 26, 2015.

Max is a Belgian Malinois used to help U.S. Marines in Afghanistan . His handler is Kyle Wincott (Robbie Amell). Kyle keeps in touch with his family back home by joining a cam chat with his mom Pamela (Lauren Graham). His father Ray (Thomas Haden Church) served in the Marine Corps as well, he was released after being injured in the gulf war. Kyle's younger brother Justin (Josh Wiggins) doesn't really care for what Kyle and their father have done for their country, and he is mostly moody while playing video games.

Kyle is questioned about weapons his squad has captured going missing. He knows that his friend Tyler Harne (Luke Kleintank) is among those involved with these shady dealings and warns Tyler he can't cover for him like he did when they were young. The two of them go into the battlefield with Max. The dog walks by a suicide bomber who sets off his explosives close to Max. The resulting explosion is traumatic to Max, and Kyle runs over to console him. Kyle is then intentionally shot dead by Tyler.

Justin makes money pirating video games for other people, while Ray wants him to work with him. The family is informed that Kyle was killed in action. His body is brought back home for a burial. When Max is brought to the funeral, he struggles free from his leash and lays beside the coffin.

The other Marines notice that Max is only calm when he's around Justin, apparently sensing that he is Kyle's brother. The family adopts the dog. Justin initially wants little to do with Max, but eventually takes to the animal, going so far as to sleep in the yard with him.

Justin goes to hang out with his friend Chuy (Dejon LaQuake) in the woods on their bikes. There, Justin meets Chuy's cousin Carmen (Mia Xitlali), who got kicked out of her house for getting a tattoo on her neck. Justin mentions Max, and Carmen offers to go to his house and show him some tricks with how to handle Max. Little by little, Max's behavior starts to improve around other people.

Tyler visits the Wincotts one evening. They bring him around outside to see Max. Max growls and pulls the chain out of the ground to run toward Tyler, but Justin holds Max back. In private, Ray asks Tyler what really happened to Kyle. Tyler implies that Max turned on Kyle and caused him to discharge his weapon on himself, leading to his death. Ray warns Justin that if any incident occurs with Max, he is going to get put down. Justin decides to do his own investigation in the matter, calling upon one of Kyle's old friends Sergeant Reyes (Jay Hernandez) for help. Reyes secretly gives Max a DVD of Kyle training Max, moving Justin to tears.

Justin is approached by Chuy's other cousin Emilio (Joseph Julian Soria), a cartel member. He presses Justin over a video game rip that he wants. Afterwards, Justin and Max follow Emilio into the woods where he meets with other cartel members, as well as Tyler. Tyler is about to sell weapons to them, but the cartel's dogs sense Max. The dogs run into the woods after the two. Max fights them off and severely wounds one of the dogs in its hind legs. Justin runs away and leaves his bike behind.

When he gets home, Justin sees Tyler next to his mom, along with the corrupt Deputy Stack (Owen Harn), who was seen at the weapons exchange and is the cartel dogs handler. He has a bandage on his arm which he says is from a dog bite, and he claims he had to put down one of his dogs. They accuse Max of doing harm, and they want him to be put down as well. Tyler talks to Justin in private, telling him he now has to work with him so that nothing happens to his family. Chuy hears about the incident and tells Justin to leave him and Carmen out of it.

Max is taken away by animal control officers and is almost caged up at the facility, but he manages to overpower them and make his escape back home. Meanwhile, Ray, who has employed Tyler for his job, goes by his work site and finds Tyler making a business deal with the cartel. Before Ray can react, Emilio holds him at gunpoint.

Max makes it home and finds Justin. Together, with Chuy and Carmen's help, they run back into the woods to find the villains and get Ray back. As the dawn breaks, the kids have found the villains with Ray being kept in Stack's truck. Justin rides down on his bike and pushes Emilio down a hill where he breaks his leg. Ray knows his son is nearby and he incapacitates Stack. Justin reunites with his dad and hugs him. Tyler chases Justin and Ray on foot while Stack drives, only to crash into a tree after Ray shoots at the truck again. The truck explodes, killing Stack, and detonating the cache of weapons.

Tyler chases Justin by a bridge that has gotten partially damaged with an explosive. At the last moment, Max runs by the bridge to save Justin. Tyler aims his gun at Max, only for Justin to kick him from underneath, giving Max a chance to pounce on Tyler and push him off the bridge to his death, avenging Kyle's death.

Emilio and the cartel members are arrested, and the family is back together again safely. Justin's relationship with his dad is better, and the family has welcomed Max into their home. Justin and Carmen also start going out. They, along with Chuy, join the Wincotts for dinner.

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