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Someone is dognapping the canine citizens of Chem City, Texas! Two pre-teen girls overcome danger and conspiracies as they set out to solve the crime and administer justice with the help of a magical bracelet. As the girls battle the Mob, a punk gang and a crooked cop they learn something about friendship, courage and hanging with the right crowd. Written by
The producers advertised the film as being made using the "Community Model of Film Making," in which rather than paying a cast and crew, the cast and crew pay the filmmakers for the privilege of being involved in a major motion picture production. See more »
I watched this movie with my 8 1/2 year old daughter. We were entertained by the entire movie and both of us enjoyed it. OK, so the production quality was amateurish (not nearly as bad as, say, the "Blair Witch Project"), the story line was implausible, and the scene editing needed to be tightened up. This movie was good fun with a dose of "girl-power" and was family friendly. The two main characters (Helen and Marie) and the lead bad guy (Dirk) were compelling and definitely held the viewer's interest. The side characters such as the ice cream vendor, Texas twins, gardener lady, and bad cop, were cool and kooky and I looked forward to seeing their repeat appearances. The movie involved a bunch of girls from some group in the community and I thought that type of involvement was great. Who says you have to watch a slick $30 million dollar movie production to be entertained? This movie proves that you don't. One of my adult-oriented grade-B movie favorites is the "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes", and that one had less coherency to the story line and an equally amateurish production quality, yet is now a cult classic. You should not have high expectations when viewing the "Bracelet of Bordeaux", but you may find it captivating you. If you like this movie, you might like "How to Eat Fried Worms". Both movies revolve around kids resolving issues on their own.
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