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The Karate Dog (2005)

When LAPD computer expert Peter Fowler investigates the killing of an old man in Chinatown, he finds the only witness is his dog, Cho Cho. But Fowler soon discovers Cho Cho is the only dog ... See full summary »

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When LAPD computer expert Peter Fowler investigates the killing of an old man in Chinatown, he finds the only witness is his dog, Cho Cho. But Fowler soon discovers Cho Cho is the only dog in the world who can speak to humans... not only that, Cho Cho is an expert in martial arts. When they join forces to track down the mastermind behind the death of Cho Cho's master, it leads these unusual partners into uncovering a dangerous conspiracy which puts both of their lives in danger. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for martial arts action/violence and some suggestive content | See all certifications »
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Chevy Chase agreed to do the movie, in a drug fueled haze. In fact, most of his voice acting was done while high/under the influence. All of his lines in the movie, are actually the only words the editors could understand. See more »

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Edited into Doggiewoggiez! Poochiewoochiez! (2012) See more »

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Look At That View
Performed by Aaron Edson
Written by Misha Segal, Harriet Schock and Geoff Levin (as Geofrey Levin)
Published by Pretty Elizabeth Music (BMI), More Future Schock Songs (ASCAP), Geoff Levin Music (ASCAP)
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Mildly entertaining, this movie is more of a family film
8 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is a great family film. Looking for something clean, fun and entertaining for the whole family, this movie will serve the purpose. It is by no means a riveting drama or a hilarious comedy. However, it will be fun for the kids and mildly entertaining for adults. Just by the tittle you should get the idea that the movie is not a serious one. The dog in this movie who talks and does karate is bent on helping a cop find the killer of his previous owner. The cop gets himself into all kinds of trouble as he struggles to produce evidence. Of course a minor plot is his relationship with a female cop who he infatuated with. The dog of course tries to help him with this as well. I guess you will have to watch to see how everything turns out.


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