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The Golden Child

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This story tells about more excitement and fun, where the story began by the abduction of a Tibetan boy, the mysterious golden child, by evil Sardo Nomska. It seems that this process will be a disaster for the fate of humanity. In the end, it seems that private detective Chandler Jarrell, a specialist in missing children, will be on the job of finding him before there is something dangerous and things get worse.
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Lawrence Journal-World

October 11, 2002

Yet another in a long string of Murphy abominations.
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Movie Eye

May 27, 2003

An uneven and staid mystical bore that miscasts Murphy something fierce. There's nothing Golden about this neglected Child.
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Video-Reviewmaster.com

February 23, 2008

Mediocre Eddie Murphy comedy looks very dated now.
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Moviehole

September 17, 2002

Maybe being typecast as Axel Foley was a good idea
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Spirituality and Practice

August 25, 2004

Not even Eddie Murphy's normal bag of tricks and tics can save this contrived and unconvincing film from self-destructing.
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Juicy Cerebellum

May 30, 2003

Eddie Murphy begins to dabble in "kiddy-land."
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

A half-baked comedy without a heart.
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Needcoffee.com

February 09, 2003

An extremely amusing film from back when Murphy was still funny; it's been unfortunately mostly forgotten these days.
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FilmsInReview.com

February 13, 2004

His posse told him he was god-like.
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KFOR Channel 4 News

January 29, 2003

A mixed bag of occult mayhem that I remember liking as a kid.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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January 01, 2000

This film -- insignificant and lightweight and monumentally silly -- is entertaining from beginning to end.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

December 10, 2003

Indefensible rubbish with occasional flashes of invention and Victor Wong.
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