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Unleashed (Danny The Dog)

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Crime Boss Bart raises orphan Danny with no knowledge of anything other than how to fight, using him as an enforcer when debts must be collected. Don't want to be like a human attack dog any more, Danny escapes his captors and attempts to start a new life.
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Played by: Jet Li
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Washington Post
A film that could use a little less conversation, a lot more action.
May 13, 2005
Eye for Film
a dog of a movie, better not unleashed on any discerning viewer.
August 10, 2007
Princeton Town Topics
An irritating excuse to glorify senseless slaughter!
June 20, 2007
Big Picture Big Sound
Unfortunately, the fight scenes (and there are several) are very frontloaded.
July 14, 2007
Ebert & Roeper
It's the same stuff that as we always get where like the henchman come up to him one by one.
May 16, 2005
ReelViews
The film contains enough quiet, reflective moments for us to become aware how preposterous the central conceit is, and that keeps us at arm's length. For a movie that strives to be in-your-face, that's too far away.
May 14, 2005