Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

A movie within a movie, created to spoof the martial arts genre. Writer/director Steve Oedekerk uses contemporary characters and splices them into a 1970s kung-fu film, weaving the new and old together. As the main character, The Chosen One, Oedekerk sets off to avenge the deaths of his parents at the hands of kung-fu legend Master Pain. Along the way, he encounters some strange characters

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Kung Pow: Enter the Fist torrent reviews

Jace T (au) wrote: Great Story,Great Cast.However some scenes seem repetitive and some scenes go really long.Other than that its a great film

Rafael C (ca) wrote: Horrible acting job from JCVD.

Alex K (ca) wrote: Best one so fare. Could not stop laughing. The actor that plays Dewight Stifler should get his own spin off movie because he was fantastic in this role and reminded me so much of myself when I was in college. This was a solid step up above The Naked Mile and a lot more out there then the first 3 films.

Tom R (de) wrote: it could have been a great movie. Awesome acting.

Jeffrey P (jp) wrote: You had me at Daniel Craig, you lost me at all the British accents. Otherwise, entertaining even with the spiderweb storyline.

Timm S (au) wrote: Gripping & Clever Thriller That Is A Complete Master-piece Of Film-Making. Ignoring The Low Budget, The Editing With A Slick Stoy Cleverly Builds The Tension.

Shawn W (nl) wrote: Female Olympic gold medalist takes over as coach of a struggling high school boys basketball team. Cathy Lee Crosby gets racier than I expected. Hard to believe a sexual relationship between coach and student is deemed acceptable in the 1970s.

Timothy J (us) wrote: Filmed during World War Two. Generally a propaganda film meant to lift the spirits of those at home in the US.

Brian B (au) wrote: This movie is ridiculous and awesome. The lines are classic. The violence is intense and unrelenting. The characters are overblown. Rourke plays Butch "Bullet" Stein, a just-released ex-con who reacquaints himself with life on the street by stabbing an unwelcoming thug in the eye and then scoring some dope. He wears a massive gold star of David on a giant gold rope chain. The blowout action continues throughout...too many crazed scenes to recount. Tupac plays "Tank," Bullet's nemesis from the inside with a score to settle. Bullet has two brothers: one is an artist played by Brody, and the other is the "lotion guy" from Silence of the Lambs (Ted Levine). If you thought Levine was over the top in "Lambs," then you have not seen this film. He plays an ex-Marine who lives at home with mental problems. During the day, he runs an ad-hoc training camp for adolescents in a junkyard. It's crazy cinematic gold.

Faisal F (mx) wrote: Never Forget The Past...

Richard L (jp) wrote: Average movie but the rock is the highlight he is very good in this very funny and good performance some very good moments in film too.