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Kung Fu Hustle

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  • Kung Fu Hustle

    Very crazy movie - well worth seeing.
    Batman: It's a low neighborhood, full of rumpots. They're used to curious sights, which they attribute to alcoholic delusions.

    Robin: Gosh, drink is sure a filthy thing, isn't it? I'd rather be dead than unable to trust my own eyes!

  • #2
    I loved this movie. It didnt take it self to seriously and still managed to be action packed HK cinema.


    • #3
      They've just started showing the trailer for this film at our cinema, and the newspaper reviews are raving about it. It does look very funny, and I always like seeing action stretched to the point of absurdity. In many ways I'm reminded of the superhero comics I used to read as a child. They were much stranger and funnier than the big name brooders who get the deja vu movie adaptations. What price a Mister Miracle movie?
      "That which does not kill us, makes us stranger." - Trevor Goodchild


      • #4
        :D Excellent film!

        The Kung-Fu is just beautiful to watch, particularly the drunken style practised by Yuen Wah (the landlord) and the Hung-Ga Kung-Fu of Chiu Chi Ling (the tailor)

        Great to see those old names again

        If you don't know your Wing-tchun from your Si-lum then its still a great movie, very, very funny.

        Watch it, and if you've already seen it, watch it again! ;)
        \"It got worse. He needed something to cure himself. What? he asked. M-A 19 he answered.\"


        • #5
          I loved Kung Fu Hustle. Have any of you seen Shoalin Soccer? It's with the wonderful Steven Chow.. That guy is a comic master so much humor wraped-up in all the movies he does.