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Aaron Jones almost 3 years ago
Instant classic, a Kung-Fu Western
Dzenan Suljevic over 4 years ago
One weird, and I mean weird movie. Chinese kung fu western with nice boss battles. Yes.
Kam-Hung Soh almost 5 years ago
Part Road Runner, a funny homage of kung fu flicks.
Alex Gifford almost 5 years ago
A laugh out loud action comedy with amazing fight scenes.
Kris Juchau over 5 years ago
Silly and fun Kung Fu movie, don't expect Enter the Dragon.
Sveven Lee 6 years ago
Justin L. Clemons 6 years ago
Greatest Kung-Fu spoof of all time.
Julian Liby 6 years ago
Kickass fighting and well timed humor makes for a great watch.
Chimz Mughogho 6 years ago
definitely one of the best
Kosala Liyanage almost 7 years ago
Fun and action filled.
Grant davies almost 7 years ago
fun. and some great ideas
Zach Sly almost 7 years ago
Very wacky, very fun. A mix of the Matrix and a Saturday morning cartoon.
Daniel Jones over 7 years ago
Stephen Chow is a comedic genius. This movie hammers that point home, hilariously.
黄家胜 over 7 years ago
make me laugh
Dominic Dirupo over 7 years ago
I agree with Ebert - "Kill Bill meets Looney Tunes"
Kakra over 7 years ago
Kelly over 7 years ago
Love it. love it. love it. love it.
Don Lathrop 1 year ago
Kung Fu Hustle is a 2004 action comedy film directed and produced by, and starring Stephen Chow. The other film producers were Chui Po-chu and Jeffrey Lau, while the screenplay was written by Huo Xin, Chan Man-keung, and Tsang Kan-cheung. Yuen Wah, Yuen Qiu, Danny Chan, and Bruce Leung co-starred in prominent roles. After achieving commercial success with Shaolin Soccer, Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia began to develop Kung Fu Hustle in 2002. Although the film features the return of a number of retired actors famous for 1970s Hong Kong action cinema, it contrasts with other martial arts films released at around the same time that have made the biggest impact in the West, such as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero. The cartoon style of the film, accompanied by traditional Chinese music, is often cited as its most striking feature. The film was released on December 23, 2004 in China and on January 25, 2005 in the United States. It received extremely positive reviews, with...
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