Yuen Wah, Yuen Qiu, Danny Chan, and Bruce Leung co-starred in prominent roles. It was that appealing to the eye. If you really watch the movie carefully, you will know what kung-fu is. I can't remember the last film I enjoyed myself in more. It is action comedy at its finest. Some of the effects not only will have you in stitches, but also in shock and awe at the sheer incredibility of some of the scenes.
Stephen Chow uses his own way to express kung-fu. Make it your mission to see this film - it will be one of the most entertaining you ever see. You are watching now the Kung Fu Hustle movie has Action Comedy Crime Genres and produced in China, Hong Kong with 99 min runtime. This film simply does not look like a Hong Kong film. Like most Stephen Chow films while the concept is simple to describe, the execution is far more complex. Only one side will win and only one hero will emerge as the greatest kung-fu master of all.
Lam Chi-chung as Bone, Sing's sidekick Eva Huang as Fong, Sing's mute love interest. It has been awhile since a director has been able to take me from quite serious and intense graphic violence to over the top ridiculous spoofing. There are a terrific number of effects shots in this film far more then I've ever seen in a Hong Kong production save maybe the terrible Wesley's Mysterious File and while I am disappointed at the lack of practical effects the impressive quality of them more then makes up for it. Although there was not much to the story, it was not non-existent, either. Yuen Qiu as the Landlady of Pig Sty Alley. Sing is badly injured and hides in a traffic control pulpit, where his injuries spontaneously heal.
Wachowski's take not, this is how you direct Yuen Wo Ping to this artistic peak. It could also be great if you feel like a good comedy. The impressive action is thanks largely to the great choreography talent including both Sammo Hung and Yuen Wo Ping each working on the film at spate occasions. It is not his funniest film, but that is because it takes the risk of exploring the action genre. Only one side will win and only one hero will emerge as the greatest kung-fu master of all. Upon first viewing the trailer, I thought we would have another Kung Pow: Enter The Fist on our hands but, boy, was I wrong.
One day, two troublemakers, Sing and Bone, come to the alley impersonating members of the Axe Gang in order to gain respect. Stephen Chow truly understands kung-fu, in my opinion, and it a sure thing that he crazies about it. Kung Fu Hustle is a 2004 Hong Kong action comedy film. On our website you will find original and dubbed audio tracks for many films in different languages, which can be downloaded for free. The cartoon style of the film, accompanied by traditional Chinese music, is often cited as its most striking feature. After he has fully recovered, he rejoins Bone, but is unable to explain his mysterious healing.
It would be a good background movie for a party or poker game which could catch your eye at any moment and still hold your attention. In 1994 Chow co-directed Love on Delivery and since then a number of other self starring projects and many of these projects are considered the best of his acting career. So everything seems great, right? Actually not everything works and is not at all Chow's best film. He stumbles into a slum ruled by eccentric landlords who turns out to be the greatest kung-fu masters in disguise. Its not hilarious, but also a visual feast. Who would've thought you could top Shaolin Soccer? I was entertained throughout and even though I was dead tired when I saw it in the theater, it held my interest all the way to the end.
Dong Zhihua as Donut, a baker in Pig Sty Alley. A master of blending both comedy and visceral action with artistic integrity and traditional melodrama. He specialises in the art of Hung Ga Iron Fist Kung fu, and he fights with iron rings on his arms. In general, it's a movie which puts tribute to all the Kung Fu Movie. At the time of publication all links to file sharing were in working condition, but unfortunately, the files are not stored there forever. There are many pop culture references in there like reservoir dogs and the matrix.
Turmoil grips Shanghai in the 1940s. His arrogance causes a war to break out between a poor housing complex that secretly holds a number hidden talents and the murderous axe gang. Caught the world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and the entire theater laughed until they cried. Even the jokes with the subtitles came across as funny, and from my experience, humor does not translate as easily as this movie would have you believe. Kung Fu Hustle not only reminds us of Chow's terrific comedic timing, it introduces us to his stunning visual eye and exhilarating action direction. He doesn't make as many dirty jokes as usual, but you can really learn his philosophy through this two-hours movie and have a very good laugh at the same time. Various gangs vie for power, the most feared of which is The Axe Gang, led by the infamous Brother Sum and aptly named after its weapon of choice.
Three cheers for Chow Sing Chi! Do you want to change the voice acting of the film? I saw this movie at the Toronto filmfest and I have to say I loved it, I really didn't know what to expect as I didn't know the director and had only really seen some pretty bad kung fu many years before. The site presents audio tracks in English, Ukrainian, Russian, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Spanish languages. He stumbles into a slum ruled by eccentric landlords who turns out to be the greatest kung-fu masters in disguise. Lam Suet and Liang Hsiao as high-ranking members of the Axe Gang Yuen Cheung-yan as the Beggar, the man who sold Sing the Buddhist Palm manual Feng Xiaogang as the leader of the Crocodile Gang. When the scene is funny you appreciate the comedy, when it switches gears to action you are blown away by the terrific sequences, when it switches to melodrama you are on the edge of your seat awaiting character responses, and when they're all fused together you do exactly what Chow is hoping you'll do.