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Unleashed (Danny The Dog)
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Unleashed (Danny The Dog)

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In a completely emotional and emotional story about a physically strong man named Danny. Maybe Danny has not been given any kind of proper education, but he knows one thing, fighting only in his life. Danny is accompanied by Bart, the man who treats him like a guard dog only and has not been given proper human attention. Dane becomes the man used to get money through the fights that earn Bart a lot of money. But when Bart is injured in a car accident, it seems that Danny does not want to be like a human assault dog, but wants to escape that seemingly prison-like situation and start a new life into a different future.
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July 14, 2007

Unfortunately, the fight scenes (and there are several) are very frontloaded.
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June 20, 2009

Li's fighting sequences are unique for their street fighting style of realism and brutality...
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May 16, 2005

It's the same stuff that as we always get where like the henchman come up to him one by one.
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June 20, 2007

An irritating excuse to glorify senseless slaughter!
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May 14, 2005

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.
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March 21, 2011

This is by far Jet Li's best English language film, and one of the finest of his career, not because of the thrillingly choreographed fight sequences but because of its well constructed story and Li's riveting performance.
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August 17, 2007

Li's dramatic turn is no match for his fists of fury.
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August 10, 2007

a dog of a movie, better not unleashed on any discerning viewer.
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May 13, 2005

A nice, violent little film about the redemptive powers of art and love.
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July 25, 2007

We're treated to some impressively percussive fights.
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January 07, 2006

An intriguing little action thriller, a half-and-half story divided between sequences of vicious violence and quiet, wryly comic scenes of newfound domesticity.
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May 13, 2005

A film that could use a little less conversation, a lot more action.
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