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Racing Stripes
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Racing Stripes 2005

The story of an abandoned baby zebra (Muniz) that grows up believing he's a racehorse. With the help of barnyard friends and teenage girl who dreams of being a jockey, he overcomes prejudice and self-doubt to pursue his dream of running with thoroughbreds. (read more)

Release Date:January 14th, 2005
Directed By:
No image existsFrederik Du Chau
Written By:
No image existsDavid Schmidt
No image existsKirk DeMicco
No image existsMike Samonek
Frankie MunizFrankie Muniz
No image existsHayden Panettiere
No image existsBruce Greenwood
Dustin HoffmanDustin Hoffman
Whoopi GoldbergWhoopi Goldberg
Joe PantolianoJoe Pantoliano
Mandy MooreMandy Moore
No image existsPatrick Stewart
No image existsJoshua Jackson
No image existsMichael Rosenbaum
No image existsSteve Harvey
David SpadeDavid Spade

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Racing Stripes Movie Review by wildhorse (7/25/2005)

Yuck! The best thing in it is Chris Rock as a horsefly. The storyline is icky, icky sweet -- and you don't give a *&%# about the characters. It's too bad Hollywood hasn't produced a good horse story since National Velvet. For fellow equestrians, I suggest Seabiscuit (but the book was better than the film).

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Racing Stripes Movie Review by James (6/1/2005)

Hi everyone, this is a good movie, not the best I have seen, but good, funny and very cute. There are some very racy (no pun intended!) lines that could offend some of those politically correct morons, but it is cute and funny, and very positive ending, with some great characters. Joe Pantoliano is hilarious as the Pelican...

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