Number Two Review

The Golden Child (1986)

Episode #19

Paramount Pictures released The Golden Child on December 12, 1986. Michael Ritchie directed the film starring Eddie Murphy, J.L. Reate, and Charles Dance.

‘The Golden Child’ 30-Second Summary

The film begins when the mysterious Sardo Numspa kidnaps the mystical bearer of virtue and kindness known as the Golden Child. This disrupts the fine balance between the forces of good and evil, and has unforeseen consequences. To save humanity, the beautiful Tibetan Kee Nang recruits the Los Angeles-based freelance lost children searcher, Chandler Jarrell, to find the missing boy. However, Chandler is quite skeptical of the woman’s story, but looks for the boy. In time, Chandler realizes that all that he is all that stands between the Golden Child and the powers of darkness.

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Paramount Pictures released The Golden Child on December 12, 1986. Michael Ritchie directed the film starring Eddie Murphy, J.L. Reate, and Charles Dance.

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  1. Your all very good but do enjoy Australian Shane when he gives an opinion which sometimes is exactly what I’m thinking, golden child podcast is the perfect example of him getting everything right with film dissection. His accent is amazing too. Keep up the good work.

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