Karate Dog

DVD Release: September 5, 2006
Karate Dog
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Synopsis

“Karate Dog” is “Doctor Dolittle” meets “Enter the Dragon” meets ” Turner and Hooch”! Cho Cho, a wisecracking canine, partners with a bumbling computer-geek detective to solve his Zen master’s murder and save the world from a biochemical maniac. Featuring an all-star cast and knockout special effects, “Karate Dog” is a hilarious romp that will have you howling with laughter.

Dove Review

This is just an hilarious action-packed comedy about a talking dog who also knows karate. This film is wholesome, entertaining and enjoyable. It reminds me of some of the funny movies I watched when I was a kid. It is filled with action and adventure as the duo try to find the bad guys.

There is some karate fighting that causes a man to die at the very beginning, which does warrant a “2” rating in the violence category; however, this scene is not overly graphic. There is also a brief reference to dogs smelling each other’s backsides. Overall this is a great movie and we gladly award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to the movie.

Content Description

Sex: Man and woman kissing.
Language: OMG- 4
Violence: Karate fights, one person dies.
Drugs: A bad guy takes an experimental drug.
Nudity: None
Other: Brief reference to dogs smelling each other's backsides.

Info

Company: Screen Media
Director: Bob Clark
Producer: Steven Paul
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Jon, Voight, Simon Rex, Jaime Pressley, Thomas Kretschmann, Ron Lester, Bonnie Paul, Pat Morita, Chevy Chase as voice of Cho Cho.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe