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Kung Fu Hustle
  • R
  • 1h 39m
  • 2005
Certified Fresh90%
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Stephen Chow (director and star of Shaolin Soccer) is at it again with his newest action-packed and comedic martial-arts adventure, Kung Fu Hustle. From wildly imaginative kung fu showdowns to dance sequences featuring tuxedoed mobsters, you've never seen action this outrageous and characters this zany! With jaw-dropping fight sequences by Yuen Wo Ping (famed action choreographer of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and The Matrix), Kung Fu Hustle will blow you away! In a town ruled by the Axe Gang, Sing (Stephen Chow) desperately wants to become a member. He stumbles into a slum ruled by eccentric landlords who turn out to be kung fu masters in disguise. Sing's actions eventually cause the Axe Gang and the slumlords to engage in an explosive kung fu battle. Only one side will win and only one hero will emerge as the greatest kung fu master of all.
© 2004 Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia Limited. All Rights Reserved.

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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Certified Fresh90%
Critics Consensus: Kung Fu Hustle blends special effects, martial arts, and the Looney Toons to hilarious effect.
Reviews
Entertainment Weekly
Fresh

June 21, 2017
New York Magazine/Vulture
Ken Tucker
Fresh

Chow's movie may seem nutty on the surface, but its slyness, its dreamy unfolding of so many moods...

January 29, 2019
AV Club
Tasha Robinson
Fresh

A film where special effects erase physics and the constraints of the human body, there's absolute...

January 29, 2019
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Rowdy martial arts comedy. Older teens and up.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this film includes extravagant violence, mostly cartoonish and stylized (martial arts wirework and digitally enhanced). The characters range from naïve romantics to hardcore hired killers, the tone is wildly comic and often charming, as the film pays homage to previous martial arts films. The good guys not only win, but also encourage the villain to rethink his evil ways.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Action, Adventure, Martial Arts, Cult, Satire & Spoof
  • Release Date:April 22, 2005
  • Highest Available for Purchase:HD

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