Karate Dog (2004)
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Critic Reviews for Karate Dog
Helen Keller could have made a better movie using only a Polaroid camera and some paper dolls.
Audience Reviews for Karate Dog
Snubbed by the Academy, Voight delivers the performance of a lifetime as a criminal mastermind who will do anything to get what he desires. Impeccable acting mixed with a brilliant script and visionary direction create a story that will have you on the edge of your seat, while also leaving the viewer wanting an encore as soon as the credits are scrolling. The emotional tension in this film is second to none. Also snubbed by the Academy include the stunning and life-like CGI, Bob Clark's direction, Gregory Poppen and Steven Paul's original screenplay, and Chevy Chase's unbelievable voice acting abilities. I'm just sad I could only give it five stars. Folks, this is one you don't want to miss.
Day 11: The Karate Dog. For a movie called The Karate Dog, there is ridiculously little karate, let alone a dog doing it. I only recommend this movie for one reason: Jon Voight fighting the titular canine voiced by Chevy Chase.
one of the worst movies any person with working brain cells can see - which is why i watched almost 45 minutes of this drivel
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